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Friday 8 December 2023
Panram lands orders for DDR5 modules
Panram International has received contract manufacturing orders for high-end DDR5 modules from first-tier OEMs, according to the memory module maker. The orders will boost DDR5 product...
Thursday 8 June 2023
New Micron RDIMM memory solutions enable AI, data analytics, and memory-focused workloads
Micron Technology announced the volume production availability of high-capacity 96GB DDR5 RDIMMs that operate at speeds of up to 4800MT/s and have twice the bandwidth of DDR4 memor...
Friday 16 September 2022
APCB expects revenue growth in 2H22
Advanced Printed Circuit Board (APCB), which specializes in niche-market PCBs, expects sales growth to resume in the second half of 2022 thanks to its fulfillment of short lead-time...
Monday 10 January 2022
Memory module firms post strong sales in 4Q21
Adata Technology and Team Group both saw their revenues hit peak for 2021 in the fourth quarter, while strong fourth-quarter sales boosted fellow memory module company Phison Electronics'...
Wednesday 13 October 2021
DRAM bit demand growth to decelerate in 2022
The overall DRAM bit demand is expected to surge over 15% in 2022, but the growth will be less significant compared to this year, according to industry sources.
Wednesday 7 October 2020
PCB maker Apex expects sales to peak in 4Q20
Taiwan-based PCB maker Apex International expects its revenues to reach the year's peak in the fourth quarter as a result of fulfilling shipments deferred from the third quarter due...
Tuesday 6 October 2020
Adata, Nanya see revenues pick up in September
DRAM module firm Adata Technology and chipmaker Nanya Technology both saw their September revenues rebound sequentially.
Tuesday 6 October 2020
Micron eyeing new patent infringement lawsuit against China memory firm
Micron Technology has expressed its concerns to DRAM module manufacturers that chips developed by China-based ChangXin Memory Technologies (CXMT) may violate its patents, according...
Monday 5 October 2020
Apex to purchase new site in Thailand for PCB capacity expansion
Taiwan-based PCB maker Apex International is stepping up construction of new production facilities in Thailand seeking to meet ever-expanding demand resulting from supply relocation...
Wednesday 23 September 2020
Top-10 semiconductor suppliers continue to grow in 2Q20, says Omdia
Building on bullish growth in first-quarter 2020 in weak market conditions, the world's top-10 semiconductor suppliers managed to continue their revenue growth at a rate of 2.4% in...
Friday 18 September 2020
APCB, Apex plants in Thailand to supply DRAM module PCB for Korean clients in 1Q21
Taiwan-based PCB makers APCB and Apex International, both with manufacturing operations in Thailand, are expected to enjoy new business opportunities arising from Korean makers of...
Wednesday 16 September 2020
APCB expects robust stay-at-home economy to drive 2H20 results
Advanced Printed Circuit Board (APCB) expects strong PCB demand for notebook lens modules and DRAM modules supporting the stay-at-home economy to drive its performance in the second...
Thursday 3 September 2020
Global DRAM module sales slip 3% in 2019
Global DRAM module sales totaled US$16.1 billion in 2019, down a slight 2.7% on year, according to TrendForce.
Monday 11 May 2020
Taiwan memory module makers post decreased April sales
Adata Technology, Transcend Information and Team Group have reported sequential revenue decreases of 28.8%, 22.7% and 18.7%, respectively, in April 2020.
Friday 17 January 2020
Memory module makers replenishing inventory
Anticipating that memory chip prices will be rising this year, memory module makers have started replenishing inventory while also making upward adjustments in their DRAM module quotes,...
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