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  • Last update: Wednesday 17 December 2014 [301 news items]

DRAM makers May sales continue sequential growth, but suffer double-digit drops on year

Jun 5, 09:58

DRAM chipmakers Inotera Memories, Nanya Technology and Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC) continued to see sequential revenue growth in May 2009, thanks to stabilizing DRAM...

DRAM contract prices expected to up double-digits in June, says Nanya

Jun 3, 14:34

DRAM contract prices are poised for a double-digit gain in June, according to Pei-Lin Pai, spokesperson for Nanya Technology. Nanya has raised the contract price of its chips, said...

Pei-Lin Pai, vice president of Global Sales & Marketing and spokesman of Nanya

Nanya to raise NT$30 billion for migration to 50nm

Jun 2, 12:51

The board of directors at DRAM chipmaker Nanya Technology has approved a plan to raise more than NT$15 billion (US$464 million) through a private placement at the end of June. Backed...

Micron pays back loan borrowed from Inotera

Newswatch - May 27, 12:22

Inotera Memories, on May 26, said it has collected US$85 million from Micron Technology in repayment for a six-month loan to facilitate its acquisition of Qimonda's stake in Inoter...

Taiwan DRAM makers scaling up production

May 15, 17:05

Taiwan's Inotera Memories, Nanya Technology and Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC) have recently increased output, as they expect prices to continue its rally in the third...

Micron claws way back to third place in DRAM market in 1Q09, says iSuppli

May 13, 09:50

Reports of Micron Technology's demise in the global DRAM market have been greatly exaggerated, with the company managing to return to the top-3 rank in the first quarter of 2009,...

PSC, Nanya and Inotera see sales improve in April

May 6, 16:50

DRAM chipmakers Inotera Memories, Nanya Technology and Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC) have announced improved sequential growth in their unaudited net sales for April 20...

Taiwan DRAM makers see narrower losses in 1Q09

May 4, 15:40

Taiwan-based computer-memory chipmakers Inotera Memories, Nanya Technology, Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC), ProMOS Technologies and Winbond Electronics saw their combined...

Nanya expects transition to DDR3 to accelerate in 2H09

May 4, 15:04

The transition to DDR3 will be sped up by the upcoming launch of PCs with DDR3 in the second half of 2009, according to Pei-Lin Pai, spokesperson for DRAM chipmaker Nanya Technolog...

spokesperson Pei-Lin Pai

Inotera to ship 50% of DRAM to Micron

May 4, 12:03

Inotera Memories has said it will start supplying half of the DRAM output from its 12-inch fabs, formerly reserved for Qimonda, to Micron Technology in the third quarter of 2009,...

Micron-Nanya camp to build IP for Taiwan DRAM, asking support from government

Apr 10, 15:28

The Micron-Nanya camp has similar goals to those of the Taiwan government in respect to restructuring the island's memory-chip industry, according to CJ Wu, chairman of Nanya Technology...

Nanya chairman CJ Wu

Micron and Nanya pull out of Taiwan Memory

Apr 9, 17:15

Micron Technology and Nanya Technology, along with their joint venture Inotera Memories, have announced that they will not participate in the formation of Taiwan Memory Company (TM...

Nanya March sales up, but Inotera down

Apr 9, 11:05

Computer-memory chipmaker Nanya Technology and its joint venture with Micron Technology, Inotera Memories, have posted mixed revenue performance for last month. Nanya saw March sales...

DRAM chipmakers Nanya and Inotera gain capital support from Formosa Plastics

Mar 23, 11:50

Taiwan's Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories have received additional capital of over NT$10 billion (US$296 million) from parent company the Formosa Plastics Group, according to...

Inotera HQ

Taiwan Memory not committed to bailing out DRAM makers, says designated company chair

Mar 11, 11:18

Taiwan Memory Company (TMC) will request no more than NT$30 billion (US$867 million) from the government to carry out a mission to bring about "fundamental restructuring"...

John Hsuan, chairman of Taiwan Memory

Memory module makers gain on reduced upstream supply

Mar 9, 12:12

Downstream memory specialists have benefited from positive NAND flash spot prices, and more stable DRAM pricing. Taiwan's memory-module suppliers A-Data Technology and Transcend Information...

Micron and Elpida talk over joint technology development, but reach no consensus, Inotera executive says

Mar 4, 17:12

Michael Sadler, executive VP of Inotera Memories, has confirmed that Micron Technology had been in talks with Elpida Memory about technology co-development, but no consensus had been...

Micron agrees to release DRAM technology to Taiwan

Feb 27, 10:45

The Formosa Plastics Group, parent company of Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories, has assured the Taiwan government that Micron Technology will release more than 2,500 patents...

Taiwan government-backed memory operation reportedly to source funds from Nanya parent company, and technology from Elpida

Feb 25, 12:26

The Taiwan government is considering inviting the Formosa Plastics Group, the parent company of Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories, to co-fund a planned state-run operation called...

DRAM makers PSC and Inotera trim workforce

Feb 24, 11:11

Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC), one of Taiwan's financially troubled DRAM makers, has cut 200-300 jobs, or less than 5% of its workforce, after the Lunar New Year holidays,...

Nanya and Inotera submit proposal for consolidation of Taiwan, Japan and US DRAM makers

Feb 12, 11:01

Nanya Technology and its joint venture with Micron Technology, Inotera Memories, have jointly submitted a proposal to Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) seeking to consolidate...

Elpida CEO Yukio Sakamoto

DRAM makers see revenues grow sequentially in January, except ProMOS

Feb 11, 16:34

Nanya Technology has posted revenues of NT$2 billion (US$59 million) for last month, up 40% sequentially. Its subsidiary Inotera Memories also enjoyed a revenue increase of 14% on...

Qimonda approaches Formosa Plastics for takeover, paper says

Newswatch - Feb 11, 11:49

The Formosa Plastics Group, Taiwan's largest petrochemical business group to which Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories belong, has been approached by Qimonda over the possibility...

Inotera accounts receivable from Qimonda total NT$3.4 billion

Stockwatch - Feb 2, 14:06

Inotera Memories, a joint venture between Micron Technology and Nanya Technology, has revealed in a company filing with the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) that it is working with Micron...

Timing crucial to DRAM consolidation, says A-Data chairman Simon Chen

Jan 21, 17:11

Digitimes recently talked to Simon Chen, chairman of A-Data Technology, about the Taiwan government's bailout program for the island's fragile DRAM industry. According to Chen, the...

A-Data chairman Simon Chen

Micron CEO to pay another visit to Taiwan this week

Jan 21, 16:03

Micron Technology chairman and CEO Steven Appleton plans to pay another visit to Taiwan this week to meet with executives from Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories, according to...

DRAM maker Nanya losses widen in 2008

Jan 21, 11:28

DRAM specialist Nanya Technology's losses widened in 2008, during which its capital expenditure (capex) was sharply slashed due to the general economic decline. Inotera Memories,...

Nanya spokesperson Pei-Lin Pai

Micron, Nanya and Inotera to submit joint bailout proposal soon, says Inotera executive

Jan 19, 11:13

Merger negotiations between US-based Micron Technology, Taiwan's Nanya Technology and the Micron-Nanya joint venture Inotera Memories are expected to be finalized, according to an...

Inotera president Charles Kao

Micron to officially enter board of Inotera, says paper

Newswatch - Jan 16, 10:51

Inotera Memories has scheduled a provisional shareholders meeting today (Jan 16) to re-elect its board of directors. Micron, which bought out Qimonda's stake in November 2008, will...

Micron hopes to unite non-Korean DRAM players in an alliance

Jan 15, 01:00

Micron is hoping to form an alliance to unite DRAM players from the US, Japan and Taiwan arranged as three parent companies and five sibling companies, according to sources at DRAM...

Micron CEO visits Taiwan for integration talks with Nanya and Inotera

Jan 14, 01:15

Steven Appleton, chairman and CEO of Micron Technology, paid a low-profile visit to Taiwan last week for merger negotiations with its strategic partners Nanya Technology and Inotera...

Nanya to submit application for bailout funds this week

Newswatch - Jan 5, 11:29

Nanya Technology will submit its application to Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) for government bailout funds by the end of this week, in a partnership with Micron Technology,...

Micron-Nanya said to be also keen on ProMOS merger

Dec 29, 11:04

Inotera Memories, a DRAM joint venture between Micron and Nanya Technology, is looking to integrate the 12-inch production and engineering resources from ProMOS Technologies, which...

Taiwan DRAM makers may record up to NT$30 billion losses in 4Q08

Dec 24, 16:18

Taiwan's major DRAM manufacturers – Inotera Memories, Nanya Technology, Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC) and ProMOS Technologies – may post combined losses of...

Commentary: Does Taiwan DRAM deserve rescue?

Dec 17, 15:09

There have been constant calls for a truce among Taiwan's DRAM makers and for government bailout for Taiwan's DRAM industry: these are the local DRAM makers' tactics to draw attention...

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