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  • Japan's Elpida Memory has reported net losses of JPY8.2 billion (US$101 million) on revenues of JPY92.1 billion for its fiscal fourth quarter ended March 31, 2011, showing a swing...
  • Taiwan-based DRAM chipmaker Powerchip Technology, which has put more emphasis on foundry manufacturing, has grabbed orders for NOR flash memory from Spansion and Silicon Storage Technology...
  • DRAM maker ProMOS Technologies has reported net losses of NT$4.26 billion (US$149 million) on revenues of NT$4.05 billion for the first quarter of 2011. Losses remained high compared...
  • Elpida Memory has announced development of a 2Gb DDR3 DRAM using 25nm process technology.
  • Rexchip posts 1Q11 profits

    Friday 29 April 2011
    Rexchip Electronics has reported net profits of NT$1.83 billion (US$64 million), or per-share earnings of NT$0.62, for the first quarter of 2011, making it the only profitable DRAM...
  • Japan-based memory chip vendor Elpida Memory has revealed plans to start mass producing 2Gb DDR3 SDRAM for PC applications in May 2011, using 30nm-class process technology. Manufacturing...
  • Powerchip Technology has signed a new cooperation agreement with Elpida Memory for the contract production of DRAM chips. OEM production of DRAM chips will account for over 50% of...
  • Japan's Elpida Memory has estimated that net profits for the fiscal year ending March 2011 slid 35.5% to JPY2 billion (US$24.5 million). Consolidated sales for the same period, however,...
  • Rexchip Electronics has announced that it successfully completed pilot runs of Elpida Memory's 30nm 2Gb DDR3 product. Pilot run results for Elpida's 30nm process have met expectations...
  • Elpida Memory has for the first time contracted its Taiwan-based joint venture to manufacture server-use DRAM memory, industry sources revealed. Rexchip Electronics will produce server...
  • Japan-based memory chip supplier Elpida Memory has disclosed the impact of the earthquake that occurred in northeast Japan on April 7 on its business operations.
  • Elpida Memory on April 7 announced that it has developed a 4-gigabit (4Gb) DDR2 mobile RAM, which employs the company's 30nm process technology. The new device features a low operating...
  • Elpida Memory has disclosed the latest details regarding the company's product supply situation, 17 days after the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
  • Taiwan-based DRAM maker Powerchip Technology reportedly is considering adopting epitaxial wafers if supplies of wafers by major producers such as Shin-Etsu Handotai remain disrupted...
  • Elpida Memory has announced that Akita Elpida Memory, a packaging and testing subsidiary of Elpida, has resumed production on restoration of electricity supply.
  • With plant operations disrupted due to power shortages, Japan-based Elpida Memory may ask for assistance from its packaging and testing partner Powertech Technology (PTI), industry...
  • Elpida Memory, Japan's only maker of DRAM, has provided its business status in the wake of the massive earthquake that hit the country, saying that information remains incomplete,...
  • Powertech Technology (PTI), a major memory-IC packaging and testing company in Taiwan, plans to make a JPY4.1 billion (US$49.5 million) investment in EBS, a wholly-owned subsidiary...
  • ProMOS Technologies and Rexchip Electronics have announced growth in February 2011 revenues from the previous month, joining fellow DRAM companies Nanya Technology and Powerchip Technology...
  • The board of directors of Rexchip Electronics has approved a budget of NT$3.598 billion (US$2.89 billion) for the company's transition to 30nm-class process technology. The spending...
  • Rexchip Electronics will start trial production of mobile DRAM products employing Elpida Memory's designs in May 2011, with sample shipments to follow shortly afterward, Elpida president...
  • Elpida Memory president and CEO Yukio Sakamoto has admitted that the company is approaching Taiwan-based Powerchip Technology and ProMOS Technologies with a view of forming a competitive...
  • Elpida Memory is planning to raise prices of its PC DRAM in early March 2011, as demand and supply will be more balanced, according to company president and CEO Yukio Sakamoto speaking...
  • Japan's Elpida Memory on February 18 announced it has determined the pricing terms for the listing of TDR (Taiwan depositary receipts) and the issuance of the company's common shares...
  • ProMOS Technologies has reiterated that it has no knowledge about reported plans by it and Elpida Memory to integrate their DRAM business operations.
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