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Foundry Partners May Face Revision in 3Q20 Activation from the US Ban on Huawei that Impacts the Supply Chain


Wafer Foundries


As indicated by the survey of global market intelligence firm TrendForce, the Industry and Security Bureau of the US Department of Commerce announced...

Weakening Demand and High Inventory Could Impact Foundries’ Capacity Utilization Rates in 2H20


Wafer Foundries


TrendForce’s recent research on the global semiconductor foundry market finds that demand on the whole was relatively...

Summary of COVID-19’s Effects on Tech Industries


DRAM , NAND Flash , Wafer Foundries +21


As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to accelerate and cause damage to the global economy and consumers’ purchasing power, TrendForce has compiled its latest report on the statuses of key electronics component and downstream industries, with data last updated on March 26, 2020. The report provides a deep dive into the pandemic’s influences on several high-tech industries.

TSMC's 12-Inch UT Rate Has Fallen Under 90% as Global Economy Enters Downturn


Wafer Foundries


DRAMeXchange, a division of TrendForce, reports that the uncertain outlook for the global economy is starting to have an impact...

Japan Earthquake and Electrical Brownouts to Affect Silicon Wafer Supply and Glo


DRAM , Wafer Foundries


Based on the survey conducted by DRAMeXchange, a research division of TrendForce, due to Japan earthquake, Fukushima No. 1 power generator was shut down and caused a radiation leak, which led to an electric power cut in northeast Japan. Since March 14th, Japan started to enforce electrical brownouts among areas with less damage, and made electrical usage concerning transportation and daily life the first priority. There is still no definite time on when electricity will be restored in Miyagi and Fukushima, where the earthquake caused serious damage...

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