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News tagged Silicon Power Computer
  • Last update: Thursday 15 August 2013 [9 news items]

Second-tier memory module makers see 2Q13 profits shrink

Aug 15, 13:58

Memory module makers Silicon Power Computer and Communications, Apacer Electronics, and Panram International have reported reduced profits for the second quarter of 2013, while fellow...

Silicon Power 1Q13 sales fall

Apr 12, 15:17

Silicon Power Computer & Communications, which manufactures NAND flash devices as well as DRAM modules, saw its first-quarter revenues decline about 10% sequentially and 5% from...

Silicon Power 3Q12 net profits jump

Nov 1, 22:02

Silicon Power Computer & Communications saw its net profits jump 122% sequentially in the third quarter of 2012, buoyed by NAND flash price growth, according to the memory module...

Adata, Silicon Power 2Q12 profits slip on quarter

Aug 30, 01:25

Memory module firms Adata Technology and Silicon Power Computer & Communications both saw their second-quarter net profits decrease sequentially.

Silicon Power Computer & Communications to list on OTC

May 23, 01:10

Silicon Power Computer & Communications (SPCC), a Taiwan-based maker of memory products and external hard disk drives (HDDs) mainly for own-brand sale, will list on Taiwan's over-the-counter...

Memory module firm Silicon Power set for OTC listing

Apr 13, 14:09

Silicon Power Computer & Communications, a Taiwan-based memory module firm specializing in NAND flash-based products, expects to start trading on Taiwan's over-the-counter (OTC)...

Silicon Power Computer plans OTC listing in early 2012

Dec 27, 01:30

Silicon Power Computer & Communications (SPCC), a Taiwan-based maker of memory modules mainly for own-brand sale, is planning for listing on the over-the-counter (OTC) bourse...

Memory module firm Silicon Power gears up for Taiwan market

Newswatch - May 13, 12:37

Silicon Power Computer & Communications, a Taiwan-based memory moduel firm, has said that it is stepping up efforts expanding its domestic business in 2011.

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...

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