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Nanya cautious about 1Q10 as ASPs decline

Jan 22, 16:05

Nanya Technology, currently Taiwan's top DRAM maker by revenues, has expressed concerns that it may see ASPs drop sequentially in the first quarter of 2010 due to weakness in DDR2...

Nanya mulling plans to expand DRAM capacity, sources claim

Jan 21, 12:20

Nanya Technology will likely raise its capex budget for 2010 to top NT$20 billion (US$627 million), up from the company's most recent estimate of NT$19 billion, according to industry...

PSC and Inotera post profits for 4Q09

Jan 21, 11:29

DRAM maker Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC) has posted its first profit in 11 quarters, while rival Inotera Memories has also reported profits for the fourth quarter after...

Taiwan DRAM makers shifting capacity to DDR3 chips

Jan 15, 10:45

Taiwan-based DRAM makers have recently increased the pace of shifting their capacity to the production of DDR3 chips due to steep drops in contract quotes for DDR2 parts, according...

Inotera set to raise NT$15 billion through rights issue

Newswatch - Jan 7, 11:03

DRAM maker Inotera Memories has set the price of its latest rights issue at NT$22.5 per share (US$0.71), and expects to raise a total of NT$15 billion to finance its technology upgrades,...

DDR3 demand drives FATC revenues in 4Q09

Jan 5, 16:18

Formosa Advanced Technologies (FATC), a major packaging and testing service provider for DRAM makers Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories, saw revenues increase 10.2% sequentially...

Nanya revenues up in 2009, but Inotera down

Jan 4, 16:19

DRAM maker Nanya Technology has reported revenues of NT$42.46 billion (US$1.33 billion) for 2009, representing a 17% growth from NT$36.31 billion in 2008. However, Inotera Memories...

Micron seeking to strengthen management of Inotera

Jan 4, 15:10

Industry sources have circulated rumors that Micron Technology intends to raise its holdings in its joint venture with Nanya Technology, Inotera Memories. Inotera recently approved...

Inotera gets approval to issue new shares in Taiwan

Newswatch - Dec 30, 13:39

Taiwan's Securities and Futures Bureau under the Cabinet's Financial Supervisory Commission has confirmed its approval of Inotera Memories' plans to issue 640 million new shares at...

Inotera to raise capital to fund process migration

Dec 16, 12:11

DRAM maker Inotera Memories plans to raise capital through issuing 640 million new shares at a tentative price of NT$18 (US$0.56) per share to fund equipment expenses for technology...

Taiwan DRAM combined 2010 capex less than Samsung's projected budget

Dec 4, 11:48

The combined 2010 capex of four Taiwan-based DRAM makers – Inotera Memories, Nanya Technology, Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation and ProMOS Technologies – will hover...

DRAM backend supplier FATC revenues down 3% in November 2009, but sees growth ahead

Dec 4, 11:03

Formosa Advanced Technologies (FATC), a major packaging and testing service provider for DRAM makers Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories, saw November 2009 revenues drop slightly...

DRAM makers Nanya and Inotera revenues hit year-high in November 2009

Dec 4, 10:57

Nanya Technology saw its November 2009 revenues increase 7% on month to NT$6.05 billion (US$188.47 million), while Inotera Memories' revenues grew 15% sequentially to NT$4.32 billion,...

Nanya and Inotera to report revenue growth in November

Dec 2, 15:35

DRAM makers Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories are expected to see November 2009 revenues hit NT$6 billion (US$186 million) and NT$4 billion, respectively, representing the highest...

DRAM production costs to drop significantly in 2010, say Taiwan makers

Nov 17, 14:17

With more DRAM producers progressing to next-generation production process, the competition in die shrink will cause an overall reduction in DRAM production costs in 2010, according...

Nanya Technology lands NT$18 billion in syndicated loans

Nov 10, 15:21

Nanya Technology on November 9 signed on for a syndicated loan of NT$18 billion (US$554 million), with the fund earmarked for its process advancement, according to the company. The...

DRAM contract prices to rise by double-digits in November, says Nanya

Nov 4, 11:06

Contract quotes for DRAM chips may continue to grow by a double-digit percentage in November, according to Pai Pei-Lin, vice president and spokesperson of Nanya Technology. Pai said...

Taiwan DRAM makers see losses narrow in 3Q09; expected to break even in 4Q09

Nov 2, 15:00

Taiwan-based DRAM makers saw losses narrow in third-quarter 2009 with combined losses at Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC), ProMOS Technologies, Nanya Technology and Inotera...

DRAM backend supplier FATC nears full utilization

Oct 27, 16:41

Formosa Advanced Technologies (FATC), a Taiwan-based memory packaging and testing service provider, has seen its capacity reach almost full utilization thanks to increased demand...

DRAM recovery to continue into 2010, says iSuppli

Oct 23, 10:24

The DRAM industry in the second and third quarters of 2009 posted the strongest sequential growth in revenue and pricing seen in at least five years, indicating that the recent market...

Nanya and Inotera 2010 capex to rise

Oct 22, 10:41

Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories plan to increase their capex for 2010 to accelerate their process advancement, according to the companies. Both Taiwan-based DRAM makers have...

Nanya and Inotera may not apply for government funding

Oct 20, 15:04

Taiwan-based Nanya Technology and its joint venture with Micron Technology, Inotera Memories, may be forced to withdraw their application for government funding following the sudden...

Inotera and Nanya announce machinery purchases

Stockwatch - Oct 15, 12:18

DRAM makers Inotera Memories and Nanya Technology have recently spent NT$8.28 billion (US$257 million) and NT$1.26 billion, respectively, on new equipment, according to company filings...

Taiwan DRAM makers stepping up output to cash in on DDR2 price hikes

Oct 13, 14:37

As 1Gb DDR2 prices have been rising toward US$2.50, Taiwan-based DRAM makers have immediately hiked their production in an attempt to turn their operations profitable, according to...

Rexchip breaks even in 3Q09, says PSC

Oct 6, 15:51

Rexchip Electronics may have broken even in the third quarter of 2009, according to Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC) vice president and spokesperson Eric Tang. The joint...

Nanya and Inotera September 2009 sales return to on-year growth track

Oct 5, 16:50

Nanya Technology saw September 2009 revenues return to an on-year growth track ending its run of drops since March 2007, while Inotera Memories also reported on-year revenue growth...

Nanya and Inotera 50nm yield rates reach over 60%, says paper

Newswatch - Oct 2, 16:56

The first batch of DRAM chips taped out from Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories utilizing a 50nm-class process has generated a yield rate of over 60%, the Chinese-language Economic...

DDR2 spot prices hit US$2 earlier than expected

Sep 28, 11:41

Recent spot prices for DDR2 1Gb 800MHz chips climbed to US$2, according to DRAMeXchange. The growth momentum accelerated faster than previously expected, and may enable upstream memory...

Taiwan DRAM makers see operations generate net inflow of cash

Sep 22, 17:02

Taiwan-based DRAM makers Inotera Memories, Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC) and ProMOS Technologies have had their business operations turning from net outflow into inflow...

Taiwan DRAM makers still struggling as competitors turning a profit

Sep 10, 12:18

Hynix Semiconductor will be the second among DRAM makers to swing back to profitability in the third quarter of 2009, followed by Micron Technology and Elpida Memory in 2010, according...

Nanya and Inotera see better August

Sep 3, 16:04

DRAM maker Nanya Technology has announced revenues of NT$3.65 billion (US$111 million) for August 2009, and saw the on-year growth improve to negative 8% compared to double-digit...

Micron set to ramp 40nm production at end of 2009

Aug 17, 15:32

Micron Technology is scheduled to kick off volume production using 40nm process technology at its 12-inch wafer fab in Singapore at the end of 2009, according to the company. The...

Taiwan Memory may fail, says Inotera executive VP

Aug 17, 15:04

Taiwan Memory Company (TMC), a Taiwan government-funded memory company partnering with Japan-based Elpida Memory, may not succeed in revitalizing Taiwan's ailing memory-chip industry,...

Winbond July revenues up, outperforming domestic peers

Aug 11, 15:20

Winbond Electronics saw its revenues return to a growth track in July 2009, after posting on-year drops for 26 straight months. The Taiwan-based DRAM maker outperformed its domestic...

DDR3 prices up by double-digits in 1H August, says DRAMeXchange

Aug 10, 15:58

The average contract price of 1Gb DDR3 chips has continued to rally to US$1.50 in the first half of August, up 11.9% sequentially, according to data gathered by DRAMeXchange. Thanks...

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