Software, big data
  • Wistron cooperates with AppWorks to start an accelerator program
    Wistron has partnered with AppWorks to activate an accelerator program, aiming to recruit startups particularly from the AI, cloud computing and cyber security industries.
  • An autonomous electric shuttle bus is on trial run on urban roads
    Taiwan has started testing self-driving vehicles on open roads, accrding to the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA).
  • eCloudvalley to partners with software developers to push into the digital transformation business
    Taiwan-based AWS Premier Consulting Partner eCloudvalley has formed strategic alliance with software solution providers such as Salesforce, SAP, Oracle and National Instruments (NI) to beef up digital transformation business in 2021.
  • SiriuXense CEO Tsai Fu-ji (left) poses with the medical patch used to monitor fetal conditions
    SiriuXense has developed a medical patch equipped with physiological sensors to monitor fetal heart rates, movements and ECG (electrocardiogram) during pregnancy, according to Tsai Fu-ji, CEO of the startup.
  • (from left) PTC Taiwan president Anthony Weng, Delta Electronics president and COO Simon Chang, FET
    Power supply maker and energy management solution provider Delta Electronics has upgraded a plant in Taiwan to a smart factory based on 5G private network through cooperation with Far EasTone Telecommunications (FET), Microsoft and PTC, according to Delta.
  • a
    Taiwan's Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) is looking to establish an IoV R&D and certification center in a bid to boost development and application.
  • tsmc
    The current short supply of semiconductor fab capacity is not normal, as the overall capacity should be more than enough to satisfy all demand in normal times, according TSMC chairman Mark Liu, who describes as "economically unrealistic"...
  • dell
    The pandemic has been accelerating digital transformation at enterprises and industries worldwide with over 65% of global GDP estimated to come from digital products and services in 2022, and many sectors including healthcare, catering, manufacturing and retail are fast creating brand-new digital business...
  • eCloudvalley expects robust orders for 2021
    Taiwan-based AWS Premier Consulting Partner eCloudvalley expects robust growth for its sales in 2021.
  • Yau-hwang Kuo, future minister of digital development
    Taiwan's cabinet has decided to establish a ministry of digital development in 2022 to accelerate the country's digital transformation, promote digital economy and improve information and communications security, according to minister without portfolio Yau-hwang Kuo .
  • Tencent enjoyed revenue increases in 4Q20
    China-based Tencent Holdings has released fourth-quarter 2020 financial results, with consolidated revenues reaching CNY133.669 billion (US$20.486 billion), growing 26.38% on year.
  • airpods
    Apply's supply chain has started production for next-generation AirPods. Backend service supplier ASE Technology is packaging and testing optical sensors for new AirPods expected to launch in third-quarter 2021. Amid serious shortages...
  • About 200 members of the MIH Alliance gather for the first time
    The MIH Alliance gathered together about 200 members to attend the first meeting in Taipei on March 25 since the Foxconn-founded electric vehicle development platform was launched in October 2020.
  • WiAdvance president Michael Hsia
    WiAdvance, a subsidiary of Wistron, is looking to start expanding its presence in the 5G and AIoT solutions markets in Southeast Asia in 2022, according to company president Michael Hsia.
  • Lytica chairman Ken Bradley
    How much should one pay for a chip or a component? Lytica, a Canadian supply-chain pricing analytics company, has the answer. Founded by former Nortel chief procurement officer Ken Bradley, who, like many others in the IT industry, was once bemused by component pricing, Lytica is transforming itself...
  • tsmc
    Third-party foundries will continue to play an important role in Intel's freshly unveiled IDM 2.0 strategy. TSMC is currently a major contract chipmaker for the US chip giant, and is expected to remain so in the foreseeable future. Chip...
  • th tung
    A total of 25 companies in Taiwan have newly formed a 5G Smart Pole Standard Promotion Alliance, aiming to draft technological standards and tap huge smart-city business opportunities worldwide.
  • Acer showcases many new smart city innovations at SCSE 2021
    The Acer Group via its four affiliates - AOpen, Acer Being Communication, Acer ITS and Altos Computing - is eyeing the business opportunities from smart city development particularly applications for buildings, traffic and water resource management, according to AOpen president Dale Tsai.
  • Qualcomm invites Taiwanese startups to join QAN
    Taiwan-based QT Medical and Lubn Taiwan have joined Qualcomm Advantage Network (QAN), with both participating in Qualcomm's Smart Cities Accelerator Program and focusing on developing IoT innovations.
  • (from right) General Manager Ken Sun for Microsoft Taiwan,
    Microsoft, Chunghwa Telecom (CHT) and Teco Electric & Machinery will cooperate to promote Industry 4.0 in Taiwan by integrating Microsoft's cloud computing technology and services, CHT's ICT capability and Teco' strength in electromechanics to develop smart solutions in line with fast growing application...
  • tencent
    PatSnap, a Singaporean provider of innovation intelligence, has announced it has secured US$300 million in Series E funding, led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2 and Tencent Investment with participation from CPE Industrial Fund and existing investors Sequoia China, Shun Wei Capital, and Vertex Ventures.
  • Demand for POS and kiosk will benefit Posiflex's revenues in 2021
    Own-brand POS (point of sale/service) device and kiosk maker Posiflex Technology has obtained orders for Bitcoin ATMs (automated teller machines) and will gradually ship these machines beginning the second quarter of 2021, according to industry sources.
  • Foxtron Vehicle Technologies vice chairman Tso Chi-sen (left) and president Andy Lee
    Foxtron Vehicle Technologies has signed a MoU with Japan-based motor maker Nidec for cooperation to facilitate development of electric vehicles (EVs) via MIH, an open hardware/software-integrated platform for developing EVs, according to Foxtron president Andy Lee.
  • POS devices developed by Flytech Technology
    POS (point of sale/service) device maker Flytech Technology has launched the in-house-developed cloud computing-based UEM (unified end-point management) solution to tap the IoT market under its Inefi brand.
  • Cisco to establish a DevNet center in Taiwan
    Cisco Taiwan has set up a DevNet center for information security training at a startup park in northern Taiwan.

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