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DRAM firms expected to post narrower losses in 1Q12

Feb 22, 12:24

With DRAM prices stabilizing and starting to rise, chip suppliers that operated in the red in the fourth quarter of 2011 are expected to see their quarterly losses narrow sequentially...

Recent rally in DRAM prices to enable firms report smaller losses for 1Q12

Micron may become the largest shareholder of Inotera

Feb 16, 01:20

DRAM maker Inotera plans to hold a shareholders meeting on February 22 to discuss a NT$1.5 billion (US$51 million) private placement. Industry sources indicated that Micron will likely...

Taiwan DRAM makers post mixed January results

Feb 4, 12:41

Revenues at Nanya Technology registered a 28% sequential increase in January 2012 while Inotera Memories' grew 0.2% on month. Powerchip Technology, however, saw its January sales...

DRAM firms should consider merging, say Nanya and Inotera executives

Jan 19, 16:30

DRAM makers should consider uniting to tackle industry issues, according to CC Wu, chairman for Nanya Technology. Charles Kau, president of Inotera Memories, also echoed Wu's statement...

Total losses at Nanya and Inotera hit historic high

Jan 19, 01:05

Total losses in 2011 of Taiwan-based DRAM firms Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories reached NT$60.883 billion (US$2.03 billion), the largest in Taiwan's DRAM history. Nanya indicated...

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Nanya reports larger loss for 2011

Jan 19, 01:00

DRAM chipmaker Nanya Technology's net losses for 2011 widened to NT$39.88 billion (US$1.33 billion) from NT$15.13 billion a year ago. Revenues declined 35% on year to NT$36.74 billion...

DRAM makers post mixed December results

Jan 4, 12:10

Rexchip Electronics has reported a 25% sequential increase in revenues for December 2011, while fellow DRAM companies Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories saw their sales decrease...

Inotera borrows US$133 million from Micron subsidiary

Dec 14, 01:20

DRAM maker Inotera Memories on December 13 announced the acquisition of a short-term loan of US$133 million from Netherlands-based Numonyx Holding BV, a wholly owned subsidiary of...

Taiwan-based DRAM makers may suffer total loss of over NT$80 billion in 2011

Nov 15, 01:15

Powerchip Technology, Nanya Technology, Inotera Memories and ProMOS Technologies, four Taiwan-based DRAM makers, may suffer a total net loss of more than NT$80 billion (US$2.67 billion)...

Inotera, Nanya and Rexchip revenues up in October; Powerchip down

Nov 4, 01:15

Inotera Memories, Nanya Technology and Rexchip Electronics have all reported increases in October 2011 revenues from the previous month, while Powerchip Technology posted a drop.

Nanya Technology, Inotera cut 2011 capex budgets to NT$12 billion

Oct 20, 01:30

Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories have reduced the 2011 capex budgets to NT$12 billion each, according to the companies at their respective investors conferences on October 19.

Nanya, Inotera post larger losses for 3Q11

Oct 19, 16:13

Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories both saw their net losses widen sequentially and on year in the third quarter of 2011, affected by falling DRAM prices.

Taiwan DRAM makers feel cost pressure from Samsung and Hynix 30nm production

Oct 12, 01:05

While spot market prices for 2Gb DDR3 have dropped to below US$1, Taiwan-based DRAM makers are not concerned but are worried about competition due to the lower production costs Samsung...

Inotera to raise NT$7.7 billion

Oct 7, 01:40

Inotera Memories has revealed plans to raise an additional paid-in capital of NT$7.7 billion (US$251.6 million) through issuing 1.1 billion new shares. The new funds will be used...

Rexchip September sales down 15% on delayed deliveries

Oct 4, 12:29

Rexchip Electronics, the Taiwan-based production subsidiary of Elpida Memory, has reported a 15% decline in September revenues from the previous month. The sales drop can be attributed...

Nanya September revenues up, Inotera down

Oct 3, 15:35

Nanya Technology saw revenues increase 7% sequentially to NT$2.57 billion (US$84 million) in September 2011 while Inotera Memories' slid 6.5% on month to NT$2.88 billion.

Inotera completes transition to 42nm DRAM

Sep 29, 01:15

Inotera Memories has completed its 42nm process technology transition, according to the company, which added that it has also started 30nm pilot runs with commercial production scheduled...

Macronix, Winbond to step into NAND flash production

Sep 27, 15:20

Taiwan-based Macronix International and Winbond Electronics are expected to extend production from NOR flash to NAND flash, viewing that NAND flash tends to replace NOR flash for...

More DRAM makers cutting back production

Sep 14, 10:41

Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories have joined Elpida Memory, Powerchip Technology and Rexchip Electronics in cutting production amid slumping prices and a global economic downturn,...

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Nanya, Inotera, Adata see sequential growth in August revenue

Sep 6, 01:20

Taiwan-based DRAM makers Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories as well as memory module maker Adata Technology on September 5 reported revenues for August, increasing on month by...

ProMOS likely to be suspended from trading on TSE

Sep 1, 16:12

The Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) is expected to suspend ProMOS Technologies from trading on the exchange for failure to file its financial results for the first half of 2011.

Nanya, Inotera receive loans from affiliate

Stockwatch - Aug 30, 15:03

Nan Ya Plastics has issued filings with the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) disclosing two separate one-year loans it has provided to DRAM manufacturers Nanya Technology and Inotera Me...

Powerchip reportedly seeking government support for DRAM industry consolidation

Aug 19, 12:29

Rumors have circulated that Powerchip Technology chairman Frank Huang recently met with Premier Wu Den-yih to explore the possibility of resuming the government-led initiative to...

Nanya, Inotera post revenue drops in July

Aug 3, 16:11

DRAM chipmakers Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories have both reported decreases in July 2011 revenues from the previous month.

Powerchip losses shrink in 2Q11; sticking to diversification

Jul 20, 15:27

Taiwan-based Powerchip Technology has announced net losses of NT$1.21 billion (US$41.4 million) for the second quarter of 2011, showing improvement compared to losses of NT$4.97 billion...

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Inotera Memories sees 1H11 net loss of nearly NT$8 billion

Jul 20, 01:10

Taiwan-based DRAM maker Inotera Memories suffered a net loss of NT$7.954 billion (US$270 million) for the first half of 2011, according to the company at an investors conference on...

Nanya, Inotera to post another quarter of losses

Jul 18, 11:45

Nanya Technology is likely to remain unprofitable in the second quarter of 2011, which would mark the sixth straight quarterly loss for the DRAM manufacturer, according to market...

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Nanya, Inotera June revenues down over 10% on-month

Jul 4, 14:56

Both DRAM makers Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories have reported revenues for June 2011. Nanya's revenues dropped 20.6% to NT$3.11 billion (US$109 million) from the previous month...

Taiwan DRAM makers transforming equipment into liquid assets

Jun 9, 11:43

In order to increase cash on hand, Powerchip Technology has struck leaseback deals with the companies to which it previously sold 12-inch manufacturing equipment, while fellow DRAM...

Inotera starts making server-use DRAM ahead of schedule

Jun 9, 01:10

Inotera Memories started manufacturing DRAM chips used in servers in May 2011, ahead of the originally scheduled second half of the year, according to company president Charles Kao...

Nanya May revenues slip on-month, Inotera grows

Jun 3, 16:31

Nanya Technology saw revenues decrease 11.6% sequentially to NT$3.92 billion (US$137 million) in May 2011 while Inotera Memories' grew 14.7% on month to NT$3.67 billion.

Commentary: Taiwan's economic growth and structural unemployment

May 30, 10:41

The Institute of Management Development (IMD) in Switzerland recently published the World Competitiveness Yearbook ranking Taiwan's competitiveness at 6th place, improving two spots...

Taiwan DRAM makers to ramp 30nm-class production in 2H11

May 26, 02:00

Inotera Memories, Nanya Technology and Rexchip Electronics are all scheduled to kick off volume production using 30nm-class processes sometime in the second half of 2011, closing...

Nanya April revenues up on-month, Inotera down

May 3, 15:53

Nanya Technology saw revenues increase 18.7% sequentially to NT$4.44 billion (US$155 million) in April 2011 while Inotera Memories' slid 11.8% on month to NT$3.2 billion.

Micron, Inotera deny acquisition rumors

Apr 28, 01:30

Rumors have started to circulate again that Micron Technology is pursuing plans to acquire full ownership of Taiwan-based Inotera Memories. But both firms have denied the possibili...

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