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  • Effects of US-China Trade War to Emerge Next Year, High Inventory will Delay Price Recovery
    07-24-2014 / Corrine Lin
    PV manufacturers are now on their toes anticipating the preliminary verdict for product dumping announcement by the end of July. Prices within the PV supply chain continue to drop due to low season and weak demand in China and Japan. Among all, Taiwan’s cell prices have declined significantly. [ more ]
  • China smartphone brand awareness increasing in China; Apple still holds top spot
    07-24-2014 / TrendForce
    The global smartphone market is slowing down and entering a mature period where growth will be limited. Mature markets such as Europe and North America in particular are expected to see smartphone growth in the single digits. Amid an increasingly competitive smartphone market in China growth is expected to be more noticeable, vendors such as Xiaomi, Huawei and Lenovo have nevertheless gained a strong market share in the lower-priced smartphone segment. [ more ]
  • TrendForce: Acer surpasses Samsung to hold top spot in Chromebook shipments during 2Q14
    07-21-2014 / Caroline Chen
    Chromebook shipments reached 1.8 million in the second quarter of 2014, and Acer held the number one spot in shipments with a 30% market, surpassing Samsung Electronics for the first time, according to WitsView, a subsidiary of Taiwan-based TrendForce. [ more ]
  • TrendForce: Kingston Technology Leads the DRAM Module Industry in 2013; Micron Group treading near ADATA and Ramaxel
    07-18-2014 / Ken Kuo
    2013 PC DRAM global module market revenues arrived at US$ 7.3 billion, a 32% YoY increase from 2012’s $US 5.5 billion, according to DRAMeXchange, the memory and storage research division of TrendForce. The main factors leading to the revenue growth included price increases for PC DRAM, increased spot market demand, and the rising proportion of contract market transactions. [ more ]
  • PV Wafer and Module Price Quotes Continue to Drop due to Strong Price Competition between Makers
    07-17-2014 / Arthur Hsu
    PV manufacturers are still conservative about market demand even though the result of the US-China anti-dumping preliminary verdict will be announced soon. These circumstances have led to weak demand in July and slow stock clearance have led to high inventory levels within the overall supply chain. Recent market prices have also substantially declined and certain quotations even decreased below manufacturers’ breakeven point, which in turn led to lowest OEM prices in recent times, according to EnergyTrend, a subsidiary of Taiwan-based market intelligence firm TrendForce. [ more ]
  • TrendForce: Global large-size panel shipments increase 3.4% in June; Korean makers surpass Taiwanese makers in 4K TV panel share
    07-17-2014 / Jeffy Chen
    Global shipments of large-size panels reached 71.78 million in June 2014, up 3.4% on month. TV panel shipments reached 20.95 million, up 0.6% on month, while LCD monitor panels slipped 1.4% to 13.48 million largely as increased demand for TV products pushed down demand for monitors. Notebook panel shipments meanwhile reached 16.29 million, down 3% on month, and tablet panel shipments reached 21.05 million, up 16.2% on month, according to WitsView, a subsidiary of Taiwan-based market intelligence firm TrendForce. [ more ]
  • Demand Uncertainty in July Adds Pressure on Wafer Makers
    07-10-2014 / Arthur Hsu
    Impacted by the US-China trade war, PV cell manufacturers’ utilization rates continued to drop in June, and thus affected manufacturers’ sales performances, according to EnergyTrend. [ more ]
  • Memory Storage Industry to See Growth amid Increased Smartphone demand
    07-09-2014 / TrendForce
    The memory storage industry is expected to see overall growth in the second half of this year driven primarily by smartphone demand. As this occurs, commodity DRAM capacity will be tight, which is expected to remain unchanged in the short term. This will bring increased demand for server as well as mobile DRAM during the second half of the year, and DRAM vendors as a result are likely to report record-high profits. In terms of the NAND Flash market, the market is expected to turn from oversupply in the first half of the year into balanced supply during the second half, as OEM and module customer demand strengthens. All of these factors will push up pricing in the industry during the second half as a result, according to DRAMeXchange, a subsidiary of Taiwan-based market intelligence firm TrendForce. [ more ]