News tagged memory module
Last update: Monday 14 April 2014 [172 news items]
Transcend January sales rise 15%
Feb 11, 11:08
Consolidated revenues at memory module manufacturer Transcend Information increased 15.1% sequentially to NT$2.44 billion (US$80.5 million) in January 2014, buoyed by brisk shipments...
Adata sees increased December revenues
Jan 8, 21:00
Memory module maker Adata on January 8 reported consolidated revenues of NT$2.893 billion (US$96.4 million) for December, rising 11.16% on month and 10.71% on year, according to the...
Adata, Transcend July sales decrease
Aug 12, 10:26
Memory module firms Adata Technology and Transcend Information have reported decreases in July consolidated revenues from the previous month of 13% and 14%, respectively.
Transcend, Silicon Power June sales up over 20%
Jul 10, 15:04
Transcend Information and Silicon Power Computer & Communications, two Taiwan-based memory module manufacturers with less focus on DRAM modules, have reported more than 20% sequential...
Apacer pursuing profit stability, says president
Apr 30, 11:45
Memory module firm Apacer Technology, which has already shifted its corporate focus away from the volatile DRAM market, will be dedicated to pursuing stable and long-term profitability,...
More flash drives transition to USB 3.0
Apr 12, 13:58
Many memory module makers have discontinued developing USB 2.0 flash drives since the second quarter, and now have new products all featuring the SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface, according...
Adata March revenues hit 31-month high
Apr 9, 13:52
Consolidated revenues at Adata Technology hit a 31-month high in March 2013, buoyed by a pick-up in demand for DRAM modules and NAND flash devices, according to the company.
Adata expects favorable DRAM prices for 2013
Feb 6, 12:33
The DRAM industry is set to become more consolidated in 2013 with solid fundamentals, which will help decrease the imbalance between supply and demand, according to memory module...
SSD maker CoreSolid Storage ceases operations
Dec 5, 22:04
CoreSolid Storage, a SSD joint venture between TDK and Power Quotient International (PQI), has suspended its operations due largely to fierce competition in the industrial-specific...
Transcend reports strong earnings for 3Q12
Newswatch - Oct 26, 10:40
Memory module maker Transcend Information has announced net profits of NT$931 million (US$31.8 million) on revenues of revenues of NT$6.68 billion for the third quarter of 2012. The...
Adata posts 15% sales drop in August
Sep 7, 01:40
Adata Technology has reported an about 15% sequential decrease in revenues for August 2012. The memory module maker revealed that sales of its standard module products declined substantially,...
Transcend to roll out eMMC 4.41 devices
Jul 12, 01:45
DRAM module maker Transcend Information plans to roll out embedded MMC (eMMC) devices supporting eMMC 4.41 standards targeting niche market applications, according to the company.
Transcend June sales up almost 10%
Jul 9, 14:22
Memory module maker Transcend Information saw its June revenues increase almost 10% sequential thanks to stabilizing memory chip prices. Revenues saw on-month growth for the second...
Adata, Transcend report healthy profits for 1Q12
Apr 27, 11:28
Memory module makers Adata Technology and Transcend Information both have reported healthy earnings for the first quarter of 2012 despite irregular supply of hard disc drives, according...
Phison, Transcend post sales growth in March
Apr 10, 15:31
Memory module firm Transcend Information, which puts more emphasis on its NAND flash products, saw its March revenues grow 7.5% sequentially while revenues at Phison Electronics,...
Adata pursues profit growth in 2012
Apr 6, 01:15
Adata Technology will focus on its profit performance in 2012, looking to expand its high-margin operations, according to the memory module maker.
Adata February sales up 16%
Mar 13, 11:30
Memory module firm Adata Technology has reported a sequential rise in February revenues of 15.8%. Sales of non-DRAM modules accounted for 55.7% of company revenues in the month.
Kingston to slash NAND flash product prices
Feb 3, 11:37
Memory module firm Kingston Technology reportedly plans to cut prices for all of its NAND flash products, including USB drives, memory cards and SSDs, by as much as 15%, according...