174 news items tagged Adata
Adata holds record-high inventoryTuesday 4 May 2021
Memory module house Adata Technology held over NT$10 billion (US$357.8 million) worth of inventory as of the end of first-quarter 2021 - a record high, according to company chairman...
Adata lands strong pull-in of SSD ordersTuesday 27 April 2021
Adata Technology has enjoyed a strong pull-in of SSD orders since the start of April, particularly high-capacity SSD orders, according to the memory module house.
Adata to acquire real estate for NT$2.62 billionWednesday 21 April 2021
Memory module maker Adata Technology has announced plans to acquire real estate in Taipei, northern Taiwan for a total of NT$2.62 billion (US$93.4 million).
Memory demand for notebooks still robustMonday 15 March 2021
Brand notebook vendors and OEMs continue to step up their pace of chip orders, including those for memory chips and devices, despite overbooking concerns, according to sources at...
Adata expects DRAM shortage to worsen in 2Q21Friday 5 March 2021
Memory module house Adata Technology expects shortages of DRAM memory to become severe in the second quarter, thanks to robust demand for notebooks, handsets and data centers, and...
BGA packaging for memory controller ICs hits snag on ABF substrate shortagesWednesday 3 March 2021
Backend demand for memory controller ICs has been increasingly strong promising clear order visibility for BGA and FC-BGA packaging processes at OSAT firms, but their operations are...
Adata posts profit hike in 2020Friday 5 February 2021
Memory module maker Adata Technology saw its net profits hike 236% on year in 2020, with EPS reaching NT$6.10 (US$0.22).
SSD controller supply stays tightFriday 5 February 2021
The supply of SSD device controller ICs remains tight, which may continue to boost SSD prices despite sufficient NAND chip supplies, according to industry sources.
Adata sees SSD revenue climb over 40% in 2020Thursday 7 January 2021
Memory module maker Adata Technology saw sales of its SSD products climb over 40% on year to a record high of NT$10.77 billion (US$384.82 million) in 2020.
Memory module firms post revenue increases in NovemberThursday 10 December 2020
Taiwan-based memory module houses including Adata Technology, Apacer Technology and Innodisk all enjoyed sequential revenue increases in November 2020.
Adata subsidiary unveils electric tricycle for logistics useTuesday 1 December 2020
Awayspeed Technology, a subsidiary of memory module maker Adata Technology, has unveiled an electric tricycle targeting the logistics market.
DRAM market to reach supply-demand balance in 1H21, says Adata chairmanMonday 30 November 2020
The global DRAM memory market will reach the balance of supply and demand in the first half of 2021, with limited growth in the overall bit supply coupled with a gradual rise in demand...
Apacer, Innodisk post profit dropsMonday 9 November 2020
Memory module makers Apacer Technology and Innodisk, which focus more on industrial applications than mass-market market segments, both saw profits decline in the third quarter of...
Memory spot prices to rally through end-October, says Adata chairmanMonday 12 October 2020
Memory spot prices have been rising with the rally set to continue until at least the end of October 2020, according to Simon Chen, chairman for memory module house Adata technolog...
Adata, Nanya see revenues pick up in SeptemberTuesday 6 October 2020
DRAM module firm Adata Technology and chipmaker Nanya Technology both saw their September revenues rebound sequentially.
Memory module firms look to gaming, creator PCs for 2H20 growthWednesday 15 July 2020
Gaming products and creator-focused notebooks will be driving several memory module makers' revenue growth in the second half of 2020, according to industry sources.
Demand for QLC NAND memory set to boomTuesday 14 July 2020
The adoption of QLC (4bits/cell) NAND memory is set to grow rapidly starting the second half of 2020, thanks to rising demand for data-intensive applications demanding large-capacity,...
Adata SSD revenue hikes nearly 70% in JuneTuesday 7 July 2020
Memory module maker Adata Technology saw revenue generated from its SSD sales climb nearly 70% on year to NT$966 million (US$32.8 million) in June 2020.
Team Group shipping industrial memory devices for HPC applicationsWednesday 20 May 2020
Memory module house Team Group expects to kick off volume shipments of industrial memory devices for use in HPC applications later in May.
Taiwan memory module makers post decreased April salesMonday 11 May 2020
Adata Technology, Transcend Information and Team Group have reported sequential revenue decreases of 28.8%, 22.7% and 18.7%, respectively, in April 2020.
Phison announces support for YMTC 3D NAND flash memoryFriday 8 May 2020
Flash memory device controller supplier Phison Electronics has announced its support for Yangtze Memory Technologies' (YMTC) 3D NAND flash memory.
Adata sees 1Q20 profit surgeTuesday 21 April 2020
Memory module maker Adata Technology saw its first-quarter 2020 net profits surpass those for all of 2019, driven by DRAM and NAND flash chip price rallies.
Samsung cutting SSD inventoryTuesday 7 April 2020
Samsung Electronics is striving to lower its SSD inventory levels, a move which has raised concerns about the NAND flash market outlook for the second half of 2020, according to industry...
Memory chip prices to hit bottom for 2020 in 1Q, says Adata chairmanFriday 7 February 2020
Memory chip prices will arrive at their lowest levels for 2020 in the first quarter, according to Simon Chen, chairman for memory module maker Adata Technology.
Memory prices to continue growing after outbreak ends, says Adata chairmanMonday 3 February 2020
Despite market observers' concern about China's coronavirus outbreak dampening consumer demand in the first quarter, Adata Technology chairman Simon Chen is still optimistic that...