Strong demand for inspection systems lifts Vitrox earnings
KUALA LUMPUR: Vitrox Corp Bhd, a maker of test equipment for the semiconductor industry, says strong demand for automated board inspection (ABI) machines boosted its earnings in the first quarter ended March 31.
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 19): The FBM KLCI lost 0.52% at mid-morning today, tracking losses at the regional markets.
At 10am, the FBM KLCI fell 8.98 points to 1,729.03.
Losers led gainers by 364 to 138, while 232 counters traded unchanged. Volume was 432.34 million shares valued at RM240.59 million.
The losers included British American Tobacco (M) Bhd, Nestle (M) Bhd, KESM Industries Bhd, Petronas Gas Bhd, Malaysian Pacific Industries Bhd, Latitude Tree Holdings Bhd, Hong Leong Financial Group Bhd, Far East Holdings Bhd and ViTrox Corp Bhd.
Apple is already a powerhouse when it comes to designing processors for its phones. Now, it’s also reportedly working on chips for its computers, which will feature in Macs by 2020. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that Apple will launch MacBooks with a chip designed in-house, two years from now. He added that by 2023, the company would also have a processor ready for its car project. Apple’s trusted manufacturer, TSMC, because of its “superior design and capabilities.” He also noted that the Taiwanese company will soon be an exclusive supplier for iPhone processors, swallowing up Samsung’s share of the job. Kuo believes… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple