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Feb 25th, 2014
KYEC enjoys brisk orders for CMOS image sensors, says report
Taiwan-based King Yuan Electronics (KYEC), which provides chip probing and final test services for LCD driver ICs and chip components used in mobile devices, has landed a pull-in of orders for CMOS image sensors, according to a Chinese-language Commercial Times report.
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KYEC has seen production capacity for CMOS image sensors run at full utilization, said the report, adding that the utilization rate is expected to remain at 100% through the third quarter of 2014. Rising orders for CMOS image sensors will buoy the backend house's sales performance starting March, the report noted.

OmniVision and Aptina reportedly are among KYEC's CMOS image sensor customers.

KYEC has issued a company filing with the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) declining to comment on the report, and any particular customers and orders.

KYEC reported net profits of NT$1.435 billion (US$47.3 million) on consolidated revenues of about NT$11 billion for the first three quarters of 2013, with profits and sales rising 26.1% and 2.1%, respectively, on year. Net EPS for the nine-month period came to NT$1.21.

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