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About Sporton International

Sporton International provides electromagnetic compatibility and product safety testing services. The company also sells anti-electromagnetic components. It is based in New Taipei City,Taiwan.

Sporton International Headquarter Location

6F,No.106-B, Sec.1,Sintai 5th Rd Sijhih Dist

New Taipei City,

Taiwan

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Sporton International Patents

Sporton International has filed 2 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Computer network security
  • Electronic test equipment
  • Hardware testing
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10/26/2020

11/23/2021

Software testing, Electronic test equipment, Laboratory equipment, Hardware testing, Software testing tools

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10/26/2020

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11/23/2021

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Software testing, Electronic test equipment, Laboratory equipment, Hardware testing, Software testing tools

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Latest Sporton International News

Taiwan Business Quick Take

Feb 7, 2022

Taiwan Business Quick Take GDP to increase 4%: council Taiwan’s GDP is expected to grow 4 percent this year, the National Development Council said in a statement yesterday. The council predicted solid growth amid booming outbound shipments, a continuing global economic recovery, more resilient supply chains and the emergence of new technologies. It said that Taiwan’s exports could reach US$472.1 billion this year, up 6.14 percent from last year, and that private consumption would grow 5.36 percent this year. An investment program, which was launched in 2019 and late last year was extended to 2024, would help attract NT$900 billion (US$32.33 billion) in overseas Taiwanese capital back to the country and generate 40,000 job opportunities, the council said. However, several challenges still lie ahead for Taiwan this year, such as inflationary pressure, carbon reduction and the COVID-19 pandemic, the council said. MANUFACTURING Sinbon posts record revenue Connector and cable assembly manufacturer Sinbon Electronics Co (信邦電子) yesterday reported record revenue of NT$2.35 billion for last month, an increase of 11.44 percent from a year earlier and up 8.32 percent from the previous month. The company attributed the results to increasing demand for its products used in the automotive industry, medical and care devices, and industrial applications. The firm’s consolidated revenue totaled NT$2.35 billion last month, surpassing its record of NT$2.25 billion in November last year, Sinbon said in a news release. Cable assemblies contributed to 72.33 percent of the company’s total sales last month, while connectors and other components and accessories made up 27.67 percent, the company said. CHIP DESIGNERS Faraday revenue tops NT$1bn Faraday Technology Corp (智原), a fabless chip design service and silicon patent provider, yesterday said that its revenue for last month exceeded NT$1 billion for the first time in the company’s history, hitting a record high for the third month in a row. Consolidated revenue was NT$1.05 billion, up 12.55 percent month-on-month and 117.09 percent year-on-year, the company said in a statement. Faraday’s revenue mainly comes from its application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) solutions, non-recurring engineering services and silicon intellectual property business. Last month’s growth momentum benefited mainly from new ASIC solution projects, which should carry into this quarter despite the first quarter of the year being the low season, analysts said. TESTING SERVICES Sporton revenue hits record Sporton International Inc (耕興), which provides professional product testing and certification services, yesterday reported that its revenue continued to climb last month and was the highest in the company’s history. Consolidated revenue increased 1.9 percent month-on-month and rose 25.77 percent year-on-year to a record NT$420.1 million. The increase was due to robust product testing for different wearable devices, smart consumer electronics, telematics and remote healthcare systems that use 5G and Wi-Fi 6E technologies, analysts said. Sporton’s revenue for last year grew 22.94 percent year-on-year to NT$4.32 billion after revenue in the fourth quarter rose 18.11 percent to NT$1.11 billion, as markets continue to migrate to 5G technology, they said. The company would continue to post record revenues this year, buoyed by strong growth momentum, analysts said. Comments will be moderated. Keep comments relevant to the article. Remarks containing abusive and obscene language, personal attacks of any kind or promotion will be removed and the user banned. Final decision will be at the discretion of the Taipei Times.

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