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  • Last update: Friday 8 September 2017 [132 news items]

Kingston says no plan to invest in TMC

Mar 17, 15:10

Kingston Technology has dismissed speculation that it plans to acquire 5-10% of a new DRAM company that the Taiwan government is setting up, saying it would not commit itself to investing...

Kingston to invest in Taiwan Memory, says paper

Newswatch - Mar 16, 12:29

Kingston Technology may take up a 10% stake in Taiwan Memory, the new DDRAM company that the Taiwan government is planning, the Chinese-language Commercial Times reported...

Memory-module maker Kingston 2008 shipments up, but revenues down

Mar 12, 12:10

Kingston Technology has announced worldwide revenues totaled US$4 billion in 2008, representing a decline of 11% from a year earlier. Despite the revenue dip, the US-based memory-module...

Intel and Taiwan memory vendors to push SSD in co-branding initiative

Feb 13, 14:22

A-Data Technology and Power Quotient International (PQI) are expected to join Intel in a push for the solid-state drive (SSD) market with a co-branding strategy, according to industry...

Taiwan banks halt ProMOS loan

Feb 5, 12:10

Nine Taiwan banks which reportedly have agreed to provide a syndicated loan of NT$5 billion (US$148 million) to DRAM chipmaker ProMOS Technologies have postponed the lending process,...

Phison sets private placement; draws more investment from Kingston

Feb 4, 16:47

NAND flash controller IC designer Phison Electronics plans to issue new shares through private placement to raise additional capital and draw new strategic partners, the company has...

Kingston acts as guarantor for ProMOS loan

Feb 4, 12:24

Kingston Technology has agreed to act as a guarantor for ProMOS Technologies' application for a syndicated loan of NT$5 billion (US$148 million) from nine local banks, according to...

ProMOS sells property to Kingston

Stockwatch - Jan 22, 11:37

ProMOS Technologies, whose deadline for redeeming ECBs (euro convertible bonds) is nearing, has sold a piece of 8,362-square meter land, plust structures on it, to memory module specialist...

Kingston enters SSD market, targeting enterprise servers and notebooks

Jan 20, 17:07

Memory module maker Kingston Technology recently announced its entry in the solid-state drive (SSD) market. The products reportedly will be marketed in a a co-branding partnership...

Kingston enters SSD market

NAND flash controller supplier 3S expects to turn profitable in 1Q 2009

Jan 13, 16:51

Solid State System (3S), a NAND flash controller design house invested by Toshiba and Kingston Technology, said that mass production of its NAND flash controllers on a 43nm process...

3S general manager Hu Ting-chung

DRAM module makers increase prices; 1GB DDR2 quoted at US$10

Jan 9, 01:10

DRAM module makers Kingston Technology, Transcend Information, A-Data Technology and Power Quotient International (PQI) have increased their prices following the recent surge in DRAM...

No gains can be expected from DRAM monopoly, says Kingston co-founder David Sun

Dec 26, 15:55

Digitimes recently talked to David Sun, co-founder of US-based memory module maker Kingston Technology, about the DRAM industry and his advice for Taiwan's money-losing DRAM players...

Kingston co-founder David Sun

Kingston to enter SSD market via co-branding with Intel

Dec 24, 01:10

Memory-module maker Kingston Technology is looking to enter the solid-state drive (SSD) market by January 2009, via a co-branding partnership with Intel, the company has revealed.

Time for Taiwan DRAM makers to move forward, says Kingston

Nov 24, 15:26

David Sun, co-founder of Kingston Technology, recently stated that Taiwan's DRAM makers should be aware that now is the best time for Taiwan's DRAM industry to implement consolidation...

Kingston claims almost half of China DRAM module market

Nov 14, 12:33

Kingston Technology has expanded its presence in the DRAM module and NAND flash applications market in China. The memory-module maker has seen its market share in China rise to almost...

Kingston China

Kingston to build new plant in Taiwan in 2009

Nov 14, 01:05

Memory module maker Kingston Technology plans to expand production capacity in Taiwan next year to support growing shipments, the company has revealed.

Taiwan DRAM makers PSC and ProMOS get financial support from Elpida and Kingston

Nov 7, 01:10

Taiwan DRAM makers are looking for foreign support due to insufficient funds. Elpida Memory has decided to invest NT$3-4 billion (US$9.15-12.2 million), an about 5% stake in Powerchip...

Kingston top USB flash drive vendor in 2Q, Transcend No. 2, says research firm

Oct 17, 10:38

USB flash drive shipments increased to 39.96 million units in the second quarter of 2008, an increase of 9% from the previous quarter, according to Santa Clara Consulting Group.

Kingston sees surge in demand for NAND flash products in China

Oct 15, 01:10

Memory module maker Kingston Technology expects a staggering increase in shipments of NAND flash products in October as demand in China is growing strongly.

PTI to have record September sales with Kingston's strong orders; expects flat or increasing sales in 4Q

Oct 6, 15:23

Powertech Technology (PTI) has reported September sales of NT$2.7 billion (US$83.5 million), a company record, thanks to support from its largest shareholder Kingston Technology,...

Kingston takes 10% stake at NAND flash controller designer 3S

Aug 11, 11:03

NAND flash controller design house Solid State System (3S) announced that Kingston Technology has taken a 10% stake in the company via a private placement as expected. By forging...

Kingston rumored to be investing in NAND flash controller maker 3S

Aug 8, 01:00

Kingston Technology is said to be planning to subscribe to new shares issued by Solid State System (3S) – a NAND flash controller design house that is invested in by Toshiba...

PSC to see Kingston, PTI and ASE subscribe to its corporate bonds

Jul 30, 01:15

DRAM maker Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC) has revealed that memory module maker Kingston Technology will join packaging and testing houses Powertech Technology Incorporated...

Kingston said to be planning memory card price cut

Jul 29, 12:27

The consistent NAND flash price drop in the market has prompted Kingston Technology to prepare price cuts for its memory cards, which should spur fellow memory module makers to follow,...

Memory market shows signs of a rebound

Jun 6, 01:10

Demand in the memory market is showing signs of a rebound, with IC substrate supplier Kinsus Interconnect Technology and PCB maker Tripod Technology saying June-orders from the flash...

Memory card and USB drive markets not yet saturated, says Kingston

Jun 4, 12:04

Despite many industry players believing both the memory card and USB drive markets are saturated, Kingston Technology company president John Tu recently said substantial business...

Kingston co-founder John

Kingston co-founder: DRAM makers have no way out

Jun 3, 01:20

David Sun, co-founder of the number-one DRAM module company Kingston Technology, believes that no DRAM maker will voluntarily quit the market as they have no backdoor to exit. Even...

Kingston co-founder David Sun
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