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  • Last update: Tuesday 9 December 2014 [213 news items]

Winbond accelerating technology migration, says chairman

Oct 18, 15:23

Winbond Electronics, which makes NOR flash and niche-market DRAM, is gearing up to accelerate production processes for advanced-technology products, said company chairman Arthur Chiao...

Winbond takes delivery of immersion scanner for 40nm-class chips, says paper

Newswatch - Oct 14, 16:41

Winbond Electronics recently took delivery of its first immersion lithography scanner, which is designed for 12-inch wafers at the 40nm-class node and beyond, according to a Chinese-language...

Macronix September revenues up on-month, but Winbond down

Oct 8, 17:07

Non-DRAM specialists Macronix International and Winbond Electronics have posted mixed revenue results for September 2010.

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...

Nuvoton begins trading on TSE mainboard

Stockwatch - Sep 27, 16:14

Nuvoton Technology, a logic IC subsidiary of Winbond Electronics, started trading on the main board of the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) today (September 27). Its share price opened...

Elpida to build R&D center in Taiwan, says paper

Newswatch - Sep 27, 14:53

Elpida Memory reportedly plans to invest about NT$3 billion (US$95.5 million) to set up an R&D center in Taiwan, according to a Chinese-language Commercial Times repor...

Winbond logic IC subsidiary to list on TSE mainboard soon, says paper

Newswatch - Sep 14, 15:49

Nuvoton Technology, a logic IC subsidiary of memory chipmaker Winbond Electronics, is expected to start trading on the mainboard of the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) later this month...

Winbond August revenues down on month as NOR and SDRAM sales slow

Sep 9, 14:34

Winbond Electronics saw revenues slide 2.7% on month to NT$2.92 billion (US$91 million) in August 2010, as demand for NOR flash and specialty DRAM (SDRAM) memory has slackened recently,...

Macronix August sales buoyed by mask ROM orders

Sep 8, 17:43

Macronix International has reported NT$2.70 billion (US$84.5 million) in August 2010 revenues, up 10.3% sequentially to beat market expectations. Revenues from January through August...

Commentary: Honeymoon ends early for Taiwan NOR flash suppliers

Aug 25, 17:05

Major Taiwan-based NOR flash suppliers, including Macronix International and Winbond Electronics, saw their earnings receive a boost during the first half of 2010, benefiting from...

Winbond adopts SpringSoft Laker for mobile memory

Aug 25, 12:00

SpringSoft on August 24 announced Winbond Electronics has adopted its Laker layout tools and design flows for its mobile memory devices such as SDR, low power DDR and cellular RAM.

Winbond revenues up in July, but Macronix down

Aug 10, 14:13

Winbond Electronics' revenues grew 1.5% on month to about NT$3 billion (US$95 million) in July 2010, whereas peer Macronix International saw revenues decrease 5.3% sequentially to...

Winbond 2Q10 net profits soar over 200%

Aug 6, 16:48

Winbond Electronics' net profits jumped by 222% sequentially to NT$1.24 billion (US$39 million) in the second quarter of 2010, reflecting the company's efforts to improve product...

Walton 2Q10 profits soar 45% on quarter, topping market expectations

Aug 6, 11:12

Memory IC packaging and testing house Walton Advanced Engineering has reported net profits of NT$262 million (US$8 million) for the second quarter of 2010, up 45% on quarter and topping...

Walton president Yu Hong-chi

Winbond adds investment in US subsidiary

Aug 2, 14:06

Winbond Electronics, a maker of NOR flash and niche DRAM memory, has announced a plan to add US$12.45 million of investment in its US-based subsidiary Winbond International.

Winbond, Macronix see revenues stand high in June

Jul 8, 17:05

Winbond Electronics has reported revenues of NT$2.955 billion (US$92 million) for June 2010, the highest level in more than three years. Meanwhile, Macronix International's June sales...

Walton to sign NT$6 billion loan

Newswatch - Jul 6, 12:01

Walton Advanced Electronics will take on a loan of NT$6 billion (US$186 million) to be paid back over a period of five years to enhance its business operation, according to the DRAM...

Elpida develops 2Gb GDDR5

Jun 24, 17:12

Elpida Memory has completed development of a 50nm two-gigabit (2Gb) GDDR5 device using copper interconnects, according to the Japan-based chip vendor. The new GDDR5 was developed...

NOR flash supply gap reaches 20%, says Winbond president

Jun 21, 14:52

NOR flash supply is currently short of demand by around 20%, according to Tung-Yi Chan, president of Taiwan-based Winbond Electronics. Prices for the memory chip will continue going...

Winbond president Chan Tung-Yi

Winbond May revenues rise 5% on month despite low season

Jun 9, 11:11

Winbond Electronics has announced revenues for May 2010 grew 5.6% sequentially to NT$2.86 billion (US$88 million), despite it traditionally being the low season. The memory chipmaker...

Winbond secures NT$7 billion syndicated loan for technology migration

May 31, 16:41

Winbond Electronics on May 31 announced the signing of a five-year, NT$7 billion (US$218 million) syndicated loan contract with a banking consortium. The loan will be used for technology...

Winbond, Macronix enjoy revenue growth in April

May 11, 14:26

Winbond Electronics saw consolidated revenues for April 2010 grow 10.2% on month to NT$3.46 billion (US$109 million), while Macronix International Company (MXIC) reported a sequential...

Winbond posts profits for second straight quarter

Apr 27, 15:50

Memory chipmaker Winbond Electronics, which has turned its focus away from the commodity DRAM business, has reported net income of NT$384 million (US$12.3 million) for the first quarter...

Taiwan DRAM makers eyeing mobile RAM market

Apr 19, 11:34

Apple's iPad launch has created an upsurge in demand for mobile RAM, pushing some Taiwan-based memory chipmakers to either ramp up the output or venture into the segment, according...

Macronix and Winbond ramping up NOR flash capacities to expand global market share

Apr 16, 10:46

Macronix International Company (MXIC) and Winbond Electronics are ramping up their NOR flash capacities in order to expand their share in the global market, according to industry...

Winbond ramping 90nm production for serial NOR flash

Apr 14, 14:04

Winbond Electronics has shipped its one-billionth serial flash chip, according to the company, adding that it is now stepping up efforts to ramp production of the memory using 90nm...

Winbond on track to exit commodity DRAM market, says spokesperson

Apr 13, 11:36

Winbond Electronics is confident that it will successfully transform into a niche DRAM and NOR flash maker in 2010, and gradually withdraw from the mainstream DRAM market, according...

Winbond spokesperson Wilson Wen

Winbond to develop in-house 46nm Buried Wordline process

Apr 9, 12:23

Winbond Electronics has quietly recruited part of former Qimonda's R&D team and will develop a 46nm Buried Wordline stack process, making it the first Taiwan-based DRAM maker...

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Elpida on pace to increase DRAM outsourcing to Taiwan partners, says paper

Newswatch - Apr 7, 16:19

Elpida Memory is expected to outsource a total of 140,000 wafers a month to subsidiary Rexchip Electronics, Winbond Electronics and ProMOS Technologies at the end of 2010, a 40% rise...

Winbond GDDR output for Elpida lower than expected

Apr 6, 15:17

Winbond Electronics has recently begun making GDDR chips for Elpida Memory with a production capacity of 5,000 wafer starts a month, according to industry sources. However, the monthly...

DRAM module maker Walton Chaintech swings back to profit in 2009

Apr 1, 12:00

Graphics card-turned DRAM module maker Walton Chaintech has posted an EPS of NT$1.3 for 2009, returning to profits after losses for two straight years. The company expects to generate...

Memory chipmaker Winbond preps fund-raising

Mar 31, 10:24

Winbond Electronics, which is switching its business focus from commodity DRAM to niche memory and NOR flash, has announced a plan to issue up to 360 million news shares through private...

NOR flash prices set to rise, says Macronix president

Mar 17, 15:46

Macronix International Company (MXIC) is set to raise prices for NOR flash memory as supply of the chip will remain tight in the second quarter due to strong demand coming from PC...

Qimonda Suzhou plant sold to state-backed venture capital

Mar 16, 14:08

China's state-backed Suzhou Venture Group (SVG) has acquired Qimonda's facility for DRAM module assembly and testing in the Suzhou Industrial Park, and renamed it Gerad Technologies...

Winbond to raise NOR flash prices

Mar 10, 11:30

Winbond Electronics is looking to raise prices for NOR flash memory by 5% to reflect tight capacity, while Macronix International Company (MXIC) may also follow suit, according to...

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