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  • nanya
    Nanya Technology holds an around 3% share of the DRAM market, and is striving to defend its global market share with an additional 12-inch wafer fab set to come online in 2024, according...
  • winbond
    Winbond Electronics' board of directors has approved a capex budget of approximately NT$13.13 billion (US$463.83 million) to invest in the company's new 12-inch wafer plant located...
  • Winbond+expects+specialty+DRAM%2C+SLC+NAND+and+NOR+flash+supply+to+stay+tight+in+2H21
    A rally in DRAM and flash memory prices will boost Winbond Electronics' memory business revenue in March and April, according to Pei-Ming Chen, president for the specialty DRAM and...
  • winbond
    Winbond Electronics is constructing a new 12-inch wafer fab in Kaohsiung, southern Taiwan, which is scheduled to come online in the first half of 2022, according to the specialty...
  • DRAM+sales+revenues+dropped+in+1Q20
    Despite an up to 5% rally in DRAM ASPs, DRAM bit shipments were affected adversely by coronavirus lockdowns and the epidemic's impact on logistics services. As a result, sales in...
  • Nintendo+Switch+reportedly+is+boosting+sales+for+Macronix
    Winbond Electronics and Macronix International have reported sequential increases in February consolidated revenues of 1.2% and 0.8%, respectively.
  • Winbond+president+Tung%2DYi+Chan
    The supply of DRAM and NAND flash memory chips is set to fall short of demand in the second half of 2020, although a pick-up in end-market demand may arrive later than expected, according...
  • Winbond swings to loss in 4Q19

    Monday 10 February 2020
    Winbond
    Winbond Electronics, a maker of specialty DRAM and flash memory, swung to its first quarterly loss in 27 quarters.
  • Powerchip+chairman
    Powerchip Semiconductor Manufacturing (PSMC), a foundry subsidiary of Powerchip Technology, has enjoyed robust demand for smartphone-use sensors which is filling its 12-inch fab ca...
  • Winbond launches LPDDR4X memory

    Friday 20 September 2019
    Winbond+has+announced+its+new+LPDDR4X+memory+series
    Winbond Electronics has announced its new LPDDR4X memory series designed for the emerging AI and 5G applications, such as ADAS, smart speakers, 8K TVs, 5G mobile phones and security...
  • Winbond+president+Tung%2DYi+Chan
    Specialty DRAM and flash memory maker Winbond Electronics has seen its 12-inch fab run at full capacity starting July, thanks to the arrival of new orders and seasonal factors.
  • Specialty DRAM and flash memory chipmaker Winbond Electronics on July 22 held a beam-raising ceremony for its new 12-inch wafer plant in Kaohsiung, southern Taiwan. The new facility...
  • Winbond+president+Tung%2DYi+Chan
    Winbond Electronics expects to start operating a new 12-inch wafer plant in Kaohsiung, southern Taiwan by 2021, when the DRAM and flash memory chipmaker has its in-house developed...
  • Taiwan-based pure-play foundry United Microelectronics (UMC) has claimed its DRAM technology design is entirely different from Micron Technology's.
  • Winbond
    Winbond Electronics saw shipments of chips built using 38nm process technology ramp up substantially to account for 24% of the chipmaker's total DRAM sales in the third quarter of...
  • Winbond+president+Tung%2DYi+Chan
    Taiwan-based Winbond Electronics, a supplier of specialty DRAM and flash memory, saw its net profits surge to a 17-year high of NT$2.16 billion (US$70.4 million) in the second quarter...
  • Winbond+Electronics+will+start+constructing+a+new+fab+in+Kaohsiung
    DRAM and flash memory maker Winbond Electronics will start constructing a new fab in Kaohsiung, southern Taiwan in September followed by equipment move-in slated for 2020.
  • Sales in the global DRAM market surged 16.9% sequentially to US$16.51 billion in the second quarter of 2017, when PC DRAM contract prices rose over 10%, according to DRAMeXchange...
  • AP Memory Technology has disclosed plans to raise its specialty DRAM (SRAM) prices. The memory design house also expressed optimism about demand for IoT applications that will offset...
  • Samsung Electronics is ramping up production of DRAM memory using 25nm process technology, posing a threat to Micron Technology and SK Hynix, according to industry observers.
  • Global DRAM bit production will grow only 25-30% in 2014, with the additional capacity to be driven only by chipmakers' technology transition, according to industry sources.
  • Micron intros SAS solid state drive

    Wednesday 27 February 2013
    Micron Technology has announced another addition to its growing lineup of solid state drives (SSDs) targeted at data center appliances and enterprise storage platforms. The new Micron...
  • Elpida develops 25nm 4Gb DDR3

    Friday 23 September 2011
    Elpida Memory on September 22 announced that it has completed development of 25nm-made 4Gb DDR3 memory. Meanwhile, Samsung Electronics has introduced its 20nm-class DRAM products...
  • Micron Technology has introduced a new solid-state drive (SSD), providing enterprise customers with a compelling price-to-performance NAND flash memory storage option. This new drive...
  • Elpida Memory has announced that it began sample shipments of 2Gb DDR3 DRAM chips built using 25nm process technology at the end of July. The company will also adopt the advanced...
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