Thursday 29 September 2016
Kingston affiliate buys 70% of Innostor
Kingston Technology's flash controller affiliate ASolid Technology has acquired as high as 70% of fellow controller company Innostor Technology for NT$60 million (US$1.9 million).
Tuesday 7 October 2014
Innostor to launch smartwatch module solutions
NAND flash controller IC design house Innostor Technology will expand its product portfolio to include IC parts for IoT devices and plans to launch its first smartwatch module, the...
Wednesday 19 March 2014
Alcor Micro steps into USB 3.0 controller chip market
IC design house Alcor Micro has recently stepped into the USB 3.0 controller chip market. Alcor Micro's latest USB 3.0 controller chip, the AU87100, has a read speed of up to 160MB/s...
Thursday 23 January 2014
SK Hynix to launch in-house developed eMMC device controllers in 2014
SK Hynix is expected to launch in-house developed controller chips for eMMC devices in 2014, optimizing on its acquisition of the eMMC device controller unit of Taiwan-based Innostor...
Wednesday 21 August 2013
Innostor to begin mass production of new USB 3.0 controller chip in September
USB 3.0 controller IC vendor Innostor Technology plans to begin volume production of its new single-channel USB 3.0 controller chip, the IS917, in September, according to the compa...
Monday 12 August 2013
SK Hynix reportedly buys eMMC unit from Innostor
SK Hynix recently acquired a department of Taiwan-based Innostor Technology specializing in the design of eMMC device controller chips, according to industry sources.
Friday 3 May 2013
Innostor sees USB 3.0 flash drive controller shipments boom
Innostor Technology, a fabless USB device controller firm, expects to see shipments of its SuperSpeed USB (USB 3.0) flash drive controllers climb 30% sequentially in the second quarter...
Monday 2 April 2012
Etron shipping USB 3.0 flash drive controllers
Etron Technology has started shipping the company's in-house developed 2- and 4-channel USB flash drive controller chips, and its single-channel ones are currently sampling with customers,...
Thursday 2 February 2012
Innostor breaks into supply chain of Lenovo with USB 3.0 device controllers
Innostor Technology has cut into the supply chain of Lenovo with its USB 3.0 flash drive controllers, according to industry sources, adding that shipments will start in March.
Thursday 5 January 2012
More firms enter USB 3.0 flash drive controller market
The competition of USB 3.0 flash drive controller ICs is expected to heat up in 2012, with more players tapping the market, industry sources believe.
Tuesday 27 December 2011
Innostor offers USB 3.0 flash drive controller IC IS916
Taiwan-based IC design house Innostor Technology has offered IS916, a USB 3.0 flash drives controller IC supporting MLC (multi-level cell) and TLC (triple-level cell) NAND flash,...
Thursday 2 June 2011
Innostor launches USB 3.0 flash SoC
Innostor, a Taiwan-based controller IC supplier, has successfully penetrated the mid-range and high-end USB 3.0 market with its USB 3.0 flash SoC IS 902 and the SATA controller chip...
Thursday 6 January 2011
New Transcend USB 3.0 flash drive uses Innostor controller
Transcend Information has introduced a new portfolio of flash memory drives, the JetFlash 700, which the company is demonstrating at CES 2011 in Las Vegas. The drive uses Innostor's...
Tuesday 26 October 2010
Innostor enjoys rising USB 3.0 device controller chip shipments
Innostor Technology has said monthly shipments of its USB 3.0 device controller chips topped the one million mark in October 2010 which helped the company to reach, for the first...
Friday 17 September 2010
IC design houses Innostor and VIA Labs launching USB 3.0 NAND flash device controllers
Taiwan-based IC design house Innostor Technology has begun shipping USB 3.0 NAND flash device controllers, while peer company VIA Labs also plans to launch its own models in Octobe...
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