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  • TrendForce: EU mulling anti-circumvention measures on Asian countries solar exports
    10-31-2014 / Jason Huang
    Following the anti-dumping and countervailing measures imposed by the United States on Chinese and Taiwanese solar PV manufacturers, the European Union is now investigating other Asian countries for allegedly helping China violate the terms of a solar-export agreement it has with the EU, said Jason Huang, a research manager at EnergyTrend, a division of the Taiwan-based market intelligence firm TrendForce. [ more ]
  • TrendForce: Notebook shipments grow 7.2% in third quarter
    10-29-2014 / Caroline Chen
    Global notebook shipments reached 45.8 million units in the third quarter, an increase of 7.2% over the quarter ending in June and 4.2% over the same period last year, according to TrendForce. Among the top 7 notebook vendors, shipment growth was an exceptional 8.6%. Despite the strong performance of notebooks in the third quarter, TrendForce is concerned that that momentum will be unsustainable and shipments will decrease 3% to 5% in the fourth quarter. [ more ]
  • TrendForce: Tablet panel shipments hit historical high in September of 22.5 million
    10-28-2014 / Winnie Chen
    Tablet shipments grew 19.7% to hit a historical high of 22.5 million in September as vendors prepared to ship Apple’s updated iPad models in the fourth quarter, according to WitsView, a division of the Taiwan-based market intelligence firm TrendForce. Additionally, 21.5 million LCD TV panels were shipped in September, a 1.4% decrease on month. Monitor panel shipments were the same as in August at 13.36 million units. [ more ]
  • TrendForce: Solar manufacturers vie for control of nascent N-type mono cell market
    10-27-2014 / Corrine Lin
    Neo Solar Power’s (NSP) N-type bifacial monocrystalline cell, recognized for its high efficiency, was launched at the PV Taiwan 2014 exhibition in Taipei last week. Taiwan is a key player in the manufacturing of high-efficiency solar cells. [ more ]
  • TrendForce: LED packaging market to expand just 3.2% in 2015
    10-27-2014 / Roger Chu
    The LED packaging industry’s value is anticipated to only rise an estimated 3.2% on-year in 2015, from this year's US$14.6 billion to US$15 billion, according to the latest “Global LED package Industry Report” released by LEDinside, a division of Taiwan based market intelligence firm TrendForce. “With growth in the LED package market slowing and competitive pressure coming from China, the LED industry will face some major challenges next year,” said Roger Chu, research director at LEDinside. [ more ]
  • TrendForce: China’s Lighting E-commerce Market to Become Largest LED Distribution Channel
    10-22-2014 / Figo Wang
    China’s e-commerce market scale has reached US $445.1 billion in 2014, and fundamentally changed consumers’ daily habits. The emergence of the e-commerce industry, has made establishment of online shops a top priority for LED manufacturers, according to LEDinside, a research subsidiary of the Taipei-based market intelligence company TrendForce. [ more ]
  • TrendForce: iPhone 6 increases demand for NAND flash in smartphones
    10-22-2014 / Sean Yang
    iPhone shipments in 2014 increased to 188.1 million units, up 22% on year, as strong demand for the new large-screen iPhone 6 reversed a year of declining sales, according to DRAMeXchange, a division of the Taiwan-based market intelligence firm TrendForce. “The strong performance of the iPhone 6 reaffirms Apple’s leadership position among high-end smartphone vendors,” said Sean Yang, an assistant vice president at DRAMeXchange. [ more ]
  • Panel prices set to fall in fourth quarter, says TrendForce
    10-21-2014 / Eric Chiou
    In the fourth quarter of 2014, price trends for the TV and notebook panel segments will diverge. Despite lackluster sales during China’s week-long October National Day holiday, TV panel prices have continued to rise, but with notebook demand forecast to begin dropping off this month – it has been robust up to this point – and continue to fall throughout the fourth quarter, price growth in that segment will slow, according to WitsView. [ more ]