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Elpida enters bankruptcy proceedings

Apple reportedly books up half of mobile DRAM capacity at Elpida Hiroshima plant

May 15, 01:40

Apple has recently placed huge orders for mobile DRAM memory with Elpida Memory's 12-inch plant in Hiroshima (Japan), securing about 50% of the total chips produced at the facility,...

Micron confirms talks to acquire Elpida

May 10, 16:41

Micron Technology today (May 10) issued a company statement that it is engaged in discussions with Elpida Memory's trustees to acquire the bankrupt chipmaker.

Commentary: A Micron-Elpida merger would improve DRAM industry health

May 8, 12:13

Micron Technology reportedly has reached the final stage of talks on the purchase of Elpida Memory. The possible merger of Micron and Elpida will help to restore a healthier supply-demand...

Micron set to acquire Elpida

Commentary: Diversifying a must for DRAM firms

Apr 5, 14:31

Elpida Memory's bankruptcy filing reflects the fact that companies must diversify to cope with trends in the evolution of customer behavior and usage. The DRAM memory industry currently...

Falling PC demand encouraging DRAM makers to diversify

Elpida delisted from Tokyo Stock Exchange

Mar 28, 11:26

The Tokyo bourse has delisted the stock of Elpida Memory, which filed for bankruptcy protection on February 27.

Micron reportedly offers US$1.5 billion to take over Elpida

Mar 21, 13:39

Elpida Memory reportedly plans to release its control over the company to a new management team that will come from an open bid, and industry sources have speculated that Micron Technology...

Digitimes Research: Elpida bankruptcy to have long-term negative impact on Taiwan DRAM industry

Mar 5, 16:30

The short-term impact of Elpida Memory's bankruptcy on Taiwan-based DRAM chipmakers might be mixed. However, none of the Taiwan companies, which are second-tier suppliers in the global...

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Elpida bankruptcy set to boost DRAM prices and revenues, says IHS

Mar 3, 10:48

Elpida Memory's move to file bankruptcy protection this week will benefit the remaining players in the DRAM market, reducing supply and boosting pricing and revenues in the second...

Accounts receivable at Elpida estimated at NT$2 billion, says PTI

Mar 2, 01:20

Packaging and testing house Powertech Technology (PTI) has said that its estimated accounts receivable at Elpida Memory, a major client in bankruptcy proceedings, have been revised...

PTI chair downplays impact of Elpida bankruptcy on company business

Powerchip commits full support to Rexchip

Mar 1, 15:43

Elpida Memory's bankruptcy filing has brought concerns about whether Rexchip Electronics, a 64.7%-held subsidiary of Elpida dedicated to manufacturing DRAM memory, would be able to...

Powerchip chair says company will support Rexchip

Taiwan reiterates call for cooperation among non-Korean DRAM firms

Feb 29, 16:37

The Taiwan government has reiterated its push for some form of cooperation among US, Japan- and Taiwan-based DRAM chipmakers, according to Tu Chi-chun, director general of the Industrial...

Rexchip says it will revise sales model with Elpida

Feb 29, 14:48

Rexchip Electronics, the Taiwan-based production subsidiary of Japan's Elpida Memory, has stated that the firm will pursue a new sales model with the parent company, which has filed...

Rexchip seeking new sales model with Elpida to maintain steady cash flow

Taiwan makers bracing for Elpida bad debts

Feb 29, 14:03

Japan-based memory chipmaker Elpida Memory, which filed for bankruptcy protection on February 27 to restructure its debts and capital structure, might end up struggling to pay off...

Elpida files for bankruptcy protection

Elpida rumored to be resuming tie-up talks with Toshiba

Feb 16, 15:49

Elpida Memory may be resuming talks with Toshiba about integrating business operations, which has been pushed by the Japan government, according to industry sources. Terms set for...

Uncertainty over Elpida debt talks arises

Feb 15, 11:26

Japan-based memory chip vendor Elpida Memory, which is struggling to repay its debts due by early April, has issued a statement disclosing uncertainty about the company's ability...

Elpida president and CEO Yukio Sakamoto

Possible versions to fix Elpida debt repayment crunch

Jan 31, 15:26

Japan-based memory chipmaker Elpida Memory reportedly is struggling to repay its debts due by early April, and therefore is exploring various options to raise funds in time. Industry...

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