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DRAM pricing to plunge in rest of 2011, says IHS

Aug 30, 10:10

A dramatic oversupply and freefalling prices are in store during the third quarter for the DRAM space, resulting in a turbulent second half for besieged DRAM suppliers, according...

Powerchip reportedly seeking government support for DRAM industry consolidation

Aug 19, 12:29

Rumors have circulated that Powerchip Technology chairman Frank Huang recently met with Premier Wu Den-yih to explore the possibility of resuming the government-led initiative to...

Nanya enhancing products targeted at consumer electronics, servers

Jul 21, 01:30

Nanya Technology now offers products ranging from 64Mb to 2Gb for consumer electronics applications, and has received orders from first-tier network equipment suppliers and brand-name...

Powerchip losses shrink in 2Q11; sticking to diversification

Jul 20, 15:27

Taiwan-based Powerchip Technology has announced net losses of NT$1.21 billion (US$41.4 million) for the second quarter of 2011, showing improvement compared to losses of NT$4.97 billion...

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Nanya Technology suffers 1H11 net loss of nearly NT$17 billion

Jul 20, 01:05

Taiwan-based DRAM maker Nanya Technology suffered net losses of NT$16.934 billion (US$574 million) for the first half of 2011, according to the company at an investors conference...

Nanya, Inotera to post another quarter of losses

Jul 18, 11:45

Nanya Technology is likely to remain unprofitable in the second quarter of 2011, which would mark the sixth straight quarterly loss for the DRAM manufacturer, according to market...

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DRAM contract prices may decline further, says Nanya

Jun 29, 10:54

Weak PC end-user demand and consequent inventory build-up at OEMs have put pressure on contract prices for DRAM, Nanya Technology has pointed out. Prices may continue to fall in July...

Nanya turning focus away from PC DRAM

Jun 15, 14:56

Nanya Technology is shifting its focus to server-use DRAM and mobile RAM targeted at smartphones and tablet PCs, while reducing its reliance on PC DRAM to respond to continued chip...

Taiwan DRAM makers transforming equipment into liquid assets

Jun 9, 11:43

In order to increase cash on hand, Powerchip Technology has struck leaseback deals with the companies to which it previously sold 12-inch manufacturing equipment, while fellow DRAM...

Nanya May revenues slip on-month, Inotera grows

Jun 3, 16:31

Nanya Technology saw revenues decrease 11.6% sequentially to NT$3.92 billion (US$137 million) in May 2011 while Inotera Memories' grew 14.7% on month to NT$3.67 billion.

Taiwan DRAM makers to ramp 30nm-class production in 2H11

May 26, 02:00

Inotera Memories, Nanya Technology and Rexchip Electronics are all scheduled to kick off volume production using 30nm-class processes sometime in the second half of 2011, closing...

Micron, Inotera deny acquisition rumors

Apr 28, 01:30

Rumors have started to circulate again that Micron Technology is pursuing plans to acquire full ownership of Taiwan-based Inotera Memories. But both firms have denied the possibili...

Most Taiwan DRAM firms to post 1Q11 losses

Apr 19, 14:06

Inotera Memories, Nanya Technology, Powerchip Technology and ProMOS Technologies are set to all remain unprofitable in the first quarter of 2011, while Rexchip Electronics will likely...

Memory module firm Silicon Power opens new plant

Apr 18, 12:10

Taiwan-based Silicon Power Computer & Communications, which produces NAND flash devices and DRAM modules as well as solid-state drives (SSD) and portable hard drives, has announced...

DRAM makers March revenues up on-month

Apr 7, 01:05

Inotera Memories, Nanya Technology and Powerchip Technology have all reported sequential growth in revenues for March 2011, thanks to rising chip ASPs.

Nanya to raise capital through rights issue

Stockwatch - Mar 22, 16:37

Nanya Technology's board of directors has approved a rights issue for up to 700 million shares of common stock. The additional paid-in capital will be used to fund equipment purchase...

Nanya says no supply fears

Mar 18, 01:10

There is growing concern that upstream materials and wafer supplies could be limited in the aftermath of the earthquake in Japan. Nanya Technology, however, does not anticipate any...

DRAM contract prices set to rise in February, says Nanya

Feb 16, 14:05

Contract prices for DRAM chips are expected to increase by at least 5% in February 2011, starting to gain momentum, according to Nanya Technology. The company had previously predicted...

Nanya, ITRI team up for 3D stacked DRAM

Jan 25, 14:57

Taiwan-based Nanya Technology has teamed up with government-backed Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) to develop a through silicon via (TSV) technology for high-capacity...

Nanya, Inotera to lower capex for 2011

Jan 25, 12:31

DRAM chipmakers Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories have said their capex for 2011 will be slashed from the levels last year, with the spending to be focused on only new process...

Nanya, Inotera see combined losses top NT$25 billion in 2010

Jan 21, 01:20

Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories are likely to post a combined loss of more than NT$25 billion (US$858 million) in 2010, market sources have estimated. Both DRAM makers suffered...

Memory module firm Silicon Power debuts on Taiwan emerging stock market

Jan 11, 11:37

Taiwan-based Silicon Power Computer & Communications made its debut listing on the Taiwan emerging stock market today (January 11) with an initial price of NT$45 (US$1.54) a sh...

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Powerchip revenues down 8% in December

Jan 4, 11:50

Powerchip Technology, a major Taiwan-based DRAM maker, has announced December revenues slid 8% sequentially to NT$3.56 billion (US$122 million). The figure also showed a substantial...

Formosa Petrochemical loans NT$5 billion and NT$8.5 billion to Nanya and Inotera

Dec 22, 01:50

Formosa Petrochemical will provide one-year loans of NT$5 billion (US$167.34 million) and NT$8.5 billion, respectively to memory affiliates Nanya Technology and Inotera.

Memory packaging house reports November results

Dec 15, 01:20

Powertech Technologies posted November 2010 revenues of NT$3.351 billion (US$112.023 million), up modestly from the previous month. The company indicated that though its client Elpida...

ProMOS, Rexchip November revenues slide

Dec 9, 11:02

ProMOS Technologies and Rexchip Electronics have announced slides in November revenues from the previous month, joining fellow DRAM companies Powerchip Technology and Inotera Memories...

Falling 2Gb DDR3 prices to help advance PC memory density

Dec 6, 13:45

Spot prices for 2Gb DDR3 memory continue trending down to average near US$2, with those in the low range arriving at US$1.90, according to market sources. Previously the observers...

Falling DRAM prices hurting company cash positions, says paper

Newswatch - Nov 30, 15:25

Taiwan-based DRAM makers Powerchip Technology, Nanya Technology, Inotera Memories and ProMOS Technologies have all seen their cash positions shrink significantly compared to the levels...

Nanya reportedly enters supply chain for Google TV

Stockwatch - Nov 25, 16:37

Nanya Technology's specialty DRAM chips have been adopted by China's Huawei Technologies and ZTE for their set-top boxes (STBs) specifically for use with Google TV, according to a...

Parent company and affiliates support Nanya fund raiser

Nov 17, 01:35

With DRAM spot and contract prices both down, memory maker Nanya Technology saw its stock price fall to NT$15.30 (US$0.506) on November 16, below the NT$16.50 new share offering price...

Nanya, Inotera October sales down almost 20%

Nov 4, 01:20

Nanya Technology saw revenues decline about 17% sequentially to NT$3.78 billion (US$124 million) in October 2010, while Inotera Memories' sales decreased 19% to NT$2.9 billion, according...

DRAM prices still have room to fall, says Nanya

Oct 21, 01:55

After having slid lately, contract prices of DRAM chips are likely to be further dragged down by another 10-20% in the fourth quarter of 2010, according to Pei Lin Pai, VP and spokesperson...

Inotera grabs contract orders for mobile RAM from Micron

Oct 21, 01:35

Micron Technology has decided to outsource mobile RAM production to Inotera Memories, its DRAM-manufacturing joint venture with Nanya Technology. Inotera is set to volume produce...

Nanya, Inotera may remain unprofitable through 4Q10

Oct 19, 01:25

Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories are expected to post their fourth straight quarterly losses if prices for mainstream 1Gb DDR3 memory slip below US$1.

Nanya and Inotera likely to report losses for 3Q10

Oct 12, 01:20

Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories are likely to report net losses for the third quarter of 2010, which would mark the third straight quarterly losses for the two DRAM makers,...

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