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Taiwan ICT industry Statistics



Source: MIC/lll, IDB[MyCS1105Project:1]


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The Global Market Share of Taiwan's PC Networking Products



Source MIC. December 2001[MyCS1105Project:2]






  1. The OEM order of NIC, WLAN, SOHO Router and Cable Modem products is
  2. stable and continuous. The global market share quickly rose to above 70%3.  The primary source of LAN product value come from WLAN? Switch? SOHO Router xDSLModem replaced Analog Modem to become the most important part  of WAN products.

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Taiwan ICT Hardware Industry Global Development


2001

 
Production Value: US$42,750 million



2002



Production Value: US$47,845 million

Source: MIC/III January 2003[MyCS1105Project:3]


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Taiwan is Global IPO One-Stop Shop


 Top 20 IPO Procurement from Taiwan


Source: OCIID / MOEA, Dec 2002[MyCS1105Project:4]


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The Taiwan IT Hardware Industry Shipment by Area 2001-2002


Total Global Shipment Value by Area in 2001

Total Production Value: US$42,75 Billion
 
 Total Global Shipment Value by Area in 2002

Total Production Value: US$47.845 Billion



Source: MIC. December 2002[MyCS1105Project:5]

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R&D Expenditure and Personnel in the ICT Industry, 1999-2004



Table 1

Source: Indicators of Science and Technology (Table 2-2-7), Republic of China, 2005 [MyCS1105Project:6]

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Summary

Institute For Information Industry(III) provides innovative software technologies and interoperability standards for Taiwan's ICT industry to aid in the development of Taiwan's R&D, interoperability standards and software industry by ensuring accessibility to the latest technologies by the industry[MyCS1105Project:7] .


III performs advanced software R&D and promulgates the use of new software technologies by the domestic ICT industries. For software and service industries, III's objective is to promote innovative approaches and nurture the development of strategic service industries; while for the hardware industry, III's focus is on aiding ICT companies in developing software components that provide added value to their products. To accomplish these aims, III promotes the use of technology transfers and joint development projects to reduce development costs and shorten development cycles. At the same time, it strives to spur growth of the domestic software industry by developing R&D advances that Taiwan companies can leverage[MyCS1105Project:8] .


R&D investments in high-tech manufacturing industry accounts for 70.6% of all R&D investment, higher than all other main countries; this rate was 50.1% in 1995. In R&D investment by high-tech industry, office, accounting & computing machinery is 20.8% and television & communication equipment 45.4%, which are related to ICT, account for 66.2% of the total[MyCS1105Project:9] .


Table 1 shows that the R&D investment of domestic industries mostly centres on the ICT industry; the proportion of ICT R&D expenditures to whole-enterprise innovation expenditure reached 70.3% in 2004. However, the density of R&D investment in Taiwan's high-tech manufacturing and ICT industries is relatively lower than other countries. This phenomenon may be related to the operational mode of Taiwan's ICT industry, mostly OEM/ODM; though the operational scale of ICT-relevant industries is quite large, innovation investment is still relatively low[MyCS1105Project:10] .


 References

  1. ^ The Taiwan ICT Industry Outlook - www.sofofa.cl/Biblioteca_archivos/Eventos/2003/11/28_PauloSSu.ppt
  2. ^ The Taiwan ICT Industry Outlook - www.sofofa.cl/Biblioteca_archivos/Eventos/2003/11/28_PauloSSu.ppt
  3. ^ The Taiwan ICT Industry Outlook - www.sofofa.cl/Biblioteca_archivos/Eventos/2003/11/28_PauloSSu.ppt
  4. ^ The Taiwan ICT Industry Outlook - www.sofofa.cl/Biblioteca_archivos/Eventos/2003/11/28_PauloSSu.ppt
  5. ^ The Taiwan ICT Industry Outlook - www.sofofa.cl/Biblioteca_archivos/Eventos/2003/11/28_PauloSSu.ppt
  6. ^ From "Nuts & Bolts" to "Bits & Bytes" - The Evolution of Taiwan ICT in a Global Knowledge-based Economy www.globelicsindia2006.org/Ting-Lin Lee.pdf
  7. ^ Institute For Information Industry http://www.iii.org.tw/english/research_development.asp
  8. ^ Institute For Information Industry http://www.iii.org.tw/english/research_development.asp
  9. ^ From "Nuts & Bolts" to "Bits & Bytes" - The Evolution of Taiwan ICT in a Global Knowledge-based Economy www.globelicsindia2006.org/Ting-Lin Lee.pdf
  10. ^ From "Nuts & Bolts" to "Bits & Bytes" - The Evolution of Taiwan ICT in a Global Knowledge-based Economy www.globelicsindia2006.org/Ting-Lin Lee.pdf

1 Comment

  1. Unknown User (u0802110)

    Nice work on the references for the summary.

    Same thing, need citations for the diagrams above. For those that are websites and can be hyperlinked, then do add it in. Otherwise if it's like publications or journals then its alright.