278 news items tagged Nanya Technology
Tsinghua Unigroup to build own DRAM fab, says reportTuesday 2 February 2016
China's state-backed Tsinghua Unigroup reportedly plans to build its own DRAM fab and invite Micron Technology to be a shareholder of the fab, according to a report by Taiwan's Central...
Kingston to buy NT$3 billion worth of Nanya shares, says reportWednesday 13 January 2016
Memory module vendor Kingston Technology has subscribed to NT$3 billion (US$89.8 million) worth of new shares released by DRAM chipmaker Nanya Technology through a private placement,...
Nanya Technology to issue 320 million new shares at discountThursday 24 December 2015
Nanya Technology has set the price of 320 million new shares to be released soon at NT$36.50 (US$1.11) per unit. The price represents a discount of 26.34% compared to the company's...
Nanya fundraiser reportedly to attract Kingston, Adata, says paperMonday 21 December 2015
Memory module firms Kingston Technology and Adata Technology are looking to participate in DRAM maker Nanya Technology's upcoming capital increment plan, according to a recent Chinese-language...
Micron to acquire Inotera remaining sharesMonday 14 December 2015
Micron Technology and Inotera Memories have signed an agreement for Micron to acquire Inotera's remaining shares for consideration worth NT$30 (approximately US$0.92) per share, according...
Inotera, Nanya report decreased November revenuesMonday 7 December 2015
November revenues at both Inotera Memories and Nanya Technology declined reflecting continued falls in DRAM chip prices.
Inotera to appoint new chairmanMonday 2 November 2015
Inotera Memories will hold a regular board meeting in mid-November to elect a new chairman to replace Charles Kau, according to a company's post on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE).
Nanya to raise capital for 20nm transitionTuesday 13 October 2015
Nanya Technology plans to raise capital and draw strategic partners by the end of 2015, according to company president Pei Ing Lee.
Inotera, Nanya report decreased September revenuesMonday 12 October 2015
DRAM chipmakers Inotera Memories and Nanya Technology have both reported revenue decreases for September 2015.
Nanya August revenues up, Inotera downMonday 7 September 2015
Nanya Technology saw its August revenues increase around 2% sequentially while fellow DRAM company Inotera Memories' revenues fell nearly 5%.
Nanya July revenues rise, Inotera flatFriday 7 August 2015
Nanya Technology saw its July revenues increase 2.4% sequentially while fellow DRAM company Inotera Memories' revenues stayed almost flat.
Inotera, Nanya report decreased revenues for 2Q15Monday 13 July 2015
Revenues at DRAM chipmakers Inotera Memories and Nanya Technology continued to fall in June 2015 dragging down their revenues for the second quarter.
Nanya likely to draw investment from KingstonThursday 11 June 2015
Nanya Technology is likely to attract investment from Kingston Technology through fund raising scheduled for the second half of 2015, according to industry sources.
Nanya enjoys brisk orders for LPDDR2 DRAM, says reportWednesday 20 May 2015
Nanya Technology has landed a pull-in of orders for low-power DDR2 DRAM chips which will buoy the company's performance in the second half of 2015, according to a recent Chinese-language...
Nanya looks to draw strategic partnersTuesday 12 May 2015
Nanya Technology expects to draw strategic partners through fund raising, and is confident that its profits for 2015 will remain impressive, according to company chairman Wu Chia-c...
Taiwan DRAM makers post mixed April resultsWednesday 6 May 2015
Nanya Technology saw its April revenues decline 4% sequentially while fellow DRAM company Inotera Memories' sales increased 1.3% on month.
China unlikely to develop home-grown DRAM technology within five years, say Nanya and InoteraMonday 4 May 2015
Responding to China's ambitions to step into the memory industry, Inotera Memories and Nanya Technology both believe that it is unlikely China can develop home-grown DRAM technology...
DRAM makers Nanya, Inotera post mixed March resultsMonday 13 April 2015
Nanya Technology saw its March revenues increase 2.9% on month while fellow DRAM company Inotera Memories' revenues decreased 5.6%.
Rise in Ultra HD TV penetration to drive DRAM market growth, says Nanya presidentFriday 13 March 2015
The global DRAM market will register sequential growth in the second quarter of 2015, buoyed by the rising penetration rate for Ultra HD TVs and set-top boxes (STBs), as well as demand...
Nanya to pour NT$40 billion into technology transitionFriday 13 March 2015
DRAM chipmaker Nanya Technology plans to invest a total of NT$40 billion (US$1.3 billion) to transition its production to a 20nm process node, according to company president Charles...
Nanya revenues drop in FebruaryFriday 6 March 2015
Nanya Technology Corporation has reported consolidated revenues of NT$3.965 billion (US$126.12 million) for February 2015, representing a 0.46% drop on month and 4.67% drop on year...
Inotera, Nanya report decreased revenues for JanuaryMonday 9 February 2015
DRAM chipmakers Inotera Memories and Nanya Technology have both reported sequential decreases in consolidated revenues for January 2015, due to falling DRAM prices.
Samsung reportedly to expand DRAM capacityWednesday 28 January 2015
Samsung will build additional DRAM production capacity during 2015, which may create uncertainty for the industry bit supply growth and pricing, according to industry sources.
SanDisk reportedly looking for mobile DRAM supplierMonday 26 January 2015
SanDisk is reportedly looking for a partner in Taiwan to secure a steady supply of mobile DRAM memory, with Nanya Technology being identified as the target.
Inotera, Nanya report increased revenues for DecemberMonday 12 January 2015
DRAM chipmakers Inotera Memories and Nanya Technology have reported increases in December consolidated revenues from the previous month of 6.8% and 1.6%, respectively.