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Taiwan IC design houses reducing exposure in NAND flash controller market

Published on June 20, 2013, in Flash Controller.

DigiTimes reveals that as more NAND flash memory chips are designed into embedded applications, Taiwan-based IC design houses have shifted their attention away from the memory controller IC segment with some already diversifying their offerings to include solutions for non-memory products, and some looking to transform their core businesses, according to industry observers. Rising demand

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Demand for MicroSD Diminishing Says Phison

Published on March 15, 2013, in Cards.

Demand for flash-based microSD cards will drop significantly as feature phones are gradually losing ground to smartphones, which will result in a dwindling NAND flash memory controller market, according to Khein Seng Pua, chairman of Phison Electronics. Feature phones utilize mainly 4GB microSD cards – still a major market for NAND flash controller suppliers, said

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Update: Can UltraBook Sales See Year-End Rally?

Published on July 31, 2012, in Market Share, SSD, Ultrabook.

Intel still think so… With PC sales declining in favor of Smartphones and Tablets, the PC industry was looking at UltraBook to save them. UltraBook are said to be extremely thin and as powerful as a standard desktop, initially introduced by Apple with the launch of the MacBook Air in 2008. Seeing how well Apple was doing with its MacBook

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OCZ to Showcase Game-Changing SSD Solutions at Comoutex 2012

OCZ will showcase the Company’s latest enterprise and client storage solutions at Computex 2012 in Taipei, Taiwan June 6 through June 9 at the Taipei International Convention Center (TICC). Continuing to demonstrate leadership in both the enterprise and consumer markets, OCZ will display a comprehensive lineup of its innovative SSD products. For business, server, and OEM

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Sony to Launch IPod Touch Competitor in Taiwan

Sony on May 18 unveiled the Z1050, its first Android-based Walkman, to be available first in Taiwan on May 24th with a suggested retail price of 370 US$. Sony is working hard trying to revive the Walkman brand and regain its music player dominance, with Android above 50% market share in mobile phones the launch of IPod Touch like

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