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  • Growing Smartphone Demand Momentum Stabilizes 2Q14 Mobile DRAM Contract Price: TrendForce
    04-22-2014 / Avril Wu
    Global smartphone shipments reached 266.9 million units in 1Q14, due to the strong TD-LTE shipments from China. “At present, the market’s demand momentum is expected to persist into 2Q14 and help smartphone shipments grow by 6.7% QoQ,” said Avril Wu, Assistant Vice President and Analyst at DRAMeXchange. [ more ]
  • NAND Flash Contract Price Drops Slightly in First Half of April, says TrendForce
    04-22-2014 / Sean Yang
    The willingness to purchase NAND Flash components was relatively low in first half of April due to the module clients’ conservative attitude towards China’s May 1st Holiday sales performances and sufficient inventory levels, according to DRAMeXchange. [ more ]
  • NB Shipment Eases Decline and Seeks Growth in Slow-Season Q2, Says TrendForce
    04-22-2014 / Caroline Chen
    The NB shipment for Q1’14 reached 40.5 M units, declining 12% QoQ because of the traditional slow season and the inventory accumulated since Q4 last year that needed to be digested, according to the latest NB shipment survey by WitsView, the display research division of TrendForce. “As all brands roll out new models, the Q2 NB shipment seeks growth in the slow season and is likely to challenge higher-than-3% rise with the strategic distribution,” says Caroline Chen, Witsview’s Assistant Research Manager. [ more ]
  • 40W equiv. LED Bulb Prices Dropped in March, according to TrendForce
    04-21-2014 / Terri Wang
    Global 40W equiv LED bulb ASP dipped slightly by 1.3 percent in March to US $14.9, with price decrease most evident in China, according to LEDinside, a division of research organization Trendforce’s latest LED bulb retail findings for March 2014. ASP for 60W equiv LED bulbs did not fluctuate and remained at US $20.8. [ more ]
  • Inventory Adjustments Fuel LED Revenue Growth in Conventional Slack Season, says TrendForce
    04-17-2014 / Jack Kao
    Market listed Taiwanese manufacturers saw an upward trend in March revenue as the number of work days return to normal and inventory distribution channel adjustments concluded. March revenue grew 24.1% to NT $11.73 billion (US $389.3 million). [ more ]
  • Spec Shift in TV and IT Panels Brings Hopes to Prices for 2H’14, says TrendForce
    04-17-2014 / Burrell Liu
    The 32”-42” panel prices increase USD 1-3 and the 46”-55” panels show narrowed prices drops in April 2014, according to TrendForce panel research division WitsView’s latest mid-and large-sized panel shipment research report. The monitor panel capacity was still constrained, the 21.5” monitor panel saw a small increase USD 0.2, and the 24”W was affected by the capacity adjustment and order transfer of 23.6” W TN. The 23.6”W and 24”W TN panel prices will stay flat or rise by USD 0.3. The remaining main sizes of monitor panels will see unchanged prices. [ more ]
  • 2014 Global Smartphone Shipments Exceed Expectations: TrendForce
    04-17-2014 / Avril Wu
    Global smartphone shipments showed better than expected growth in 1Q14, rising 1.13% QoQ to 266.9 million units, according to TrendForce. “The Q1 momentum came mostly from the emerging market sectors and China,” noted Avril Wu, Assistant Vice President of TrendForce. “The Chinese smartphone manufacturers’ increased 4G smartphone production is key to the smartphone industry higher than anticipated Q1 growth.” [ more ]
  • PV Mono-Si Cell Demand May Increase Due to Bridged Price Gaps
    04-17-2014 / Arthur Hsu
    Impacted by recent market demand changes and narrowing price gaps, mono-si cell demand may increase in 2Q14, analyzed EnergyTrend, a research division of TrendForce. In regards to spot market, there is limited room for further price increases as further observations are required for supply and demand condition in 2Q. Thus, recent spot prices will continue to fluctuate. [ more ]