311 news items tagged Taipei
Mobo and graphics card makers likely to withdraw from Computex 2020Friday 8 May 2020
International vendors including Intel, AMD and Nvidia are unlikely to participate at Computex this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, prompting major motherboard and graphics card...
Nearly 95% of AmCham Taipei members satisfied with Taiwan diseases controlThursday 16 April 2020
Of the members of American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei (AmCham Taipei), 94.8% are satisfied with the Taiwan government's efforts to control the coronavirus pandemic, according to...
University developing AI detection of blood cancerTuesday 31 March 2020
A university research team has been developing AI-based analysis of general blood data to screen out phlebotomy cases with high risks for blood cancer.
GCE to see strong server board shipments in 1H20Monday 30 March 2020
Taiwan-based PCB maker Gold Circuit Electronics (GCE), with sever applications contributing 50% of revenues, is expected to see its sales for the first half of 2020 improve sharply...
Computex postponed to SeptemberWednesday 25 March 2020
The Computex Taipei 2020, originally slated for June, has been rescheduled to September 28-30 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Taiwan firms reportedly ask for Computex postponementMonday 23 March 2020
Many Taiwan-based high-tech companies reportedly has asked the organizers of Computex Taipei to postpone the annual tradeshow this year currently scheduled for June 2 to 5, citing...
TSMC tightens precautionary measures against coronavirusMonday 16 March 2020
TSMC has furthered tightened precautionary measures internally against the coronavirus, which has so far not affected its operations in Taiwan, according to the pure-play foundry.
China NOR flash industry output slowsWednesday 11 March 2020
The coronavirus outbreak is set to erode more than 10% of China's overall NOR flash memory output in 2020, according to industry sources.
Autonomous electric buses to be on trial in TaipeiWednesday 4 March 2020
The Taipei City Government, via cooperation with Turing Drive, will begin trial run of autonomous electric buses on a designated road in the city at midnight in May 2020.
Electronic-grade solvent demand looks promisingFriday 7 February 2020
Electronic-grade solvent demand from Taiwan's chipmaking industry is expected to be bullish, according to a supplier who is reportedly in TSMC's supply chain.
DSS to be used for enterprise applications for 5G in 2H20, says Digitimes ResearchFriday 7 February 2020
To improve 5G spectrum's usage efficiency, 3GPP has brought up several solutions with dynamic spectrum sharing (DSS) being one of the major technologies expected to be used when transitioning...
Taipei Exchange authorized to oversee STOFriday 31 January 2020
Taiwan's Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) has authorized Taipei Exchange (TPEx) to formulate Taipei Exchange Rules Governing the Operation by Securities Firms of the Business...
Compal expects non-notebook shipments to surge in 2020Friday 17 January 2020
Compal Electronics expects its notebook shipments to register only flat growth on year in 2020, but shipments of its non-notebook products such as wearables, smart home devices, automotive...
Taiwan needs to step up EDA development, says MOSTFriday 17 January 2020
Taiwan's Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) is urging the local industry and academy to devote more efforts to R&D on electronic design automation (EDA) to fill Taiwan's...
Wistron chairman expects stronger 2020Monday 13 January 2020
Wistron chairman Simon Lin expects the company's results in 2020 to be better than in 2019 because business re-organization last year brought limited change to the company's revenue...
EDA firm Ansys beefs up workorce in TaiwanMonday 13 January 2020
Ansys has increased its R&D workforce in Taiwan by 50% to support its local chipmaking partners, according to Roger Lee, company country manager for Taiwan.
HP eyeing bigger share in Taiwan notebook marketThursday 12 December 2019
Hewlett-Packard (HP) is looking to expand its share in Taiwan's notebook market in 2020 to a double-digit percentage, according to Wendy Wang, chairman of HP Taiwan.
XFail 2019 Conference to open in TaiwanWednesday 11 December 2019
XFail 2019 Conference, an occasion for entrepreneurs to share their experiences of failure to improve startups' chance of success, will open in Taipei on December 14.
Smart agriculture biotech solutions highlighted at Futex Taipei 2019Monday 9 December 2019
Driven by the application of sensors, AI, big data and IoT technologies, smart agriculture has developed rapidly in Taiwan, and a spate of latest smart agricultural solutions unveiled...
5G/Innovation Summit 2019 to be held in Taipei November 25Wednesday 20 November 2019
5G/Innovation Summit 2019, an event focusing on empowering innovation in the 5G era organized by Taipei City's Department of Economic Development with support from Digitimes, will...
High-end FPGA demand mounting for datacenter, 5G, AIoT applicationsTuesday 19 November 2019
High-end FPGA chips demand is mounting significantly for datacenter, 5G and AIoT applications, providing growth momentum for related wafer foundry, analysis and test players as well...
#AsiaRocks to open in Taipei to boost regional startup ecosystemsTuesday 12 November 2019
The #AsiaRocks, the first and only Asia-focused startup event, will open on November 13 for a three-day run in Taipei, aiming to help local and overseas startups expand their businesses...
Acer Cyber Security listed on Taipei ExchangeThursday 31 October 2019
Acer Cyber Security (ACSI), which provides SOC (security operations center) services, began trading on the Taipei Exchange (over-the-counter bourse) at an initial price of NT$55 (US$1.79)...
Gogoro launches GoShare in TaipeiTuesday 22 October 2019
Own-brand electric scooter maker Gogoro has launched GoShare services for sharing e-scooters on a rental basis in Taipei, according to GoShare director Henry Chiang.
Charging station standard crucial to Taiwan electric car market, says CharIN Asia headMonday 14 October 2019
The establishment of a charging station standard is necessary for a market to see broader adoption of electric cars, according to Jacques Borremans, head of Charging Interface Initiative...