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iPhone 6 Plus to account for 60% of total iPhone 6 device shipments, say sources

Oct 3, 14:44

Sales of iPhone 6 Plus will be higher than expected, to account for 60% of total shipments of iPhone 6 devices, judging from recent shipments of analog ICs to the two iPhone 6 device...

Digitimes Research: Bit-growth of DRAM chips lower in 2014 on weak PC demand

Sep 2, 14:21

Although global notebook shipments are seeing less impact from tablets, PC shipments in the second half of 2014 are still expected to suffer an on-year drop, which will cause DRAM...

DRAM contract quotes rise 4.92% on average in 2H July, says DRAMeXchange

Newswatch - Aug 5, 14:41

Contract quotes for 4GB DDR3 modules averaged US$32 in the second half of July, a 4.92% increase compared to the same period a month ago, while the highest contract prices rose 6.45%...

Global DRAM module sales grow 32% to US$7.3 billion in 2013, says DRAMeXchange

Newswatch - Jul 18, 14:08

Global DRAM module sales totaled US$7.3 billion in 2013, up 32% from US$5.5 billion a year earlier, buoyed by rising standard DRAM chip prices, a booming spot market, and rising ratio...

Transcend, Adata post mixed results for June

Jul 9, 11:21

Memory module maker Transcend Information has reported revenues of NT$2.2 billion (US$73.56 million) for June, down 4% sequentially and 6.4% on year. For the first half of 2014, revenues...

Transcend January sales rise 15%

Feb 11, 11:08

Consolidated revenues at memory module manufacturer Transcend Information increased 15.1% sequentially to NT$2.44 billion (US$80.5 million) in January 2014, buoyed by brisk shipments...

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...

Taiwan PCB suppliers see little impact from SK Hynix China plant fire

Sep 6, 10:27

Tripod Technology and APCB both expect little impact from a recent fire at SK Hynix' China plant. PC DRAM is already in oversupply, the firms said.

Kingston continues to lead DRAM module sales, says DRAMeXchange

Aug 29, 21:23

Kingston Technology continued to dominate the dedicated DRAM module field in 2012, though the long-time market leader's sales were hit by falling chip prices and a shrinking spot...

Kingston to significantly reduce DRAM module outsourcing, says report

Newswatch - Aug 16, 15:46

Kingston Technology has adjusted its outsourcing strategy to cope with falling demand for DRAM modules, particularly those used for memory upgrades, according to a recent Chinese-language...

Second-tier memory module makers see 2Q13 profits shrink

Aug 15, 13:58

Memory module makers Silicon Power Computer and Communications, Apacer Electronics, and Panram International have reported reduced profits for the second quarter of 2013, while fellow...

Kingston reportedly cuts DRAM module prices amid sluggish demand

Aug 8, 11:24

Kingston Technology has reportedly lowered quotes for DRAM modules in response to stagnant demand. However, Kingston declined to comment.

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Transcend, Silicon Power June sales up over 20%

Jul 10, 15:04

Transcend Information and Silicon Power Computer & Communications, two Taiwan-based memory module manufacturers with less focus on DRAM modules, have reported more than 20% sequential...

Adata 2Q13 sales up 19%

Jul 9, 16:16

Memory module manufacturer Adata Technology has reported a 19.3% sequential increase in consolidated revenues for the second quarter of 2013, bucking seasonal trends.

Adata May sales up over 50%

Jun 6, 15:24

Consolidated revenues at memory module maker Adata Technology registered a 57% sequential increase in May 2013, hitting the highest monthly level in 30 months.

Adata May sales up on rising memory demand

Memory chips to fall far short of demand in 3Q13, says Adata chair

Jun 3, 15:32

Supply of DRAM chips will remain mostly tight in 2013, while the NAND flash market will face a shortage of supplies starting the second half of June, according to Simon Chen, chairman...

Adata chairman Simon Chen

Adata posts significant profit growth in 1Q13

May 16, 14:10

Memory module firm Adata Technology enjoyed significant profit growth in the first quarter thanks to a pull-in of customer orders and support from its chip partners.

Adata nets NT$3.20 per share for 1Q13

Taiwan DRAM module makers perform strongly in 1Q13

May 15, 22:30

All Taiwan-based DRAM module makers were operating with profits in the first quarter of 2013, with Adata Technology leading fellow companies with the highest EPS of NT$3.20 (US$0.11)...

Contract DRAM quotes rise 8% in 1H April, says DRAMeXchange

Apr 17, 21:36

Contract prices for 4GB DDR3 modules increased by 8% in the first half of April, with an average price of US$25.50 and a high of US$26, according to the latest data compiled by DRAMeXchange...

Transcend March sales hit 17-month high

Apr 11, 20:52

Memory module firm Transcend Information saw its consolidated revenues soar 24.1% on month and 17.9% from a year ago to an 17-month high of NT$2.62 billion (US$87 million) in March...

Adata March revenues hit 31-month high

Apr 9, 13:52

Consolidated revenues at Adata Technology hit a 31-month high in March 2013, buoyed by a pick-up in demand for DRAM modules and NAND flash devices, according to the company.

Adata net profits soar 760% in 2012

Newswatch - Mar 21, 14:07

DRAM module maker Adata Technology has reported net profits of NT$640 million (US$21.48 million) in 2012, an increase of 760% from a year earlier. The earnings translated into an...

DRAM module maker Adata posts decreased sales for February

Mar 5, 22:04

Adata Technology has reported consolidated revenues of NT$1.69 billion (US$56.77 million) for February, decreasing 36.3% on month and 30.7% on year. For the first two months of 2013,...

DRAM modules replacing portions of SSD demand, say Taiwan makers

Mar 4, 15:59

Some memory controller IC design houses have adopted DRAM modules as solutions to replace SSDs used in cloud computing systems, financial applications, medical services, and online...

Micron, TE Connectivity announce new reduced-height memory solution for ultra-thin market

Feb 8, 10:35

Micron Technology and TE Connectivity have jointly announced the availability of a single-sided SODIMM and a low-profile single-sided DDR3 SODIMM connector solution to take advantage...

Adata expects favorable DRAM prices for 2013

Feb 6, 12:33

The DRAM industry is set to become more consolidated in 2013 with solid fundamentals, which will help decrease the imbalance between supply and demand, according to memory module...

Contract DRAM quotes likely to surge again after Lunar New Year holidays

Feb 5, 21:59

Contract quotes for 4GB DDR3 modules are likely to surge another 10% after the Lunar New Year holidays from the current levels of around US$18, according to industry sources. Module...

DRAM contract prices set to continue rising

Jan 28, 21:01

With some DRAM vendors reportedly quoting their 4GB DDR3 modules at more than US$20, higher than the current contract price level, contract prices for commodity memory are set to...

Adata revenues up on rising DRAM prices

Jan 7, 21:52

Adata Technology's revenues for December 2012 registered a 14.75% sequential increase, as a recent rebound in chip prices buoyed sales of DRAM modules.

Samsung places DRAM module maker Transcend under direct account, say sources

Dec 24, 14:55

Samsung Electronics has placed Taiwan-based Transcend Information under its direct account list, revoking the distribution rights of its IC parts to the DRAM module maker assigned...

PQI to exit DRAM module business in 2013, says executive

Dec 7, 15:31

Power Quotient International (PQI) expects to completely phase out its DRAM module business in 2013, as part of the company's business transformation plan, according to Alan Chang,...

Adata November sales down 3.6%

Dec 7, 14:31

Memory module maker Adata Technology has announced that revenues for November 2012 decreased 3.6% sequentially and 20.2% from a year ago to NT$2.19 billion (US$75.3 million).

PQI shifts focus to wireless peripherals, accessories

Nov 23, 12:16

Power Quotient International (PQI) is set to reduce its exposure to the DRAM module market, and focus on the sale of wireless peripherals and accessories used in consumer technology...

DRAM prices have little room to fall further, says Kingston exec

Aug 20, 13:59

Prices for DRAM memory have fallen to exceptionally low levels, giving them little room to fall further, according to Scott Chen, VP of sales for Asia Pacific at Kingston Technology...

Scott Chen of Kingston Technology identifies demand-side weakness as key factor behind DRAM price f

Adata July revenues up 8.5%

Aug 8, 14:50

Memory module maker Adata Technology has announced revenues of NT$2.47 billion (US$82 million) for July 2012, up 8.5% sequentially. The figure was also the highest monthly level in...

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    Adata Premier Pro DRAM module

    Adata Technology has introduced its new Premier Pro DRAM modules designed for IT professionals. Adata said that the quality of the new Premier Pro modules are enhanced in two aspects...

    Photo: Company, Oct 13.

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    Patriot Memory G2 series, AMD Edition modules

    Patriot Memory has announced its new G2 series for the next-generation AMD 9-series platforms. Available at speeds of 1333 MHz to 1600 MHz, the Patriot Memory G2 series, AMD Edition...

    Photo: Company, Jun 21.

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    Computex 2011: Avexir Core series DRAM module

    Avexir Technology is showing Core series DRAM memory with enhanced performance monitor indicator at Computex 2011. By enhancing heat conductivity of the heat spreader and 2oz copper...

    Photo: Company, Jun 3.

  • Samsung+30nm+DDR4+DRAM

    Samsung 30nm DDR4 DRAM

    Samsung Electronics has completed development of what it calls the industry's first DDR4 DRAM module, using 30nm class process technology. The new DDR4 DRAM module can achieve data...

    Photo: Company, Jan 5.

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    Adata XPG Gaming Series DDR3-1333G

    Adata Technology has introduced its new XPG Gaming Series DDR3-1333G memory designed for gaming enthusiasts who adopt Intel X58, P55, H55 and H57 motherboards, and for HTPC applications...

    Photo: Company, Sep 1.

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