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Compal May Revenues Down 5% YoYJune 9, 2015 | Compal Electronics Inc.
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Taiwan-based EMS firm Compal Electronics Inc. has reported consolidated revenue of NT$ 64.545 billion ($2.075 billion at $1:NT$31.10) for May 2015, representing month-on-month growth of 4.7% but a year-on-year decline of 5.1%.
Year-to-date revenue reached NT$ 324.484 billion ($10.43 billion), up by 9.7% compared with the same period last year.
Zhen Ding Technology Holding Ltd, a Taiwan-based company engaged in the design, development, and manufacturing of printed circuit board (PCBs) including rigid PCBs, flex PCBs, HDIs, substrate-like PCBs (SLP), and rigid-flex PCBs, has posted sales of NT$13.78 billion ($429.15 million at $1:NT$32.12) for August 2023, up by 33.7% from the previous month. Year-on-year, the company’s August revenue was down by just 16.65%.
Fueled by an AI-driven inventory stocking frenzy across the supply chain, TrendForce reveals that Q2 revenue for the top 10 global IC design powerhouses soared to US $38.1 billion, marking a 12.5% quarterly increase.
Asia/Pacific spending on Artificial Intelligence (AI) ), including software, services, and hardware for AI-centric systems will grow to $78.4 billion in 2027, according to International Data Corporation's latest Worldwide Artificial Intelligence Spending Guide.
Nan Ya Printed Circuit Board Corp. (Nan Ya PCB), a manufacturer of single-sided PCBs, HDI PCBs, and rigid-flex PCBs based in Taiwan, has posted unaudited sales of NT$3.37 billion ($105.52 million at $1=NT$31.97) for August 2023, up by 1.2% from the previous month, but down by 41.4% year-on-year.
TrendForce’s latest research paints a vivid picture: Q2 saw the NAND Flash market still grappling with lackluster demand and being significantly outpaced by supply.