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Global DRAM output value grows for fifth consecutive quarter, says DRAMeXchange

Feb 12, 15:53

A fire at SK Hynix' China fab led to a reduction in the global DRAM output during the fourth quarter of 2013, causing memory prices to rise, and an about 5% sequential increase in...

Mobile DRAM contract prices fall on oversupply, says DRAMeXchange

Feb 11, 11:06

Contract prices for mobile DRAM memory fell 5-10% in January to reflect an oversupply in the market, according to DRAMeXchange.

Inotera January sales fall 11%

Feb 10, 16:21

Inotera Memories saw its January sales decrease about 11% on month, due mainly to its revised pricing model with Micron Technology.

Digitimes Research: Global bit demand for standard DRAM to grow 9.7% in 2014

Feb 5, 12:14

Global demand for PC-use standard DRAM in 2014 is estimated at 1.795 billion GB, increasing 9.7% on year, according to Digitimes Research.

Inotera posts EPS of NT$3.66 in 2013

Jan 28, 21:48

Memory product maker Inotera Memories has reported revenues of NT$58.99 billion (US$1.94 billion), net profits of NT$212 million and an EPS of NT$3.66 for 2013.

SK Hynix 4Q13 profits fall from record 3Q

Jan 28, 11:52

Memory chipmaker SK Hynix has reported operating profits of KRW785 billion (US$727 million) for the fourth quarter of 2013, down 33% from the record of KRW1.16 billion in the previous...

DRAM contract prices fall in 1H January, says DRAMeXchange

Jan 16, 22:00

Contract prices for DRAM memory have started to fall as tight supply is gradually easing, according to DRAMeXchange.

DRAM supplies to remain tight through 2014

Jan 15, 11:15

The supply of commodity DRAM for PCs is expected to remain tight through the entire year of 2014, despite reports indicating that SK Hynix has resumed wafer start production at its...

Though SK Hynix has gradually resumed production from its fire-hit fab, the facility is suffering p

Adata sees increased December revenues

Jan 8, 21:00

Memory module maker Adata on January 8 reported consolidated revenues of NT$2.893 billion (US$96.4 million) for December, rising 11.16% on month and 10.71% on year, according to the...

Micron posts profits on higher sales in fiscal 1Q14

Jan 8, 14:01

Micron Technology swung to net profits of US$358 million in the quarter ended November 28, 2013, from losses of US$275 million a year earlier, with sales soaring 120% on year to US$4.04...

Micron renews DRAM pricing at Inotera

Jan 8, 11:38

Micron Technology and Formosa Plastics Group (the parent company of Inotera Memories) have recently renewed pricing for the purchase of DRAM chips from Inotera with the new prices...

ASE, Micron rumored to set up joint venture fab in China

Jan 7, 11:34

Rumors have circulated in the industry that IC packager Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE) and memory chipmaker Micron Technology will set up a joint venture fab in Xi'an, China...

Supply of specialty DRAM falls short of demand

Jan 7, 10:51

The global supply of specialty DRAM chips has fallen short of demand, due to SK Hynix' reduced output for the memory coupled with a pick-up in demand for industrial PCs, servers as...

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Inotera profits soar in 4Q13

Jan 6, 22:32

Inotera Memories generated earnings of as high as NT$4-4.5 billion (US$133-150 million) in December alone, market observers have estimated. Profits for the fourth quarter of 2013...

Nanya signs NT$12 billion syndicated loan

Newswatch - Jan 3, 11:10

Nanya Technology has signed a NT$12 billion (US$400 million) syndicated loan agreement with 14 local banks in Taiwan, according to the memory chipmaker.

DRAM supply to remain tight through 1Q14, says Adata chairman

Jan 2, 15:46

The global supply of DRAM will stay tight through the first quarter of 2014, due to SK Hynix' continued production shortfalls, according to Simon Chen, chairman and CEO of memory...

Inotera to raise funding

Dec 20, 10:34

Inotera Memories plans to raise capital through issuing up to 450 million new shares for open sale on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) or by floating GDRs. The funding will be used...

DRAM contract prices continue growth on tight supplies, says DRAMeXchange

Dec 19, 16:00

Contract prices for DRAM memory rose about 3% in the first half of December, with quotes for 4GB DDR3 modules up 3% to US$34, according to DRAMeXchange. The price rally reflected...

Micron collaborates with Broadcom to solve DRAM timing challenge

Dec 18, 11:21

Micron Technology has announced its collaboration with Broadcom to develop the industry's first solution designed for customers challenged by an intrinsic DDR3 timing parameter called...

Nanya optimistic about 1Q14

Dec 17, 10:53

Taiwan-based DRAM chipmaker Nanya Technology, which has shifted its focus to specialty DRAM and other niche-market memory chips, has revealed that the company is already in negotiations...

Mobile DRAM to become mainstream in 2014, says DRAMeXchange

Dec 16, 14:48

The expanding market for mobile devices including smartphones and tablets have encouraged the world's major DRAM chipmakers to shift their attention to mobile DRAM resulting in an...

DRAM spot prices soar on strong demand

Dec 9, 15:01

DRAM spot prices have risen significantly with recent quotes soaring more than 5% on a single day, buoyed by a recent pull-in of short lead time orders from China's tablet market,...

Inotera, Nanya November sales rise on-year

Dec 6, 14:33

Taiwan-based DRAM maker Inotera Memories saw its November revenues soar 117.3% from a year ago while revenues at Nanya Technology grew 33.7% on year, according to financial data released...

Memory backend service firms likely to scale down capex for 2014

Dec 4, 15:08

Memory-IC backend service firms may cut back their capital expenditure budgets for 2014, due to low order visibility from DRAM clients, according to market observers.

Memory IC backend houses likely to cut their capex for 2014

Late November DRAM prices rise, says DRAMeXchange

Dec 3, 10:52

DRAM contract prices edged up in the second half of November, with prices for mainstream 4GB modules rising about 3% to US$33 on average, according to the latest data from DRAMeXch...

DRAM bit growth to decelerate, say sources

Dec 2, 21:46

Global DRAM bit production will grow only 25-30% in 2014, with the additional capacity to be driven only by chipmakers' technology transition, according to industry sources.

SK Hynix DRAM supply unable to meet demand, say sources

Dec 2, 11:55

SK Hynix' DRAM supply continues to be short of demand from its PC OEM clients, which have turned to other suppliers to keep safety stock on hand, according to industry sources.

Micron savors success in scaled-down DRAM market, says IHS

Nov 25, 10:19

Having emerged as one of the winners in the game of semiconductor survival that has characterized the memory market, US-based Micron Technology now is reaping the rewards with the...

DRAM contract prices to stay flat or drop slightly in 4Q13, says DRAMeXchange

Nov 22, 11:00

Average contract prices for 2GB and 4GB DDR3 modules stayed unchanged at US$17.75 and US$32, respectively, in the first half of November, according to DRAMeXchange. Prices for the...

Global 3Q13 mobile DRAM sales rise 14%, says DRAMeXchange

Nov 21, 15:51

Mobile DRAM revenues amounted to nearly US$3.3 billion in the third quarter of 2013, rising about 14% from US$2.89 billion in the prior quarter, according to DRAMeXchange.

Global 3Q13 DRAM output value rise 9%, says DRAMeXchange

Nov 14, 16:10

Worldwide DRAM output came to US$9.3 billion in value during third quarter of 2013, up 9% sequentially, according to DRAMeXchange. Samsung Electronics continued to lead the global...

SDRAM market to face oversupply on more available 12-inch wafer capacity

Nov 11, 16:03

With more 12-inch wafer foundries engaged in producing specialty DRAM products, an oversupply is likely to take place in the global SDRAM memory market during the fourth quarter of...

PC DRAM shortage to persist through 2Q14, says Adata

Nov 8, 11:09

Tight supply of PC DRAM chips is set to persist until the second quarter of 2014, which will sustain memory price stability, according to memory module firm Adata Technology.

Nanya, Inotera October sales surge

Nov 6, 14:46

Taiwan-based DRAM memory maker Nanya Technology saw its consolidated revenues surge 81.7% from a year earlier in October 2013, while revenues at Inotera Memories jumped 105.1% on...

Inotera likely to post net profits of over NT$10 billion in 4Q13

Nov 4, 21:56

DRAM maker Inotera Memories is expected to post net profits of over NT$10 billion (US$340 million) in the fourth quarter of 2013, buoyed by tight supply of memory chips in the contract...

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