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  • Last update: Tuesday 9 December 2014 [202 news items]

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,...

DRAM makers Powerchip, ProMOS report sequential drops in September sales

Oct 6, 13:58

Affected by lower DRAM prices, Powerchip Technology and ProMOS Technologies saw their revenues drop on month in September 2010.

Inotera revenues up on 50nm ramp in September

Oct 5, 01:05

Inotera Memories saw revenues grow over 10% sequentially in September 2010, buoyed by the ramp-up of 50nm technology, according to the DRAM maker. Its bit shipments are set to climb...

Nanya Technology delivers mobile RAM chips for verification

Sep 29, 01:40

Nanya Technology has delivered mobile RAM chips to clients for verification with volume production slated for the first quarter of 2011. While fellow company Winbond Electronics is...

Memory backend houses to see slight or flat sequential growth in 4Q10 revenues

Sep 15, 14:44

Although DRAM makers are improving production yields, which should raise demand for backend services, the possible drop in memory packaging quotes is expected to slow Taiwan-based...

DRAM production costs rise for first time in 15 quarters, says iSuppli

Sep 15, 09:37

The cost of manufacturing DRAM in the second quarter of 2010 saw a rise for the first time since the third quarter of 2006, raising concerns about production expenses in the memory...

Nanya, Inotera August revenues up on month

Sep 6, 11:03

Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories have both reported growth in August 2010 sales from the previous month, despite DRAM price corrections in the contract market.

Powerchip fundraiser rejected by FSC, says paper

Newswatch - Jul 28, 15:24

Taiwan's Financial Supervision Commission (FSC) has rejected Powerchip Technology's plan to issue up to US$179 million worth of global depositary receipts (GDR), according to a Chinese-language...

Nanya expects 20% bit-shipment growth in 3Q10

Jul 22, 15:44

With production on 50nm ramping, DRAM maker Nanya Technology expects its bit shipments to start growing substantially in the third quarter of 2010, according to company VP and spokesperson...

Nanya, Inotera report losses for 2Q10

Jul 21, 16:48

Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories saw their second straight quarterly losses in the second quarter of 2010, according to financial data released by the companies. However, the...

Nanya enters into new patent license agreement with Mosaid

Jul 21, 14:36

Mosaid Technologies has signed a seven-year, royalty bearing patent portfolio license agreement with Nanya Technology, according to the memory IP specialist. Financial details of...

Nanya steps up 12-inch fab expansion

Jul 20, 11:18

DRAM maker Nanya Technology has ramped up wafer starts at its 12-inch fab to 40,000 units a month since July, and converted half of the production to 50nm, according to the company...

Contract quotes for DDR3 chips drift lower in early July

Jul 16, 12:16

Contract quotes for DRAM chips continued to fall in the first half of July, with the price of 2GB DDR3 modules dropping 2-4% to US$44. However, some module makers and IC distributors...

Nanya 8-inch fab running at full capacity

Jun 25, 15:09

Nanya Technology's 8-inch fab is currently running at full capacity, buoyed by growing contract orders, according to the DRAM chipmaker. The company also estimated its bit shipment...

Powerchip surges in 1Q10 DRAM ranking, says iSuppli

Jun 21, 15:21

In a strong first quarter for DRAM sales, Taiwan-based Powerchip Technology (formerly Powerchip Semiconductor) posted a standout performance that allowed it to move up to the fifth...

Nanya to volume produce mobile RAM chips in 3Q10

Jun 15, 15:29

Nanya Technology is scheduled to kick off production of mobile RAM chips in small volumes in the third quarter, according to the company. It will mainly offer low-power DDR and DDR2...

Nanya, Rexchip ahead of schedule on advanced processes

Jun 15, 11:09

DRAM maker Nanya Technology has revealed plans to kick off pilot runs for 12-inch wafer production using a 42nm process in June. Peer Rexchip Electronics will also start deploying...

Taiwan DRAM makers report mixed results for May 2010

Jun 3, 15:40

DRAM maker Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC) has posted revenues of NT$8.136 billion (US$251.65 million) for May 2010, up 8% sequentially. Peer Nanya Technology saw May revenues...

FATC lands LED-backend orders from Epistar, says paper

Newswatch - May 31, 14:44

Memory backend specialist Formosa Advanced Technologies (FATC), which in late 2008 stepped into production for LED chips, has secured orders from Epistar, according to the Chinese-language...

Nanya, Inotera said to raise 2010 capex again

May 24, 14:25

DRAM makers Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories are planning to raise their capex again this year to come close to a combined total of NT$100 billion (US$3.1 billion), according...

Elpida, Nanya accept EC fines for price-fixing

May 20, 11:37

Elpida Memory and Nanya Technology have issued company statements saying they agreed to be fined by the European Commission (EC) for illegal price fixing, whereas other DRAM makers...

PC vendors and Samsung in dispute over DDR3 contract quotes for May, say sources

May 14, 12:46

Major PC vendors and Samsung Electronics are currently in a standoff over Samsung's plans to hike contract quotes for DDR3 memory in May, according to industry sources. Rival Hynix...

Inotera's reported personnel change sparks speculation

May 11, 16:23

Micron Technology reportedly will transfer Michael Sadler, the executive VP of Inotera Memories, to its US headquarters in Boise, sparking concerns whether the DRAM-manufacturing...

PSC sees April revenues up on month, but Nanya down

May 4, 11:23

DRAM maker Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC) saw its April revenues increase 10% from March, while peer Nanya Technology posted a 1% revenue drop sequentially in the same...

DRAM shortage impacting PC makers, says Nanya

Apr 14, 15:33

The ongoing DRAM shortage is causing a panic among PC makers, which now have less than one month of inventory, according to Nanya Technology spokesperson Pei-Lin Pai speaking at the...

Nanya spokesperson Pei-lin Pai

PSC to downsize capital; ProMOS expected to follow suit

Apr 13, 10:34

Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC) has revealed plans to downsize its capital by NT$34.38 billion (US$1.09 billion), or 38%, to NT$56.09 billion. ProMOS Technologies is also...

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