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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd. is principally engaged in the manufacture and sale of integrated circuits and semiconductor products. The Company is mainly engaged in the design and manufacture of integrated circuits and other semiconductor devices, the manufacture of masks, as well as packaging technology services. The Company's products include PCs and peripheral products, information applications, wired and wireless communication systems, automotive and industrial equipment, consumer electronics such as digital video disc players, digital TVs, game consoles and digital cameras. The Company is also engaged in the research, development, design, manufacture and sale of renewable energy, as well as energy-saving technologies and products. The Company distributes its products to the United States, Asia and Europe.
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Contract chipmaker GlobalFoundries sued larger rival and Apple supplier TSMC for patent infringement, seeking to stop imports into the United States and Germany of products made with the allegedly infringed technologies.
Contract chipmaker GlobalFoundries has sued larger rival Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC) for patent infringement, seeking to stop the defendant's customers including Apple from importing affected products to the United States and Germany.
Taiwan's TSMC forecast that robust demand for 5G chips will drive a stronger second-half even as it anticipates a dispute between Japan and South Korea involving chip-making materials to be a big source of uncertainty.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (TSMC) on Thursday said it expects a stronger half-year on 5G telecoms demand, and that a dispute over chip-making materials between Japan and South Korea is its most uncertain factor.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (TSMC) , the world's largest contract chipmaker, posted on Thursday a 7.6% fall in second-quarter net profit.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd :
* Nikkei reports TSMC confirms orders from Huawei have declined
TSMC, the world's biggest contract chipmaker, said on Thursday its shipments to China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd are not affected by U.S. action aimed at curbing the telecom equipment maker's access to American technology.
Taiwan's TSMC struck an upbeat note about the outlook for the depressed global chip market, betting that a rollout of faster 5G mobile network would buoy demand, even as it posted its steepest quarterly profit drop in more than seven years.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (TSMC),, the world's largest contract chipmaker, posted on Thursday a 31.6 percent fall in first-quarter net profit, amid fears of slowing demand for electronics denting its business.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (TSMC) cut full-year investment and forecast its sharpest quarterly revenue fall in a decade, joining a string of tech companies warning of a slowdown in global smartphone demand.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (TSMC),, the world's largest contract chipmaker, posted on Thursday a 0.7 percent rise in fourth-quarter net profit amid fears that sluggish demand for smartphones could hurt its bottom line.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC) <2330.TW> offered a modest fourth-quarter revenue growth outlook, predicting weaker sales of high-performance computers for cryptocurrency mining will partially offset solid demand for chips from smartphones.
* Q3 net profit in line with estimates, Q3 revenue up 1.9 pct
In late August, the new chairman of chip-making titan Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co <2330.TW>, Mark Liu, got the sort of news that would make any boss smile: his biggest competitor was throwing in the towel.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (TSMC), the world's largest contract chipmaker, said on Monday a computer virus outbreak at the company was the result of a mutated WannaCry ransomware attack and it was back in full production.
Shares of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Ltd fell more than 1.2 percent on Monday after the world's largest contract chipmaker and Apple Inc supplier said a computer virus outbreak will hit its third-quarter results.
A computer virus outbreak has hit third-quarter results at Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Ltd, the world's largest contract chipmaker, the company said on Sunday.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Ltd, the world's largest contract chipmaker, said on Saturday a number of its tools had been infected by a virus and the problem had been contained.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd cut its annual revenue and capital expenditure estimates on Thursday, as the world's largest contract chipmaker braces for slowing growth in the smartphone and cryptocurrency mining industries.
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