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MCU suppliers see inventory pressure lessen; demand recovery remains essential
Foxconn chairman sees closer ties with Apple
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Thursday 12 March 2020
DRAM vendors enhance LPDDR5 offerings
Memory vendors have enhanced their LPDDR5 mobile DRAM offerings to include those for midrange 5G-capable smartphones.
Tuesday 29 October 2019
China DRAM rise looming, may reshape global market in 5-10 years
The global DRAM market, now over 90% controlled by three major players Samsung Electronics, SK Hynix and Micron, is likely to experience a structural shakeup in the next 5-10 years,...
Monday 29 October 2018
Micron opens DRAM backend fab in Taiwan
Micron Technology has announced the opening of a new plant in Taichung, central Taiwan that will be dedicated to providing backend services for the manufacture of DRAM memory.
Wednesday 25 April 2018
Micron gearing up for 10nm-class DRAM production in Taiwan
Micron Technology is gearing up to expand production of 10nm-class DRAM chips at its Taiwan-based fabs between 2018 and 2019.
Thursday 7 September 2017
Two former Micron Taiwan employees indicted for alleged trade secrets theft
Two former employees of Micron Memory Taiwan (formerly Rexchip Electronics) have been indicted on charges of stealing trade secrets, according to prosecutors.
Friday 25 August 2017
Nanya sells more stake in Micron
Nanya Technology has sold more of its holdings in Micron Technology for a total of about US$35.52 million, according to the Taiwan-based DRAM chipmaker.
Monday 21 August 2017
Global DRAM revenues increase 17% in 2Q17, says DRAMeXchange
Sales in the global DRAM market surged 16.9% sequentially to US$16.51 billion in the second quarter of 2017, when PC DRAM contract prices rose over 10%, according to DRAMeXchange...
Friday 11 August 2017
DRAM contract prices to continue growth in 3Q17, says DRAMeXchange
DRAM contract prices, which began to rise in the second half of 2016, continue their growth in the second half of 2017. Prices are set to continue rising in the third quarter, according...
Wednesday 5 July 2017
Micron responds to report of scrapped wafers at Taiwan fab
Micron Technology has issued a statement regarding recent reports about its fabrication facility in Taoyuan, Taiwan. Micron clarified that there was no nitrogen leaking incident nor...
Wednesday 5 July 2017
About half of wafers produced at Micron Taiwan fab scrapped, says report
A Taiwan-based DRAM foundry owned by Micron Technology, which was formerly Inotera Memories, recently scrapped half of the wafers produced at its 12-inch fab due to problems associated...
Friday 16 June 2017
Nanya sells partial stake in Micron
Taiwan-based DRAM chipmaker Nanya Technology has announced the sale of part of its stake in US-based Micron Technology, with an aim to increase the company's working capital and repay...
Thursday 8 June 2017
New Micron president and CEO Sanjay Mehrotra visits Taiwan
Sanjay Mehrotra, the newly appointed president and CEO of Micron Technology, commenced an overseas tour of Micron's manufacturing sites after the first month in his new role, with...
Thursday 1 June 2017
DRAM market to remain oligopoly over next 3 years, says Nanya president
The global DRAM market will remain an oligopoly of three large firms over the next three years, according to Pei-Ing Lee, president for Taiwan-based Nanya Technology.
Wednesday 24 May 2017
Hefei Chang Xin keeps low profile but DRAM ambition remains unchanged
Hefei Chang Xin's ambition to grow its DRAM business has seen some progress though the China-based firm has now chosen to keep a low profile. The company has been quietly renamed...
Friday 14 April 2017
Developing memory technology in-house: Q&A with Tsinghua Unigroup executive VP Charles Kau
The global reaction to the aggressive investment strategy adopted by China-based Tsinghua Unigroup in the semiconductor industry is mixed, and the role being played by its subsidiairy...
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Chroma ATE spotlights AI and IoT chip test solutions to address soaring demand in edge computing
SMIC's bold expansions spark concerns about potential mature-process overcapacity
Nvidia is reportedly considering ASIC services
Qualcomm announces AP contract extension with Samsung's flagship models; full adoption of Exynos will have to wait
Samsung reportedly wins first 2nm order in the most advanced chip-making race
As silicon photonics gains traction, Luceda does what EDA companies can't
Huawei's NearLink wireless technology signals a decoupled connected world
Intel cuts off manufacturing in IDM2.0, TSMC is expected to benefit
Tesla's humanoid robot 'Optimus' debuts in Taiwan, showcasing AI advancements
ASML reportedly sees first big EUV equipment order cut from TSMC
US, Japanese, and Dutch semiconductor equipment export values to China dropped; more substantial strategies demanded by expert
China's smartphone shipments threaten 20% slide in 1Q24 says DIGITIMES Research
AP shipments to Chinese smartphone brands unpleasant in 4Q23, but to stay flat in 1Q24, says DIGITIMES Research
Software is key to AI PC's success, says DIGITIMES Research
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