France's Soitec Group, the world's largest supplier of engineered substrates for the microelectronics industry, has entered into an agreement to supply silicon-on-insulator substrates to
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company has signed a manufacturing agreement with the U.S. semiconductor company Integrated Device Technology to take over the latter's chip factory
Taiwan-based United Microelectronics Corporation has announced that its revenue in June 2009 increased by 1.6% year-on-year to NTD8.24 billion and its revenue in the
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation, one of China's largest semiconductor foundry, has announced the successful completion of its first 45-nanometer high performance yield lot.
According to reports in Taiwanese local media, Taiwan's economic agencies will begin in July 2009 to discuss possibilities to lift limits on Taiwanese companies'
According to the two major Taiwanese chip foundries, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company and United Microelectronics Corporation, both of the two companies' revenue decreased by