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  • Last update: Tuesday 11 February 2014 [185 news items]

4GB DRAM contract prices going up

Feb 1, 11:47

Contract prices for 4GB DDR3 DRAM modules trended upward in the second half of January, benefiting suppliers who now have their newer 30nm-class chips.

DRAM module makers post sequential revenue gains in November

Dec 12, 15:38

Most DRAM module makers have posted sequential revenue gains in November, buoyed by increased shipments of NAND flash products, according to data released by the companies.

Adata reports strong SSD sales on demand for tablets, ultrabooks

Dec 6, 11:39

Memory module firm Adata Technology saw sales of its SSD product line continue to stay at high levels in November thanks to rising demand for tablet PCs and an influx of short lead-time...

Cloud computing enough to cover decrease in demand for DRAM used in PCs, says Kingston co-founder

Oct 25, 01:25

Although demand for DRAM used in PCs has been decreasing, demand for DRAM from cloud computing applications is sufficient to cover the decrease, and server-use DRAM, SSD (solid-state...

DRAM chipmakers and module suppliers may gain, lose business from ultrabooks

Sep 20, 14:30

With notebook companies rolling out their new ultrabook devices, the new category of computer is highly expected to see its adoption expand substantially later in 2011 and 2012. While...

Adata, PQI report losses for 1H11

Sep 1, 01:00

Memory module makers Adata Technology and Power Quotient International (PQI) both swung to net losses in the first half of 2011 from profits a year ago.

Transcend reports EPS of NT$3.33 in 1H11

Aug 29, 12:28

Memory module maker Transcend Information has posted net profits of NT$529 million (US$18 million), or NT$1.24 a share, for the second quarter of 2011. Net profits for the first half...

SiS to phase out its PC chipset business

Aug 2, 01:10

Taiwan-based chipset maker Silicon Integrated System (SiS) is set to phase out its PC business by the end of 2011 and will turn its business focus fully to chipsets for consumer electronics...

Firms slashing 2GB DDR3 module prices

Jul 27, 12:05

Kingston Technology has struck deals to sell its 2GB DDR3 modules as low as US$11, amid sluggish end-market demand, according to industry sources. Other fellow DRAM modules firms...

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Looking to ride mobile computing wave: Q&A with Kingston co-founder David Sun

Jun 20, 14:35

Kingston Technology's revenues hit a record high of US$6.5 billion for 2010, representing a 58.5% on-year growth. However, high sales do not necessarily mean profits are high as well,...

Kingston co-founder David Sun

DRAM contract prices face continuing downward pressure, says DRAMeXchange

Jun 14, 13:37

With PC end-user demand remaining weak and slow growth in DRAM content per PC, DRAM contract prices are likely to further slip in the second half of June 2011, according to DRAMeXc...

Adata sales continue to slide in May; optimistic about USB 3.0 devices and SSD

Jun 7, 13:55

Adata Technology has posted a sequential revenue decrease for the second straight month in May 2011. Nonetheless, the memory module maker expressed optimism that USB 3.0 storage devices...

DRAM module makers diversifying products, says Adata chairman

Jun 1, 02:05

Taiwan-based DRAM module manufacturers have made inroads into the markets for solid-state drives (SSD) and higher end DRAM modules targeted at servers designed for cloud, or even...

Global DRAM module market to grow almost 11% in 2011, says IHS iSuppli

May 30, 10:08

The market for DRAM modules - packages containing DRAM chips for use in PCs and other electronic products - is headed for yet another year of double-digit growth in 2011 as shipments...

Kingston extends lead in 2010 DRAM module market, says DRAMeXchange

May 25, 14:50

US-based Kingston Technology further consolidated its dominance in the DRAM module market with its global share rising to more than 50% in 2010 from 39% in 2009, according to figures...

Memory module firm Silicon Power gears up for Taiwan market

Newswatch - May 13, 12:37

Silicon Power Computer & Communications, a Taiwan-based memory moduel firm, has said that it is stepping up efforts expanding its domestic business in 2011.

DRAM and NAND flash outlook optimistic, says Transcend chairman

May 12, 14:27

Transcend Information chairman Peter Shu has expressed optimism about DRAM and NAND flash market conditions in the second half of 2011, which he believes will be favorable on the...

Transcend chairman Peter Shu

DRAM contract quotes up 2-3% for early May

May 12, 01:15

DRAM contract prices for the first half of May 2011 rose by a slower rate of 2-3% with Samsung Electronics managing to push the prices for 2GB DDR3 modules to US$19, according to...

Kingston sees stable DRAM prices, slight NAND supply constraints

Apr 25, 10:46

Contract prices for DRAM chips are set to be flat in the current second quarter of 2011, and will likely trend upward in the third and fourth quarters, according to Kingston Techno...

Memory module firm Silicon Power opens new plant

Apr 18, 12:10

Taiwan-based Silicon Power Computer & Communications, which produces NAND flash devices and DRAM modules as well as solid-state drives (SSD) and portable hard drives, has announced...

Adata March revenues up 53% on-month

Apr 7, 15:32

Memory module firm Adata Technology has registered NT$3.14 billion (US$108 million) in March 2011 revenues, up 52.6% on month. March revenues, however, showed a 35.1% decline compared...

Kingston revenues climb to record US$6.5 billion in 2010

Mar 16, 16:11

Kingston Technology has announced that its global revenues in 2010 soared to a record US$6.5 billion, the highest ever in company history. The US$2.4 billion increase in sales over...

Transcend looks to industrial memory products for growth

Feb 14, 11:27

Memory module maker Transcend Information expects its industrial-use flash modules, memory cards and solid-state drives (SSD) to account for 30% of its total revenues in 2011, compared...

Adata posts 9% sales drop in January

Feb 10, 01:00

Memory module maker Adata Technology has announced that revenues for January 2011 slid 8.8% sequentially to NT$2.8 billion (US$97 million). Revenues were down 24.1% compared to the...

Transcend revenues up 7% in December

Jan 10, 14:10

Memory module maker Transcend Information saw December revenues rise 7.4% sequentially to NT$3.03 billion (US$104 million). The growth was driven by more stable prices for NAND flash-related...

Adata revenues rebound in December

Jan 6, 11:54

Memory module maker Adata Technology has announced that revenues for December grew 14.1% sequentially to NT$3.07 billion (US$105 million), ending a 2-month streak of on-month drops...

Samsung develops DDR4 module built using 30nm technology

Jan 5, 10:15

Samsung Electronics has completed development of what it claims is the industry's first DDR4 DRAM module, using 30nm-class process technology.

Samsung 30nm DDR4 DRAM

Apacer diversifying away from standard memory modules

Dec 28, 15:42

Apacer Technology expects to see more growth from what the company calls the "value-added" business in 2011. Its standard memory module business, which consists of DRAM...

Apacer to begin trading on TSE on December 29

Newswatch - Dec 23, 14:15

Apacer Technology is scheduled to list on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) on December 29 at NT$21 (US$0.70), according to the memory module maker. Ahead of the listing, the company...

DRAM module makers 4Q10 profits likely hurt by rising NT dollar

Dec 15, 16:00

The recent appreciation of the NT dollar may result in significant foreign-exchange losses for DRAM module houses including Adata Technology and Transcend Information, according to...

Transcend November sales buoyed by growth in NAND flash products

Dec 7, 15:14

Memory module maker Transcend Information has announced revenues of NT$2.82 billion (US$94 million) for November 2010, up 6.6% sequentially. The company saw shipments of its NAND...

Falling 2Gb DDR3 prices to help advance PC memory density

Dec 6, 13:45

Spot prices for 2Gb DDR3 memory continue trending down to average near US$2, with those in the low range arriving at US$1.90, according to market sources. Previously the observers...

Adata lowering proportion of DRAM-module sales

Dec 6, 11:47

Adata Technology has moved to lower the DRAM-module portion of its revenues in order to respond to continued chip price falls, while putting a greater emphasis on non-DRAM products...

Kingston expands lead in DRAM module business, says iSuppli

Nov 16, 10:48

Kingston Technology padded its dominance of the third-party DRAM module business in the first half of 2010, selling US$2.6 billion worth of DRAM modules, according to iSuppli. The...

DRAM contract prices down over 7% in early November

Nov 16, 01:20

Early November contract prices for 1Gb DRAM memory have plunged by over 7%, driving the price of 2GB DDR3 modules to US$24-25. Suppliers will see further price falls through the second...

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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.

  • Patriot+Memory+G2+series%2C+AMD+Edition+modules

    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.

  • Computex+2011%3A+Avexir+Core+series+DRAM+module

    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.

  • Adata+XPG+Gaming+Series+DDR3%2D1333G

    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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