Taiwan's Quanta plans to move part of its production from China

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Notebook manufacturer Quanta Computer is planning to move part of its production from China to Southeast Asia to avoid U.S. tariffs targeting goods exported from China. ...

Taiwan has two supercomputers in the global Top 500

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Taiwan appeared twice on the global Top 500 of supercomputers, with the Taiwania and the Taiwania 2, the Liberty Times reported Wednesday (June 26). Veteran American co...

Taiwanese electronics firms mulling local production for U.S. market

Several major Taiwanese contract electronics manufacturers that have plants in China said recently that they are considering setting up production facilities in Taiwan to supply the United States mark...

Taiwan, EU to cooperate on smart factory, unmanned aerial vehicles in 5G era

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – A joint program between Taiwan and the European Union on 5G technology development will enter a new phase in 2019, with planned experiments on unmanned aerial vehicles and...

AI research platform powered by supercomputer Taiwania 2 to launch in June

TAIPEI (Taiwan Today) -- Artificial intelligence platform Taiwan Computing Cloud (TWCC) is set to officially commence services for academic and research projects in June, according to the National Cen...

Fresh U.S. tariffs will hurt China-based Taiwanese firms: think tank

Taiwanese companies in China that manufacture telecommunications devices and computers are likely to be hit hard in the escalating trade war between the United States and China, as such products are t...

2019 Taipei 5G Summit opens May 30

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- The 2019 Taipei 5G Summit will take place at the Taipei International Convention Center (TICC) May 30, bringing together experts from around the world to share their insights o...

Taiwan uses US-China trade war to bring 40 companies back home

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- Taiwan has been making the most of the U.S.-China trade war by successfully luring back 40 Taiwanese companies and is on a pace to quickly surpass its year-end a goal of 50 fir...

Chinese subsidies for leading Taiwan companies a bone of contention: Nikkei Asian Review

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Research by Nikkei Asian Review revealed that Taiwan electronics supplier Foxconn, the chairman of which has announced a bid to run for president, and media conglomerate W...

COMPUTEX returns to Taipei, brings attention to 5G, AI, IoT development

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – COMPUTEX Taipei 2019 is taking place at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center Hall and Taipei World Trade Center between May 28 and June 1, presenting a platform to showcase th...

Exclusive interview: UK Department of Trade Chief Scientific Adviser Michael Short

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The British mission to this year’s Smart Cities Summit & Expo (SCSE) was led by Dr. Michael Short, Chief Scientific Adviser for the U.K. government Department of...

Returning Taiwan firms bringing investments of NT$39.9 billion: MOEA

Several Taiwanese companies have applied to bring their overseas operations back home, attracted by a slew of government incentives, and their initial investments will total NT$39.9 billion (US$1.29 b...

Taiwanese factories moving to Taoyuan as China-US trade war heats up

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- As the trade war between the U.S. and China looks to continue to ramp up, Taiwanese tech companies are starting to pull out of China and shift production to the northern Taiwan...

Quanta ventures into next generation AI technology with plans to set up new lab in Taiwan

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Taiwan’s leading electronic hardware manufacturer Quanta Computer (廣達) announced plans to establish an artificial intelligence laboratory in Taiwan on Nov. 13, amid ...

Taiwania 2 ranked as 20th-most powerful supercomputer in world

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- Taiwania 2 has achieved a ranking of 20th in the world, the highest rating for a Taiwan-made supercomputer ever, announced the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) yesterd...