"Seeing the PC industry suffering from stagnant demand, cooling module makers are aggressively lowering the contribution of their PC-related businesses and turning to focus on the cloud computing server, LED and game console industries, according to sources from the upstream supply chain. Taiwan-based cooling module maker TaiSol Electronics, which is set to be listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) in the near future, is set to focus on businesses such as LED light cooling modules for automobiles, smart card readers and metal chassis. Currently, 60% of TaiSol cooling modules supplied for cloud computing servers and 4G base stations. Meanwhile, Taiwan-based cooling module makers Chaun-Choung Technology (CCI) and Auras are both turning to focus on pushing the cloud computing server cooling module business. CCI has also recently entered the smartphone cooling industry with its ultra-thin heat pipes."
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