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Nanya, Inotera losses continue in November

Dec 13, 10:35

Taiwan-based DRAM makers Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories continued to see net losses in November, losing NT$3.302 billion (US$113 million) and NT$1.448 billion, respectively,...

Memory chip makers post mixed results for November

Dec 4, 22:09

DRAM makers Nanya Technology, Inotera Memories and Powerchip Technology have posted mixed results for November. Nanya led its fellow companies and saw its revenues rally 19% sequentially...

Stocks of Taiwan DRAM makers face downgrade or delisting

Nov 1, 15:32

Trading of Powerchip Technology shares will be suspended on Taiwan's over-the-counter (OTC) securities market around the middle of December, while shares of fellow DRAM company Inotera...

DRAM contract prices to fall at slower rate

Oct 30, 13:57

Contract prices for DRAM memory are expected to fall less significantly in November, with the possibility of flat growth, according to Taiwan-based chipmaker Nanya Technology.

Nanya, Inotera see losses widen in 3Q12

Oct 24, 22:15

Nanya Technology saw its net losses widen to NT$10.09 billion (US$344.04 million) or NT$0.64 per share in the third quarter of 2012, while fellow company Inotera Memories posted a...

Nanya Technology, Inotera to receive new financing to move to 30nm process, say sources

Oct 22, 13:21

DRAM makers Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories are expected to receive new financing of up to NT$10 billion (US$341.5 million) each, which will help stabilize their financial operations,...

Proportion of DRAM output for PC use to fall to below 50% in 2012, say Taiwan makers

Oct 15, 13:42

The proportion of DRAM output for PC use is expected to drop to less than 50% in 2012 due to fast growing demand for Mobile RAM used in smartphones and tablets as well as DRAM used...

Nanya, Rexchip said to be planning workforce adjustments

Oct 4, 14:24

Following reports that ProMOS Technologies plans to cut as many as 1,300 employees at its 12-inch wafer plant in Taichung, central Taiwan, fellow DRAM companies Nanya Technology and...

Nanya, Inotera post revenue decreases in August

Sep 4, 01:10

Taiwan-based DRAM memory maker Nanya Technology saw revenues decline about 12% from a year ago in August 2012 while revenues at Inotera Memories slid 7% on year.

Nanya eyeing investment from IC design firm

Aug 29, 14:51

Nanya Technology plans to issue new shares through a private placement to raise additional capital, with an affiliate of parent company the Formosa Plastic Group committed to subscribing...

Nanya seeking strategic partners

Nanya, Inotera July revenues down sequentially, Powerchip sees growth

Aug 6, 10:57

DRAM makers Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories had revenues for July decreasing on month by 21.16% and 7.22% respectively, while fellow maker Powerchip Technology saw on-month...

Nanya Technology unveils 8Gb QDP DDR3 based on TSV 3D IC technology

Jul 19, 01:20

Nanya Technology debuted prototype 8Gb QDP (quad-die package) DDR3 based on in-house-developed via-middle TSV (through silicon via) 3D IC technology at a July 18 investors conferen...

FATC 3Q12 revenues to rise 10%

Jul 18, 01:45

Formosa Advanced Technologies (FATC), which provides backend services mainly for Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories, is expected to post sales growth of 10% sequentially in the...

DRAM makers Nanya, Inotera report sequential revenue declines for June

Jul 5, 01:55

DRAM makers Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories both have reported sequential revenue declines for June, with Nanya seeing its revenues drop 4.4% to NT$3.27 billion in the month,...

Nanya Technology expects over 60% of revenues from specialty DRAM at end of 2012

Jun 13, 01:10

DRAM maker Nanya Technology has shifted business focus from standard DRAM to specialty DRAM consisting of consumer DRAM, server DRAM and mobile RAM and expects the proportion of its...

Nanya spokesperson Pai Pei-lin

Micron CEO visits Taiwan

May 31, 01:10

Micron Technology president and CEO Mark Durcan is expected to attend Inotera's shareholder's meeting on May 31. Durcan is likely to meet up with executives from Powerchip to discuss...

Mark Durcan, CEO of Micron

Irony abounds in 1Q12 DRAM market as Elpida dethrones Micron from third rank, says IHS

May 24, 16:22

In one of the more ironic developments ever to transpire in the DRAM market, now bankrupt Elpida Memory in the first quarter managed to outperform the overall industry and its close...

Nanya Technology sees 9-month highest revenues in February

Stockwatch - Mar 5, 10:01

DRAM maker Nanya Technology has reported revenues of NT$3.245 billion (NT$109 million) for February, the highest monthly level since June 2011.

Elpida bankruptcy set to boost DRAM prices and revenues, says IHS

Mar 3, 10:48

Elpida Memory's move to file bankruptcy protection this week will benefit the remaining players in the DRAM market, reducing supply and boosting pricing and revenues in the second...

Inotera mulls NT$10 billion syndicated loan

Feb 23, 15:02

Inotera Memories is considering raising another NT$10 billion (US$338 million) by April via a syndicated loan. The statement was made when the company announced that its planned private...

Inotera to raise additional capital through private placement and syndicated loan

DRAM firms expected to post narrower losses in 1Q12

Feb 22, 12:24

With DRAM prices stabilizing and starting to rise, chip suppliers that operated in the red in the fourth quarter of 2011 are expected to see their quarterly losses narrow sequentially...

Recent rally in DRAM prices to enable firms report smaller losses for 1Q12

DRAM firms scale up production slightly

Feb 17, 01:25

With DRAM prices stabilizing, chip suppliers have restored some of the capacity left idle previously, according to industry sources. Companies including Elpida Memory and Nanya Technology...

DRAM firms scaling up output

DRAM contract prices set to rise in February, says Nanya

Feb 14, 11:55

DRAM contract prices are set to trend upward in February driven by continued strength in the spot market, Nanya Technology has said. The firm added it is negotiating higher prices...

DRAM contract prices to rise

Nanya reducing exposure in PC DRAM market

Jan 20, 01:20

DRAM maker Nanya Technology has seen sales of products for non-PC applications account for 50% of company revenues. The proportion is expected to further expand in 2012.

Total losses at Nanya and Inotera hit historic high

Jan 19, 01:05

Total losses in 2011 of Taiwan-based DRAM firms Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories reached NT$60.883 billion (US$2.03 billion), the largest in Taiwan's DRAM history. Nanya indicated...

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Nanya claims no knowledge of reported tie-up with Elpida

Dec 22, 15:21

Nanya Technology on December 22 dismissed a recent report that claimed the company would be engaged in talks with Elpida Memory on a potential tie-up. Nanya said it was not aware...

DRAM spot prices improve

Dec 15, 14:20

DRAM spot prices have surged over 10% recently due in part to efforts by chip suppliers including Hynix Semiconductor and Micron Technology to defend their prices on the spot market,...

DRAM contract prices have little room for further drops, says Nanya VP

Dec 13, 14:16

Contract quotes for DRAM chips are unlikely to drop further in December although demand for memory products has remained sluggish, partly due to the shortage of HHDs caused by the...

Nanya to sign with Intellectual Ventures for lawsuit war against Elpida

Nov 30, 11:42

DRAM maker Nanya Technology is looking to sign with Intellectual Ventures (IV) for assistance in DRAM patents to enhance its defensive strength in its patent infringement lawsuit...

Nanya files ITC complaint against Elpida

Nov 22, 11:14

Nanya Technology has filed a complaint against rival Elpida Memory with the International Trade Commission, asking the agency to bar the US imports of Elpida's DRAM chips that infringe...

Nanya fundraiser backed by parent company

Stockwatch - Nov 18, 01:10

Nanya Technology has announced that four affiliates of parent company Formosa Plastic Group will subscribe to its new shares through a private placement, according to a company filing...

Taiwan-based DRAM makers may suffer total loss of over NT$80 billion in 2011

Nov 15, 01:15

Powerchip Technology, Nanya Technology, Inotera Memories and ProMOS Technologies, four Taiwan-based DRAM makers, may suffer a total net loss of more than NT$80 billion (US$2.67 billion)...

FATC gains orders for onboard DRAM, says report

Newswatch - Oct 25, 11:26

Memory backend service provider Formosa Advanced Technologies (FATC) has grabbed testing orders for onboard DRAM products used in ultrabooks, according to a Chinese-language Commercial...

Powerchip 3Q11 loss widens

Oct 20, 11:56

Losses have widened at Taiwan-based Powerchip Technology amid persisting oversupply of DRAM chips and dramatic price drops.

Nanya Technology, Inotera cut 2011 capex budgets to NT$12 billion

Oct 20, 01:30

Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories have reduced the 2011 capex budgets to NT$12 billion each, according to the companies at their respective investors conferences on October 19.

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