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Acer Reports Its Q1 2018 Revenues of NT$54.8 Billion, Grows 3.52% YoY

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Taiwan Commences Operation of First Peta-Level Supercomputer “Taiwania”

TAIPEI, Taiwan - Taiwan’s National Applied Research Laboratories (NARLabs) on May 8 announced that a new-generation Peta-level super high-speed computing mainframe entitled “Taiwania” had begun operations and will provide Taiwan with important high speed computing for use in advanced research...

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PowerTRAC Delivers Complete Control to EEC Power Source Users

TAIPEI, Taiwan - Extech Electronics Co. (EEC) puts control in the hands of power source users with the release of PowerTRAC. PowerTRAC is designed for ease use, effortlessly configuring power source settings for optimal performance...

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TMTS to Highlight Smart Machinery in Taiwan

TAICHUNG, Taiwan - Taiwan International Machine Tool Show (TMTS), hosted by TMBA, held biennially and this year it will be on a large scale in Taichung from November 7th to 11th, 2018. The show’s chosen motto is “Manufacture Linking • Activate the Future"...

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CMOS Image Sensor Sales Stay on Record-Breaking Pace, IC Insights Says

The spread of digital camera applications in vehicles, machine vision, human recognition and security systems, as well as for more powerful camera phones will drive CMOS image sensor sales to an eighth straight record-high level this year with worldwide revenues growing 10% to $13...

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Mini LED May Have a Chance to Compete with OLED in Large-size TV and High-end IT Products

According to TrendForce (WitsView)’s latest report New Display Technology Cost Analysis, some manufacturers have focused on the development of Mini LED, expecting it to become a transitional product before Micro LED is ready for mass production...

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Delta to Establish Robotics R&D Headquarters in Taiwan to Lock Down Smart Robot Arm

TAIPEI, Taiwan - Delta Electronics Inc. in an effort to expand their AI robot related industries will spend NT$1 billion over the next four years investing in Central Taiwan Science Park to establish a robotics R&D headquarters which will provide the industry with smart manufacturing solutions which are centered around robot arms...

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