Winbond Electronics Corporation was established in September 1987 and became listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange in 1995. Winbond is headquartered in the Central Taiwan Science Park, where the company has a highly automated and intellectualized 12-inch wafer foundry.
Winbond is a specialty memory integrated circuit company, which provides its global clientele with total memory solutions from product design, R&D, and wafer fabrication to the marketing of brand name products, Winbond’s major product lines include Code Storage Flash Memory, Specialty DRAM and Mobile DRAM. The company is the only one in Taiwan able to independently develop DRAM and FLASH products. Its advantages lie in technological autonomy and prudent capacity strategies, which enable a highly flexible production system and can create synergy from product mixes to meet customers’ diverse demands while building the company’s brand image. Winbond’s products are used extensively in handheld devices, consumer electronics, and computer peripherals. The company also has a significant business presence in the product categories that have high entry thresholds requiring high quality such as automotive and industrial electronics.
Walsin Technology Corporation provides passive component solutions of reliable quality with its one-stop-shop product portfolio and worldwide rapid delivery platform. Incorporated in 1992, the company successfully went public in 10 years in 2001 through rapid growth by making good use of its industrial value chain for strategic alliancing while strengthening its core businesses. In 2020, the company had a capital of NT$4.858 billion, with 7,000 employees in Taiwan and overseas, 11 major manufacture sites in Japan, Mainland China, Malaysia, and Taiwan, and an international distributor and warehouse network to create added value for its international big-name customers. Its products include multi-layer integrated ceramic chips, chip resistors, radio frequency components, radio frequency antennas. disc capacitors, zinc oxide varistors, Inductors, protection components, and chip fuses, which amount to a significant market share that makes Walsin Technology Corporation the passive component leader in the Greater China region.
Established in 1989 in Taiwan, HannStar Board has business presence in Japan, Jiangyin in Mainland China, Malaysia, and Taoyuan in Taiwan. The company primarily manufactures and sells printed circuit boards from double layers to 26 layers for servers, network communication products, laptop and notebook computers, monitors, game consoles, set-top boxes, industrial computers, and enterprise information systems.
Its monthly capacity of printed circuit boards exceeds 10 million square foot, one of the highest in the world, and its market share in laptop and notebook computers is the highest, i.e., out of every 3 laptop or notebook computers around the world, there is one whose printed circuit board is supplied by HannStar Board . HannStar Board went public on the Taiwan OTC market in February 2001 and became listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange 2 years later (Code: 5469). Its capital in 2020 was NT5.25 billion.
Established in 1998 in Yangmei Township, Taoyuan County, HannStar Display produces TFT-LCDs primarily for laptop and notebook displays, desktop monitors, as well as networked appliances, audio/video devices, and even automotive electronics. Its capital in 2020 was NT$ 31.3 billion.
HannStar Display’s 5.3rd generation LCD plant in the Southern Taiwan Science Park utilizes a highly advanced manufacturing process to make LCD panels of different sizes. The company also has a plant in Nanjing for the final stage of assembling of liquid crystal modules and production of LCD screens for vertical integration of industry resources to strengthen competitiveness. HannStar Display’s capacitive touch panels are the best choice for computers, communications, and consumer electronics applications, and its capacity of touch sensors is the highest in the world.