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  • Last update: Monday 18 May 2015 [225 news items]

Winbond, Macronix post sales growth in February

Mar 8, 12:30

Memory makers Winbond Electronics and Macronix International have reported sequential growth in February revenues of about 6% and 9%, respectively.

Winbond rolls out serial flash for auto electronics application

Mar 1, 10:51

Winbond Electronics has announced that the company is bringing its proprietary SpiFlash serial flash memory technology to the automotive electronics market - a milestone for Winbond...

Winbond enters automotive flash memory market

Korean firms leading mobile DRAM market

Feb 14, 14:03

The increasing popularity of smartphones and tablet PCs drove demand for mobile DRAM memory during 2011. Taiwan-based Nanya Technology, Powerchip Technology and Winbond Electronics...

Smartphones spur demand for mobile DRAM

More Taiwan makers stepping into NAND flash production

Feb 9, 14:19

Winbond Electronics has revealed plans to venture into the manufacture of NAND flash memory, joining fellow Taiwan-based memory makers Powerchip Technology and Macronix Internation...

Winbond suffers 4Q11 net loss of over NT$1 billion

Feb 9, 13:30

Taiwan-based memory IC maker Winbond Electronics suffered net losses of NT$1.189 billion (US$39.3 million) and a net loss per share of NT$0.32 for the fourth quarter of 2011 mainly...

Winbond president Chan Tung-yi

NOR flash prices expected to stabilize

Feb 8, 12:18

Having fallen dramatically during 2011, prices for NOR flash memory are expected to stabilize this year, according to industry sources.

Winbond, Macronix post drops in January sales

Feb 8, 11:36

Winbond Electronics and Macronix International have both reported decreases in January 2012 revenues from the previous month.

Winbond likely to stay in red in 4Q11

Jan 10, 12:10

Winbond Electronics, which swung to a small loss in the third quarter of 2011, is likely to stay in the red in the last quarter of the year due to declining sales of NOR flash and...

Winbond expects business rebound in 2Q12

Dec 8, 14:58

Winbond Electronics expects its operations to hit bottom between the fourth quarter of 2011 and first-quarter 2012, but will rebound along with a better global economy in the second...

Taiwan should not waste 12-inch capacity and manpower, says Winbond chairman

Dec 6, 01:45

While Taiwan's DRAM industry has been in serious trouble, the established 12-inch fab capacity and corresponding manpower in Taiwan should not be wasted and instead can be shifted...

Winbond intros new serial flash for space-critical applications

Nov 21, 10:25

Winbond Electronics has announced a family of new SpiFlash serial flash memory with what the company claims has the industry's smallest packages per density. The small...

Winbond SpiFlash serial flash for space-critical applications

Macronix, Winbond see mixed growth in October revenues

Nov 8, 01:20

Macronix International and Winbond Electronics, two Taiwan-based makers of NOR flash products, had October revenues increasing by 42.15% and decreasing by 10.68%, respectively, on...

Winbond swings to small loss in 3Q11

Oct 31, 10:18

Winbond Electronics has reported net loss of NT$41 million (US$1.4 million) for the third quarter, compared to profit of NT$269 million in the prior quarter, with revenues sliding...

SPI NOR to become mainstream, says Winbond

Oct 18, 15:31

NOR solutions using the serial peripheral interface (SPI) will become the mainstream choice for consumer electronics products thanks to growing adoption among mobile handsets, according...

Winbond president Tung-Yi Chan

Macronix, Winbond post mixed September results

Oct 7, 16:51

Macronix International saw its revenues increase 5.6% sequentially in September 2011 while fellow NOR flash manufacturer Winbond Electronics' revenues decreased 2.9% on month.

Macronix, Winbond to step into NAND flash production

Sep 27, 15:20

Taiwan-based Macronix International and Winbond Electronics are expected to extend production from NOR flash to NAND flash, viewing that NAND flash tends to replace NOR flash for...

Winbond secures NT$7 billion syndicated loan

Newswatch - Sep 19, 15:53

Taiwan-based Winbond Electronics, a supplier of niche-market DRAM and NOR flash, on September 19 announced that it has secured a syndicated bank loan of NT$7 billion (US$236 million)...

Winbond, Macronix August revenues up

Sep 8, 14:24

Winbond Electronics and Macronix International have reported NT$2.34 billion (US$80.5 million) and NT$2.21 billion in August revenues, respectively, up 2% and 10% sequentially.

Winbond talks about its transformation and new business opportunities

Sep 5, 16:27

Having gone through the 2007-2009 downturn, the DRAM industry was just about to celebrate upcoming profitable years. But the rebound lasted only one year, and the industry has slid...

Winbond president Tung-Yi Chan

Macronix, Winbond see decreased July revenues

Aug 9, 01:25

Taiwan-based NOR flash maker Macronix International and Winbond Electronics had July revenues of NT$2.007 billion (US$69.4 million) and those of NT$2.298 billion respectively decreasing...

Winbond on track to ramp 46nm in 4Q11

Aug 8, 15:13

Winbond Electronics is scheduled to ramp production of specialty DRAM (SDRAM) memory using 46nm process technology in the fourth quarter of 2011, company president Tung-Yi Chan said...

Winbond president Tung-Yi Chan

Winbond posts 2Q11 profit growth; sees price pressure

Aug 5, 16:08

Taiwan-based Winbond Electronics, a manufacturer of niche-market DRAM and NOR flash, has announced that net profits for the second quarter of 2011 climbed 129% sequentially to NT$269...

Winbond president Tung-Yi Chan

Macronix, Winbond to see increasing overlap in NOR flash products with larger peers

Aug 2, 12:35

Taiwan-based NOR flash chipmakers Macronix International and Winbond Electronics have extended their market reach beyond consumer electronics, and consequently, the overlap between...

Winbond plans to move towards fab-lite model, says paper

Newswatch - Jun 23, 16:40

Taiwan-based Winbond Electronics, which in recent years transformed itself from a PC DRAM manufacturer to a niche-market DRAM and NOR flash supplier, is planning to head towards a...

Winbond to outsource Mobile RAM chips to Powerchip

Jun 13, 12:19

Memory chipmaker Winbond Electronics, in an effort to ramp up its niche-market DRAM business, has decided to outsource some of its production of mobile RAM chips to fellow company...

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...

Winbond, Macronix post mixed May results

Jun 8, 08:23

Winbond Electronics has announced that revenues for May 2011 grew 1.5% sequentially to NT$2.57 billion (US$89 million) while fellow NOR flash manufacturer Macronix International saw...

Winbond announces additional NT$1.5 billion in capex

May 16, 12:26

Memory chipmaker Winbond Electronics, which has diversified its product mix to include NOR flash, niche-market DRAM and GDDR, has announced an additional capex of NT$1.512 billion...

Macronix, Winbond report sequential growth in April revenues

May 9, 12:16

Macronix International and Winbond Electronics have reported sequential growth in revenues for April 2011 of 6.2% and 6.4%, respectively.

Winbond NOR flash sales grow in 1Q11

May 2, 11:38

Winbond Electronics' sales generated from its NOR flash business grew 8% sequentially in the first quarter of 2011, while those from other segments saw on-quarter drops, according...

Winbond March 2011 revenues drop 3% on year

Apr 11, 11:56

Taiwan's Winbond Electronics, which manufactures niche-market DRAM products and NOR flash chips, has announced revenues for March 2011 decreased 2.9% from a year earlier to NT$2.38...

Winbond posts drop in February 2011 revenues

Mar 8, 11:02

Memory chipmaker Winbond Electronics saw revenues drop in February 2011 compared to the prior month and the same period last year.

Global NOR flash market to shrink in 2011 and beyond, says IHS

Feb 23, 11:22

The global market for NOR flash memory will decline by almost 6% in 2011 after blockbuster growth last year - the first sign of the difficult years that lie ahead as the industry...

NOR chipmakers gear up for process technology transitions

Feb 21, 11:11

With the NOR flash memory market moving toward a healthier supply/demand balance, major NOR chip producers have shifted their focus to transitions in production process nodes rather...

Winbond sees firmer NOR pricing in 1Q11

Feb 14, 10:14

The NOR flash market is moving toward a more balanced supply/demand situation, Taiwan's Winbond Electronics has commented. Chip prices have slipped at a much slower pace after larger...

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