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

A-Data partners with Ingram Micro for India

Mar 22, 16:54

Memory module maker A-Data Technology has entered into a distribution deal with Ingram Micro for the India market, according to the Taiwan-based memory module maker. Ingram Micro...

Qimonda Suzhou plant sold to state-backed venture capital

Mar 16, 14:08

China's state-backed Suzhou Venture Group (SVG) has acquired Qimonda's facility for DRAM module assembly and testing in the Suzhou Industrial Park, and renamed it Gerad Technologies...

Contract quotes for DDR3 and DDR2 chips remain high in early March

Mar 11, 12:13

Contract quotes for 1Gb DDR3 memory have increased to between US$2.41 and US$2.69 in the first half of March, driving the price of 2GB DDR3 modules to US$41.50-43, according to DRAMeXchange...

PQI sees February 2010 sales drop on month, expects rebound in March

Mar 10, 14:05

Power Quotient International (PQI) has reported consolidated revenues of NT$2.19 billion (US$68.78 million) for February, a sequential decline of 15%. The memory module house expects...

Transcend sees February revenues and shipments drop on month

Mar 9, 11:36

Transcend Information has announced its revenues for February 2010 slid 20.1% sequentially to NT$2.34 billion (US$73 million), mainly due to fewer working days in the month. The memory...

A-Data February 2010 revenues up over 50% on year

Mar 8, 15:16

Memory module house A-Data Technology saw its February 201 revenues affected by fewer working days, but still enjoyed growth of over 50% compared to a year earlier.

A-Data says DRAM supply to run short in 2H10

Mar 1, 14:14

Strong PC replacement demand driven by both the consumer and business sectors will cause the supply of DRAM to run low during the second half of 2010, according to A-Data Technology...

A-Data chairman Simon Chen

DRAM makers see demand from PC OEMs pick up after Lunar break

Feb 26, 12:27

PC OEM makers have recently increased their orders for DDR3 modules at Samsung Electronics, while Elpida Memory is seeking additional supply of DDR2 chips from partner Powerchip Semiconductor...

A-Data January 2010 sales down 14% on month

Feb 8, 15:47

A-Data Technology has announced revenues for January 2010 slid 13.97% sequentially to NT$3.69 billion (US$115 million), with sales from both DRAM modules and NAND flash devices dropping...

Transcend 2009 profits almost double

Feb 8, 14:27

Transcend Information saw net profits for 2009 hit an historic high of NT$4.33 billion (US$134.8 million), up 92.4% from NT$2.25 billion in 2008, according to the memory module house...

Transcend HQ

Quotes for DDR2 chips may surpass DDR3 parts in 2H10, says A-Data executive

Feb 4, 16:12

Prices for DDR2 chips are likely to drift higher and may even top quotes for DDR3 parts in the second half of 2010 due to DRAM makers relocating production to DDR3 chips, according...

A-Data chairman Simon Chen

Memory module makers to see flat revenues in January despite DRAM price drop

Jan 28, 11:32

Major Taiwan-based memory module houses are expected to see their revenues stay flat sequentially in January 2010, but revenues for all of the first quarter may decrease slightly...

A-Data sees return to profits in 2009

Jan 21, 16:07

DRAM module maker A-Data Technology has posted net profits of NT$702 million (US$22.08 million) in the fourth quarter of 2009, bringing net earnings for all of the year to NT$21.3...

Taiwan DRAM module makers report revenue growth in 2009

Jan 11, 13:40

A-Data Technology, Transcend Information and Power Quotient International (PQI) all saw 2009 revenues return to a growth track following 2008, when they experienced on-year drops.

DRAM supply to remain tight in 2010, says A-Data chairman

Jan 6, 17:03

Supply of DRAM chips will remain mostly tight in 2010, according to Simon Chen, chairman of memory module maker A-Data Technology. With major producers restraining their capacity...

A-Data chairman Simon Chen

Kingston denies acquisition rumors

Jan 5, 12:06

Memory module maker Kingston Technology has moved to quash recent rumors that suggested the company is looking to acquire its outsourcing partners Panram International and Orient...

Most Taiwan-based DRAM module makers to report profits for 2009

Dec 31, 10:27

Taiwan-based DRAM module houses A-Data Technology, Power Quotient International (PQI), Unifosa and Panram International are all expected to swing back to profitability in 2009, according...

Kingston to see more than US$1 billion in Asia revenues in 2009

Dec 23, 10:16

Kingston Technology will see revenues reach US$1.1 billion in Asia in 2009, up over 20% from US$900 million in 2008, according to Scott Chen, company vice president for APAC business...

DRAM industry set to begin with good start in 1Q10, says Transcend chairman

Dec 17, 14:44

The DRAM industry is expected to move opposite to normal seasonal patterns during the first quarter of 2010, before descending to the year's lowest level in the second quarter, according...

Peter Su, Transcend chairman

Support from "Rich dad" crucial to play at the DRAM table, says Kingmax chairman

Dec 15, 14:46

With Korea-based players gaining a larger share of the present DRAM market, chairman of DRAM module house Kingmax Semiconductor has suggested capital and strong backing are key to...

Kingmax chairman Joe Liu

PQI shifting emphasis to DRAM modules for revenue growth

Dec 10, 15:42

Memory module house Power Quotient International (PQI) has posted revenues of NT$2.08 billion (US$64.4 million), almost flat from the previous month. The company said it increased...

PCB maker Tripod sees flat revenues in 4Q09

Dec 9, 15:29

Tripod Technology, which supplies PCBs for handsets, notebooks and DRAM modules, saw consolidated revenues slide 3% sequentially to NT$3.17 billion (US$98 million) in November 2009,...

Transcend sees November 2009 revenues up on better product mix

Dec 8, 16:25

Transcend Information managed to minimize losses in inventory value arising from continued drops in NAND flash prices in November 2009, by lowering sales proportion from its NAND...

A-Data and Transcend expected to report better November 2009

Dec 2, 16:27

Memory module house A-Data Technology may see revenues top NT$4.5 billion (US$140 million) in November 2009, up from NT$4.3 billion in October, according to market watchers. Meanwhile,...

Nanya Elixir distributor partners with HannStar Union

Nov 23, 12:09

Silicon-Power Computer & Communications, the distributor of Nanya Technology's Elixir brand products, has announced a partnership with HannStar Union, a Taiwan-based PC peripherals...

DRAM prices likely to drop in December, say module makers

Nov 18, 12:24

Some DRAM module makers in Taiwan are forecasting a price correction to reflect seasonal demand in December, and have expressed caution about the near-term chip pricing.

Apacer eyeing non-memory products for higher margin

Nov 12, 16:49

Apacer Technology has placed stronger emphasis on more profitable digital peripherals that contribute higher gross margins, according to the company. The high-margin product line,...

Apacer president I-shih Chen

DDR3 prices to rise above DDR2 soon, say makers

Nov 11, 10:28

With PC OEMs pushing the migration to DDR3, the next mainstream memory chip will soon be traded above the ASP for DDR2 chips in both spot and contract markets, according to sources...

Transcend revenues down in October on weaker demand for NAND flash products

Nov 9, 11:19

Memory module maker Transcend Information has reported revenues of NT$2.97 billion (US$91.78 million) for October 2009, down 18% compared with the previous month's NT$3.62 billion...

DRAM module makers post outstanding 3Q09 profits

Nov 2, 15:59

Taiwan memory module makers A-data Technology, Transcend Information and Power Quotient International (PQI) all saw significant profit growth in the third quarter of 2009.

Kingston APAC sales hit high in September

Oct 14, 12:05

Kingston Technology saw revenues from the Asia-Pacific market score an historic high in September 2009, thanks to a rally in chip prices and improved demand, according to Scott Chen,...

Memory module maker PQI raises NT$475 million in private placement

Oct 12, 16:54

Power Quotient International (PQI) has announced it completed a private placement for the issue of new shares at NT$19.56 per unit. The Taiwan-based memory module maker has raised...

Memory industry now on recovery path, says A-Data chairman

Oct 6, 11:21

The NAND flash and DRAM sectors have recovered in the second half of 2009 after an industry glut eased and chip prices rebounded, according to Simon Chen, chairman of A-Data Technology...

Samsung stops selling DRAM chips to Taiwan market, say Taiwan makers

Sep 29, 14:48

Samsung Electronics has decided that for the time being it will only sell DRAM modules to its Taiwan-based customers including module makers, and not DRAM chips, according to industry...

Memory module makers to see revenue growth in September

Sep 28, 15:54

Taiwan-based memory module makers A-Data Technology, Power Quotient International (PQI) and Transcend Information are expected to enjoy revenue growth on year in September 2009, thanks...

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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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