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  • Elpida Memory has announced that the company has developed its first-ever high-speed non-volatile resistance memory (ReRAM) prototype, jointly with Japan's New Energy and Industrial...
  • Inotera Memories is reportedly experiencing yield difficulties in back-end processes for 12-inch wafers and has produced 20,000-30,000 wafers of defective chips. Inotera transitioned...
  • Taiwan-based DRAM makers will find themselves at a disadvantage to migrate their production to 20nm and below processes, as they struggle to preserve cash for the expenses needed...
  • Micron Technology has decided to outsource mobile RAM production to Inotera Memories, its DRAM-manufacturing joint venture with Nanya Technology. Inotera is set to volume produce...
  • Inotera Memories saw revenues grow over 10% sequentially in September 2010, buoyed by the ramp-up of 50nm technology, according to the DRAM maker. Its bit shipments are set to climb...
  • Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories have both reported growth in August 2010 sales from the previous month, despite DRAM price corrections in the contract market.
  • Of Taiwan's major DRAM makers, only Nanya Technology saw July revenues slide from June. ProMOS Technologies' revenues increased 9% on month while Powerchip Technology and Inotera...
  • Micron Technology has announced a new 2Gb 50nm DDR2 memory device to support the upcoming Intel Atom platform - codenamed Oak Trail - specifically designed for tablet and netbook...
  • With production on 50nm ramping, DRAM maker Nanya Technology expects its bit shipments to start growing substantially in the third quarter of 2010, according to company VP and spokesperson...
  • DRAM maker Nanya Technology has ramped up wafer starts at its 12-inch fab to 40,000 units a month since July, and converted half of the production to 50nm, according to the company...
  • Nanya Technology's 8-inch fab is currently running at full capacity, buoyed by growing contract orders, according to the DRAM chipmaker. The company also estimated its bit shipment...
  • Inotera Memory, a DRAM-manufacturing joint venture between Micron Technology and Nanya Technology, recently announced three separate purchases totaling around NT$5.69 billion (US$177...
  • Inotera names new executive VP

    Wednesday 19 May 2010
    Scott+Meikle
    Scott Meikle will begin as executive vice president of Inotera Memories on June 1, 2010, and his predecessor Michael Sadler will return to Micron Technology's US headquarters, the...
  • Micron Technology reportedly will transfer Michael Sadler, the executive VP of Inotera Memories, to its US headquarters in Boise, sparking concerns whether the DRAM-manufacturing...
  • Inotera Memories has signed a contract with banks for a five-year syndicated loan of NT$35 billion (US1.1 billion) chiefly for its technology transitions. The DRAM maker said it is...
  • DRAM maker Inotera Memories has reported the purchase of NT$5.934 billion (US$188.8 million) worth of semiconductor equipment from lithography equipment vendor ASML, according to...
  • Inotera posts loss in 1Q10

    Wednesday 14 April 2010
    Inotera Memories has reported net losses of NT$1.56 billion (US$49.52 million), or NT$0.36 per share, for the first quarter of 2010, mostly due to production losses incurred from...
  • Nanya swings back to loss in 1Q10

    Tuesday 13 April 2010
    Nanya Technology slipped back into the red in the first quarter of 2010, after reporting its first profit in 11 quarters in fourth-quarter 2009. The DRAM maker had previously hinted...
  • DRAM maker Inotera Memories began shifting to 50nm stack process at a rate of 10,000 wafers a month at its 12-inch fab from April, aiming to convert all of its capacity (130,000 wafers/month)...
  • DRAM maker Nanya Technology has reported revenues for February 2010 declined 12% sequentially to NT$4.14 billion (US$129 million), attributing the drop to fewer working days. Inotera...
  • Nanya Technology saw revenues decrease 5% sequentially to NT$4.72 billion (US$147.22 million) in January 2010, while Inotera Memories' sales slid 14% to NT$4.02 billion. Both DRAM...
  • Contract quotes for 2GB DDR2 modules have remained unchanged at US$41 for the second half of January, and the price of 2GB DDR3 parts also remained flat at US$41, DRAMeXchange data...
  • Nanya Technology, currently Taiwan's top DRAM maker by revenues, has expressed concerns that it may see ASPs drop sequentially in the first quarter of 2010 due to weakness in DDR2...
  • PSC and Inotera post profits for 4Q09

    Thursday 21 January 2010
    DRAM maker Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC) has posted its first profit in 11 quarters, while rival Inotera Memories has also reported profits for the fourth quarter after...
  • DRAM maker Inotera Memories plans to raise capital through issuing 640 million new shares at a tentative price of NT$18 (US$0.56) per share to fund equipment expenses for technology...
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