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Memory module firms move forward with diversification, says Kingmax Digital

Nov 16, 10:29

Competition has become more intense in the memory module business, encouraging companies to diversify their product offerings, according to Joe Liu, chairman for Kingmax Digital....

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

Memory card maker Kingmax cautious on NAND flash inventory

Oct 24, 14:56

Taiwan-based memory card maker Kingmax Digital will continue to adopt a cautious approach towards the purchase of NAND flash chips in the fourth quarter as the company holds a conservative...

Lawrence Chang, president, Kingmax Digital
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