266 news items tagged memory module
Unitech, Dynamic doing well with multiple niche PCB applicationsMonday 14 October 2019
Taiwan-based PCB makers Unitech and Dynamic Electronics have outperformed other local second-tier peers due mainly to their efforts in developing diverse niche applications paying...
Adata expects revenue growth in 4Q19Tuesday 8 October 2019
With memory chip prices bottoming out, Adata Technology will likely post another sequential revenue growth in the fourth quarter, according to the memory module manufacturer.
Memory prices to stabilize in 2H19, says Adata chairmanFriday 23 August 2019
DRAM contract market prices are likely to stop falling and begin to stabilize in September, according to Simon Chen, chairman for memory module maker Adata Technology.
Apacer expects sales to pick up in 2H19Thursday 22 August 2019
Memory module maker Apacer Technology expects sales to pick up in the second half of 2019, as the company remains focused on profit improvement.
ChipMOS, OSE to post sales growth in 2H19Wednesday 21 August 2019
A ramp-up in orders for NAND flash memory will boost revenues at backend houses ChipMOS Technologies and Orient Semiconductor Electronics (OSE) in the second half of 2019, according...
Phison profits fall over 20% in 1H19Wednesday 14 August 2019
NAND flash device controller supplier Phison Electronics has reported net profit declined 11.4% sequentially and 36.8% on year to NT$781 million (US$25 million) in the second quarter...
Innodisk gross margin hits 32% in 2Q19Tuesday 13 August 2019
Industrial memory module specialist Innodisk saw its gross margin climb to a record high of 32.3% in the second quarter of 2019, despite revenue drops.
Memory spot prices rebounding, contract quotes to rise in AugustWednesday 24 July 2019
Spot market prices for DRAM and NAND flash memory chips have been on the rise since the beginning of July, and their contract prices may bottom out by the end of the month, according...
Memory modules makers mulling 10-15% hike on SSD pricesTuesday 16 July 2019
Taiwan memory modules makers including Adata Technology, Phison Electronics and Team Group are mulling a 10-15% hike in SSD prices and enforcing a limited-supply policy amid growing...
Samsung reportedly mulling 10% hike for NAND flash pricesTuesday 9 July 2019
NAND flash prices are expected to rebound in the near future, as Samsung Electronics is reportedly considering raising its quotes by as much as 10% and other peer makers including...
Taiwan memory module firms focus more on niche-market productsMonday 3 June 2019
Taiwan-based memory module makers have put increased focus on growing sales of their high-margin niche-market product lines to mitigate the impact of falling DRAM and NAND flash prices...
5G-driven bull market for memory to start 2020, says Adata chairFriday 24 May 2019
Despite escalating uncertainties of the US-China trade war, the memory sector is expected to embrace the largest-ever bull market starting 2020, driven by massive 5G applications,...
Taiwan memory module firms moving production away from ChinaMonday 13 May 2019
Several Taiwan-based memory module makers have moved to urgently reshuffle the production lines between their local and China-based manufacturing to avoid the 25% of tariffs on US$200...
Taiwan memory module makers showed mixed performances in the first quarter of 2019 amid sharp price falls for both DRAM and NAND flash, but they all expect the price falls to slow...
Adata, Team Group revenues increase in MarchWednesday 10 April 2019
Memory module firms Adata Technology and Team Group have both reported sequential increases in March consolidated revenues of about 11% and 28%, respectively.
Memory module firm Team Group looks to revenue and profit growth in 2019Monday 25 March 2019
Taiwan-based memory module maker Team Group will be aggressively expanding sales of its high-margin gaming and industrial products to enhance further its profitability in 2019, according...
Apacer remains focused on high-margin devicesTuesday 12 March 2019
Memory module firm Apacer Technology will continue enhancing its high-margin offerings for profit growth in 2019, according to the company.
Adata sees SSD sales ramp upFriday 15 February 2019
Memory module maker Adata Technology saw sales of its SSD products increase 14.2% on year and over 10% sequentially to account for 22% of company revenues in January 2019.
Apple supply chain: Touch, memory module makers to be hit by iPhone hiccupsMonday 11 February 2019
Shipments of touch and memory modules by Apple's iPhone supply chain makers are expected to suffer significant setbacks in the first quarter of 2019 due largely to disappointing sales...
Server DRAM demand slowing down but outlook briskThursday 10 January 2019
DRAM demand for server applications has started showing weakness with related chip prices trending downward, according to market observers. Nevertheless, the outlook for server DRAM...
Taiwan memory module firms land orders transferred from ChinaFriday 7 December 2018
Taiwan-based memory module makers have started landing orders transferred from their fellow China-based firms since September, according to industry sources.
Global 3Q18 NAND flash market posts 4% increase, says DRAMeXchangeTuesday 20 November 2018
Revenues of the global NAND flash industry increased 4.4% sequentially to US$17 billion in the third quarter of 2018, when the memory prices fell 10-15% on average, according to DR...
Tsinghua and Longsys team up for NAND flashFriday 16 November 2018
Tsinghua Unigroup has signed a strategic alliance with memory module firm Shenzhen Longsys Electronics in a move to accelerate its ambition in the NAND flash sector.
Memory chip prices have room to fall further, says Transcend chairmanTuesday 13 November 2018
DRAM and NAND flash memory prices will continue their downward trend for at least another year, according to Peter Shu, chairman for memory module firm Transcend Information. The...
Kingston to see revenues for gaming boomTuesday 23 October 2018
Memory module firm Kingston Technology expects sales of its HyperX series gaming products to exceed US$550 million in 2018.