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Suppliers see better DRAM, NAND flash markets in 2012

Mar 29, 15:01

The global supply for DRAM memory in 2012 will be less than the average level of supply over the past years, hence the industry is likely to get rid of oversupply problems in the...

Flash module vendors decline shipments at low prices

Mar 26, 10:16

As NAND flash prices have kept falling since the end of 2011 due to oversupply, Taiwan-based vendors of flash memory have suffered continued drops in prices of flash cards and pen...

Memory prices almost at bottom, says Transcend chairman

Mar 23, 01:30

Prices for DRAM and NAND flash memory chips are "almost at rock bottom" and have little room for further drops, according to Transcend Information chairman Peter Shu. In...

Transcend 2011 profits up almost 100% despite revenue drop

Transition to USB 3.0 to spur NAND flash demand for memory cards and drives

Mar 20, 01:40

Early March contract prices for NAND flash memory saw a slight decreases to flat growth, mainly due to sluggish demand for memory cards and USB drives. However, with storage devices...

Asia-Pacific market: Kingston DRAM module shipments up 20% in 2011

Mar 16, 01:25

Kingston Technology saw its DRAM module shipments in the Asia Pacific area increase 20% in 2011, despite the unfavorable market conditions constraining many of its fellow rivals'...

Kingston

China market: Distributors gearing up to replenish NAND flash inventory

Mar 16, 01:10

With the China government about to end its crackdown on the smuggling of NAND flash products, distributors in the local channel market are gearing up to rebuild inventory which will...

Demand for NAND flash products rising in China

Hynix Wuxi plant to begin NAND flash production

Mar 15, 01:15

After Samsung's recent announcement that it plans to set up a 12-inch wafer plant in China, South Korea-based Hynix has indicated its Wuxi factory in China will switch production...

iPad to dominate sales of NAND flash in tablets through 2015, IHS says

Mar 14, 12:18

With its leading market share position and high memory usage, Apple's iPad is set to continue to dominate worldwide demand for NAND flash in media tablets at least through the year...

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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.

Adata makes advance payment to Rexchip to ensure smooth DRAM supply

Toshiba starts mass production of 19nm NAND flash

Feb 24, 14:01

Toshiba has developed a 3-bit-per-cell 128Gb chip, which entered mass production using the company's 19nm process technology earlier in February 2012, according to the NAND flash...

Early February NAND flash prices slip, says DRAMeXchange

Feb 20, 14:44

With buyers slowing down their purchases after the Lunar New Year holiday, contract prices for NAND flash chips saw slight decreases in the first half of February, according to DRA...

NAND flash market to expand surpassing DRAM in 2012, says IC Insights

Feb 13, 15:17

Of the 33 major IC product categories defined by the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS), 27 categories will enjoy growth in 2012 with 11 segments set to grow better than...

Macronix announces SLC NAND flash for embedded applications

Feb 10, 01:00

Macronix International has announced its first single-level cell (SLC) NAND flash memory. Dubbed MX30LF, the new SLC NAND family is designed for code and data storage in a wide range...

Macronix first SLC NAND family

More Taiwan makers stepping into NAND flash production

Feb 9, 14:19

Winbond Electronics has revealed plans to venture into the manufacture of NAND flash memory, joining fellow Taiwan-based memory makers Powerchip Technology and Macronix Internation...

SanDisk cuts retail product prices

Feb 7, 01:05

Following reports that Kingston Technology is cutting prices for all of its NAND flash products in the retail market by as much as 15%, SanDisk has also adjusted downward prices for...

SanDisk

Global 4Q11 NAND flash market registers 8.6% decline, says DRAMeXchange

Feb 4, 16:30

The worldwide NAND flash memory market posted revenues of US$4.89 billion in the fourth quarter of 2011, down 8.6% sequentially, according to DRAMeXchange. Samsung Electronics remained...

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...

Kingston

Hynix posts second straight quarterly loss

Feb 2, 11:56

Memory chip maker Hynix Semiconductor has posted its second straight quarterly loss in the fourth quarter. The company swung into the red in 2011 with revenues down 14% from a year...

Elpida develops resistance RAM prototype

Jan 30, 11:20

Elpida Memory has announced that the company has developed its first-ever high-speed non-volatile resistance memory (ReRAM) prototype, jointly with Japan's New Energy and Industrial...

Kinsus sees 2011 revenues up 15% on-year

Jan 19, 01:10

Taiwan-based IC substrate maker Kinsus Interconnect Technology reported 2011 total revenues of NT$16.871 billion (US$563 million), up 15.05% on year. Kinsus' fourth-quarter 2011 revenues...

Early January NAND flash prices flat as buyers wait-and-see

Jan 18, 13:39

With buyers taking a wait-and-see approach prior the Lunar New Year holiday, contract prices for NAND flash chips saw slight decreases to flat growth in the first half of January,...

NAND flash demand to soar in 2012 due to eMMC, SSD, Wi-Fi mobile storage

Jan 16, 11:04

Global demand for NAND flash is expected to drastically increase due to fast growing demand for eMMCs, SSDs (solid-state drives) and Wi-Fi wireless mobile storage devices, according...

Phison to mass ship 55nm-made chips in 2Q12

Jan 13, 01:25

NAND flash device controller supplier Phison Electronics is set to begin mass shipments of its 55nm-made products in the second quarter of 2012, according to company chairman Khein...

Phison chairman Khein Seng Pua

Samsung to expand NAND flash lead with new China plant

Jan 5, 16:10

Samsung Electronics' application to set up a new NAND flash wafer plant in China reportedly has been approved by the South Korea government, which industry sources believe will enhance...

NAND flash consumption in handsets rising

Jan 3, 16:09

Mobile handsets will consume as high as 50% of the total supply of NAND flash memory in the first quarter of 2012, buoyed by demand from smartphones, according to DRAMeXchange.

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Elpida, Toshiba reportedly in integration talks

Jan 3, 01:05

Rumors spread recently that memory chipmakers Elpida Memory and Toshiba are in talks to integrate business operations, with the Japan government playing a key role in making it happen...

High-capacity flash supply to run tight in 2012

Dec 29, 12:31

Sources at memory makers expect demand for high-capacity NAND flash memory to outstrip supply in 2012 due to strong demand for SSD and embedded storage applications. However, oversupply...

Memory spot market still weak, says inSpectrum

Dec 26, 10:03

After experiencing a sharp and sudden rise the previous week, average prices for mainstream DRAM in the spot market dropped slightly last week (December 19-23) with demand turning...

Silicon Motion gearing up for USB 3.0, eMMC controllers

Dec 20, 14:21

Silicon Motion will soon introduce a lineup of its USB 3.0 controller chips, and is eyeing to be among the top-3 players in the market segment in 2012, according to company president...

Silicon Motion president and CEO Wallace Kou

NAND flash prices stable in 1H December

Dec 19, 13:54

Early December contract prices for mainstream 32Gb NAND flash memory remained unchanged while those for 64Gb parts saw a narrower decrease, according to data posted on DRAMeXchange...

Chip equipment spending to decline following two years of growth, says Gartner

Dec 16, 15:53

Worldwide semiconductor capital equipment spending is expected to total US$51.7 billion in 2012, a 19.5% decline from projected 2011 spending of US$64.2 billion, according to Gartn...

Slow demand continues through year-end season in memory market, says inSpectrum

Dec 12, 14:48

Traditional year-end demand did not come in the DRAM spot market in 2011 with the overall mainstream products experiencing a downhill trend this week (December 2-9), according to...

Samsung seeking approval to build chip plant in China

Dec 8, 01:10

Samsung Electronics has issued a statement disclosing plans to set up a flash memory chip plant in China.

Micron, Intel unveil 20nm 128Gb NAND flash

Dec 7, 10:09

Intel and Micron Technology have jointly announced a 20nm, 128Gb multilevel-cell (MLC) NAND falsh device. The companies also announced mass production of their 20nm 64Gb NAND.

Intel reasserts semiconductor market leadership in 2011, says IHS

Dec 2, 11:16

After three years of seeing its dominant position in the global semiconductor market whittled away by aggressive competition from Samsung Electronics, Intel is set to reverse the...

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    New Toshiba embedded NAND flash memory modules

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    Photo: Company, Nov 11.

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