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  • Last update: Tuesday 1 July 2014 [334 news items]

Nanya and Inotera 50nm yield rates reach over 60%, says paper

Newswatch - Oct 2, 16:56

The first batch of DRAM chips taped out from Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories utilizing a 50nm-class process has generated a yield rate of over 60%, the Chinese-language Economic...

DDR2 spot prices hit US$2 earlier than expected

Sep 28, 11:41

Recent spot prices for DDR2 1Gb 800MHz chips climbed to US$2, according to DRAMeXchange. The growth momentum accelerated faster than previously expected, and may enable upstream memory...

Nanya to raise capital through rights issue

Stockwatch - Sep 25, 14:19

The board of directors of Nanya Technology has approved a plan to raise capital through rights issue to fund equipment purchase for its 12-inch Fab-3A and repay corporate bonds, according...

DDR2 spot prices approaching US$2 faster than expected

Sep 25, 14:03

Spot prices for 1G DDR2 chips are approaching US$2 faster than expected, as major Taiwan-based suppliers are experiencing issues ramping up their production, according to industry...

Nanya claims patent lawsuit victory over LSI

Stockwatch - Sep 23, 15:28

Nanya Technology has said that the US International Trade Commission (ITC) on September 21 made an initial determination in favor of the company in a patent infringement case filed...

Memory backend supplier Walton says DRAM demand picking up

Sep 21, 11:53

Walton Advanced Engineering, a Taiwan-based memory packaging and testing house, expects monthly revenues to grow sequentially through November, according to the company. The backend...

DDR2 spot pricing to hit US$2, says Nanya VP

Sep 18, 15:31

Spot pricing for 1Gb DDR2 chips is likely to reach US$2 after October, as the supply will continue to lag demand, according to Pai Pei-Lin, vice president and spokesperson of Nanya...

Nanya spokesperson Pei-Lin Pai

Taiwan DRAM makers still struggling as competitors turning a profit

Sep 10, 12:18

Hynix Semiconductor will be the second among DRAM makers to swing back to profitability in the third quarter of 2009, followed by Micron Technology and Elpida Memory in 2010, according...

Nanya and Inotera see better August

Sep 3, 16:04

DRAM maker Nanya Technology has announced revenues of NT$3.65 billion (US$111 million) for August 2009, and saw the on-year growth improve to negative 8% compared to double-digit...

DDR2 spot pricing hits US$1.50

Aug 20, 10:41

DDR2 spot pricing has continued its rally to surpass US$1.50, coming closer or even meeting suppliers' cost levels, according to industry sources. The price hike may cause PC OEMs...

Elpida DRAM sales soar in 2Q09, says iSuppli

Aug 20, 01:00

Japan's Elpida Memory was the star of the global DRAM market in the second quarter, with a robust increase in its pricing causing its revenue to surge by 50% from the first quarter,...

Taiwan Memory may fail, says Inotera executive VP

Aug 17, 15:04

Taiwan Memory Company (TMC), a Taiwan government-funded memory company partnering with Japan-based Elpida Memory, may not succeed in revitalizing Taiwan's ailing memory-chip industry,...

DDR3 prices up by double-digits in 1H August, says DRAMeXchange

Aug 10, 15:58

The average contract price of 1Gb DDR3 chips has continued to rally to US$1.50 in the first half of August, up 11.9% sequentially, according to data gathered by DRAMeXchange. Thanks...

Inotera loss narrows in 2Q09, on track to migrate to 50nm

Aug 7, 11:57

Inotera Memories, a joint venture between Micron Technology and Nanya Technology, saw its net loss for second-quarter 2009 narrow to NT$4.11 billion (US$125 million) compared to a...

Inotera president Charles Kao

Nanya reports narrower loss for 2Q09 with ASPs up 31%

Aug 6, 16:11

Nanya Technology has announced revenues for the second quarter ended June 30, 2009 increased 31% sequentially to NT$8.09 billion (US$247 million), with the net loss narrowing to NT$6.55...

DRAM revenues up 27% in 2Q09, says DRAMeXchange

Aug 5, 14:01

DRAM revenues grew 27.1% sequentially to US$4.04 billion in the second quarter of 2009, when the average price at the contract market went up by 23%, according to DRAMeXchange, which...

MOEA confirms financial-aid application submitted by Taiwan Memory

Aug 5, 11:58

An application on behalf of Taiwan Memory Company (TMC) has been submitted to Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) seeking government funding, according to Taiwan's vice economic...

John Hsuan

Nanya and Inotera post double-digit sequential revenue growth in July

Aug 4, 15:31

DRAM makers Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories have posted double-digit sequential revenue growth for July 2009, thanks to rising chip ASPs and improved shipments.

Nanya set to resume normal stock trading

Newswatch - Jul 29, 12:12

Nanya Technology is expected to resume trading under normal conditions on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) on August 26, following measures to reduce its capital, according to the...

PTI, FATC to see growing sales proportions from DDR3

Jul 28, 17:12

Memory packaging and testing houses Powertech Technology (PTI) and Formosa Advanced Technologies Company (FATC) are expected to see growing sales contributions from the DDR3 segment...

Samsung to raise DDR2 prices, sources claim

Jul 28, 15:10

Samsung Electronics is mulling raising the quote for its 1Gb DDR2 chips to US$1.50, as it is revising its pricing strategy, according to industry sources in Taiwan.

Taiwan DRAM makers may see 2Q09 losses narrow

Jul 27, 14:21

Taiwan's major DRAM chipmakers – Inotera Memories, Nanya Technology, Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC) and ProMOS Technologies – are expected to see combined losses...

Nanya to raise DRAM contract prices by 5-10%, says paper

Newswatch - Jul 20, 14:58

Nanya Technology plans to raise DDR2 contract prices by 5-10% in July after concluding negotiations with PC OEMs, a Chinese-language Econonic Daily News report cited company...

Inotera to issue GDRs to fund 50nm transition

Jul 17, 09:53

Inotera Memories' board of directors has decided to issue GDRs equivalent to a total of up to 800 million stocks in order to raise around NT$10 billion (US$303.81 million). The funding...

Taiwan DRAM makers to keep capex low for 2009

Jul 16, 11:28

Taiwan DRAM makers are expected to keep their capex budgets low for 2009, even as the industry recovers from a prolonged slump, according to market watchers. Nanya Technology and...

Inotera reschedules 2Q09 investors conference

Stockwatch - Jul 15, 12:19

Inotera Memories has announced the company's second-quarter investors conference will be held on August 6, according its company filing with the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE). Along...

Nanya and Inotera unlikely to secure NT$20-30 billion fund from government, says official

Jul 10, 16:56

The goal of establishing Taiwan Memory Company (TMC) should not be seen as an opportunity for local Taiwan DRAM chipmakers to apply for government funding, according to Taiwan's Economic...

Nanya, Inotera sales down in June

Jul 8, 16:50

DRAM makers Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories have reported larger revenue declines on year for June 2009, with the former ending its run of sequential growth.

Nanya Technology to see revenues down in June despite DRAM price hikes, sources say

Jul 3, 14:07

Despite recent hikes of DRAM contract prices, Nanya Technology is expected to see revenues decline sequentially in June as the company has adopted a policy of not accepting orders...

DDR3 contract prices to grow on launch of ultra-thin notebooks, says DRAMeXchange

Jul 2, 15:51

Contract prices for DDR3 chips seen in more ultra-thin notebooks are expected to rise 5-10% in July, according to DRAMeXchange. The research firm expects promotions of Intel-based...

DRAM maker Nanya raises over NT$12 billion

Jun 26, 16:39

Taiwan-based DRAM chipmaker Nanya Technology on June 26 announced that it has raised additional capital of NT$12.22 billion (US$371.31 million) through private placement.

Nanya PCB expects strong 2H09 on CE demand

Jun 24, 14:42

Nan Ya Printed Circuit Board (NPC) has forecast its revenue ratio between the first and second halves of 2009 may be between 30:70 and 40:60, according to company president Otto Chang...

chang

PTI tougher on payment terms for DRAM customers

Jun 22, 14:35

Taiwan's Powertech Technology (PTI), a memory packaging and testing specialist, has tightened the payment terms for its Taiwan-based DRAM customers to mitigate against the impact...

Inotera aims to complete DRAM transition to 50nm by end of 2010

Jun 22, 12:04

Inotera Memories is on track to migrate to Micron Technology's 50nm stack for its 2Gb DDR3 chips, according to company president Charles Kao. The DRAM chipmaker, a joint venture between...

Nanya gets approval to cut capital

Newswatch - Jun 18, 13:38

Nanya Technology has received approval from Taiwan's Financial Supervision Commission (FSC) to reduce its capital by 66.43% to NT$15.76 billion (US$479.03 million). The DRAM maker...

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