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Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Industry News
With memory prices and profit up it also creates shortage of telents 8/16/2017
Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix are looking to hire experienced workers, but also high school graduates. On the company’s recruitment website, Samsung Electronics recently posted a hiring notice for experienced workers to join the company’s memory chip businesses at its device solution department.
Special clause to allow Samsung Life Insurance Co. to sell off it's Samsung shares 8/16/2017
Revised bill of the Insurance Business Act proposed last year requires insurance companies to change the standard of asset management rates from acquisition costs to market prices and sell their stocks by lots within five years.
Qualcomm responded to SEC probe on dispute with Apple 8/16/2017
Apple and Qualcomm are locked in a sprawling legal battle, with the iPad maker objecting to Qualcomm's business model of requiring customers to sign patent license agreements before buying chips.
California court grant injunctions for WD to access Toshiba data base 8/16/2017
Tosiba had previously witheld early production parts of the new 96-layer NAND flash memories from WD.
ChipMOS finds market on display driver packaging 8/15/2017
Customers are benefiting from a recovery in demand for small displays used in smartphones, as most handset vendors have completed new designs by adding extra features, such as slim-barrel screens, or OLED displays.
China appoints provincial government to watch over Apple cloud center 8/15/2017
China has started to police the Internet more closely and introduced a new cyber security law on June 1 that imposes tougher controls over data than in Europe and the United States, including mandating that companies store all data within China and pass security reviews.
DRAM Q3 contract prices up 8/15/2017
Contract prices for PC DRAM modules rose nearly 40% sequentially to US$24 in the first quarter of 2017, and grew another 10% to US$27 in the second quarter. Prices for July alone increased 4.6% on month.
Toshiba's preferred bidder might have on time cash problem 8/15/2017
Toshiba Corp.’s talks to sell its chips business to a consortium led by Bain Capital hit an impasse over the timing of payments for the business and governance issues, casting doubt on the company’s ability to complete a deal quickly.
Using NFC on your phone as smartkey for your car 8/14/2017
To prevent the risk of smartkey hacking, South Korean automotive supplier Hyundai Mobis has developed an integrated smartkey system where a user installs an app on an NFC-supported smartphone and utilises it as a smartkey for their vehicle.
ChipMos hit temporal weakness on backend order 8/14/2017
Clients scaled back orders due to flagging smartphone demand in China and fewer orders from a major commodity DRAM client.
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