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Monday 5 March 2012
Digitimes Research: Elpida bankruptcy to have long-term negative impact on Taiwan DRAM industry
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...
Saturday 3 March 2012
DDR3 spot prices top US$1 after Elpida files bankruptcy, says inSpectrum
Elpida Memory's bankruptcy filing earlier last week has boosted spot market prices for DDR3 memory with 2Gb chips topping US$1, according to inSpectrum.
Saturday 3 March 2012
Elpida bankruptcy set to boost DRAM prices and revenues, says IHS
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...
Friday 2 March 2012
Accounts receivable at Elpida estimated at NT$2 billion, says PTI
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...
Thursday 1 March 2012
Powerchip commits full support to Rexchip
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...
Wednesday 29 February 2012
Rexchip says it will revise sales model with Elpida
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...
Wednesday 29 February 2012
Taiwan makers bracing for Elpida bad debts
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...
Tuesday 21 February 2012
IC companies shutter 49 fabs from 2009-2011, says IC Insights
Data compiled by IC Insights reveals that 49 semiconductor wafer fabs were closed between 2009 and 2011.
Wednesday 8 February 2012
China polysilicon firm reportedly files for bankruptcy
The rapid price drop of polysilicon has caused close to 80% of polysilicon firms in China to halt production. As the rebound of polysilicon pricing has been weak, a China-based polysilicon...
Friday 20 January 2012
Eastman Kodak files for bankruptcy
Eastman Kodak has announced the company and its US subsidiaries have filed voluntary petitions for business reorganization under chapter 11 of the US Bankruptcy Code.
Friday 20 January 2012
Asia Optical, Altek impacted by Kodak bankruptcy
Asia Optical and Altek, two Taiwan-based digital camera ODMs, have suffered overdue accounts receivable payments and losses in inventory from the Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection...
Tuesday 17 January 2012
Taiwan ODMs considering cash only transactions with Kodak
As Kodak is facing bankruptcy crisis, rumors about the company filing lawsuits against Apple, High Tech Computer (HTC) and Fujifilm as a last resort to help its financial situation,...
Monday 19 December 2011
Solon bankruptcy causes stirs in Taiwan solar industry
The wind of bankruptcies of solar firms has been blowing to Europe's solar industry. Europe-based solar module firm Solon declared bankruptcy last week, causing quite a stir. Taiwan-based...
Friday 21 October 2011
China-based PV module maker Suntech Power denies bankruptcy rumors
Suntech Power Holdings, a large China-based maker of crystalline silicon PV modules, has reportedly filed a request for bankruptcy due to serious financial woes, but Suntech has denied...
Tuesday 27 September 2011
Rising minimum wage in China to seriously impact PC component suppliers
To counter domestic inflation, several provinces in China including Guangdong and Jilin are set to increase their minimum wage in early 2012, while cities such as Chongqing, where...
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