217 news items tagged memory module
Adata August revenues up, Transcend downMonday 14 September 2015
Adata Technology saw its August 2015 revenues increase 6.9% sequentially while fellow memory module company Transcend Information's revenues decreased about 9% on month.
Adata slips into the redThursday 13 August 2015
Memory module maker Adata Technology swung to net losses of NT$266 million (US$8.3 million) in the second quarter of 2015 on sluggish PC demand and falling chip prices.
Adata, Transcend post revenue growth in JulyTuesday 11 August 2015
Memory module firms Adata Technology and Transcend Information have reported sequential increases in July consolidated revenues at 3.9% and 6.7%, respectively.
Adata June revenues rise, Transcend flatThursday 9 July 2015
Adata Technology saw its June revenues increase 2.9% sequentially while fellow memory module company Transcend Information's revenues stayed flat on month.
Memory module maker Adata reports decreased sales for AprilTuesday 12 May 2015
Memory module maker Adata Technology has reported revenues of NT$1.715 billion (US$55.78 million) for April, decreasing 17.23% sequentially and 31.75% on year due largely to seasonal...
Transcend 1Q15 sales down, but gross margin upMonday 4 May 2015
Memory module maker Transcend Information has reported consolidated revenues for the first quarter of 2015 declined about 9.8% from a year ago to NT$6.13 billion (US$199.5 million)...
Transcend 2014 profits climb to 5-year highMonday 16 March 2015
Memory module company Transcend Information has reported a net EPS of NT$8.67 (US$0.27) for 2014, up 16.8% on year and hitting the highest level in five years. The company plans to...
Transcend reports decreased revenues for JanuaryTuesday 10 February 2015
Memory module company Transcend Information has announced consolidated revenues of NT$2.11 billion (US$66.9 million) for January 2015, down 4.6% on month and 13.6% on year.
Prices for 256GB SSDs to fall below US$70, says Apacer executiveThursday 22 January 2015
Prices for 256GB SSDs will likely fall below US$70 in the second half of 2015, while prices for 128GB drives will reach a sweet spot of US$40, according to Apacer Technology general...
Adata December revenues up, Transcend downTuesday 13 January 2015
Consolidated revenues at Adata Technology increased 7.9% sequentially in December 2014 while fellow memory module company Transcend Information saw its December sales decrease 2.4%...
Kingston uses Marvell controllers for PCIe SSDMonday 12 January 2015
Kingston Technology has adopted Marvell's controller ICs for its high-end PCIe SSD series set for launch in February 2015, according to the memory module vendor.
Embedded memory module maker InnoDisk eyeing IoT, Big Data applicationsFriday 19 December 2014
Taiwan-based NAND flash and industrial DRAM memory module provider Innodisk will further expand its production lines for industrial DRAM products for IoT (Internet of Things) and...
Transcend November sales drop 9%Wednesday 10 December 2014
Consolidated sales at memory module firm Transcend Information declined 9.2% on month to NT$2.27 billion (US$72.6 million) in November 2014.
Adata profit shrinks in 3Q14Monday 10 November 2014
Memory module maker Adata Technology saw its net profit decline 67.8% sequentially in the third quarter of 2014 due to unfavorable chip prices.
China market: SSD prices drop sharply, say memory module makersFriday 26 September 2014
SSD (solid-state drive) prices in the China market have drastically fallen, with prices for a 128GB model dropping to US$50-55 and those for a 256GB model to below US$100, according...
G.SKILL Officially Announces Ripjaws 4 Series DDR4 Memory Kits - Extreme Speed Available Up to DDR4 3200MHzWednesday 27 August 2014
G.SKILL International Co., Ltd., the leading high performance memory designer and manufacturer, has revealed the long awaited next generation Ripjaws 4 series DDR4 memory kits! Featuring...
Transcend March revenues up on month but down on yearMonday 14 April 2014
Memory module maker Transcend Information has reported revenues of NT$2.32 billion (US$77.24 million) for March, up 13.6% sequentially but down 11.7% on year. For the first quarter...
OSE denies rumor of acquisition by memory module makerThursday 6 March 2014
Packaging and testing firm Orient Semiconductor Electronics (OSE) has denied local media reports indicating that it will be acquired by a dedicated memory module vendor, according...
Transcend January sales rise 15%Tuesday 11 February 2014
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 revenuesWednesday 8 January 2014
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...
DRAM supply to remain tight through 1Q14, says Adata chairmanThursday 2 January 2014
The global supply of DRAM will stay tight through the first quarter of 2014, due to SK Hynix' continued production shortfalls, according to Simon Chen, chairman and CEO of memory...
Adata, Transcend post profit drops in 3Q13Friday 15 November 2013
Memory module firms Adata Technology and Transcend Information both saw their third-quarter net profits register double-digit sequential decreases.
InnoDisk to ramp up flash storage device capacity by 50% in 2014Friday 8 November 2013
Memory storage device maker InnoDisk plans to ramp up its production capacity by 50% to 700,000-800,000 units a month by the end of March 2014, with the increased capacity targeting...
Second-tier memory module makers see 2Q13 profits shrinkThursday 15 August 2013
Memory module makers Silicon Power Computer and Communications, Apacer Electronics, and Panram International have reported reduced profits for the second quarter of 2013, while fellow...
Adata, Transcend July sales decreaseMonday 12 August 2013
Memory module firms Adata Technology and Transcend Information have reported decreases in July consolidated revenues from the previous month of 13% and 14%, respectively.