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Monday 30 November 2020
DRAM market to reach supply-demand balance in 1H21, says Adata chairman
The global DRAM memory market will reach the balance of supply and demand in the first half of 2021, with limited growth in the overall bit supply coupled with a gradual rise in demand...
Monday 9 November 2020
Apacer, Innodisk post profit drops
Memory module makers Apacer Technology and Innodisk, which focus more on industrial applications than mass-market market segments, both saw profits decline in the third quarter of...
Monday 12 October 2020
Memory spot prices to rally through end-October, says Adata chairman
Memory spot prices have been rising with the rally set to continue until at least the end of October 2020, according to Simon Chen, chairman for memory module house Adata technolog...
Friday 7 February 2020
Memory chip prices to hit bottom for 2020 in 1Q, says Adata chairman
Memory chip prices will arrive at their lowest levels for 2020 in the first quarter, according to Simon Chen, chairman for memory module maker Adata Technology.
Monday 3 February 2020
Memory prices to continue growing after outbreak ends, says Adata chairman
Despite market observers' concern about China's coronavirus outbreak dampening consumer demand in the first quarter, Adata Technology chairman Simon Chen is still optimistic that...
Wednesday 18 September 2019
Memory market expected to rebound in 2020
The emerging AI, IoT and 5G applications will be stimulating related chip and component demand, with a rebound likely to take place in the memory market next year, according to market...
Tuesday 13 August 2019
Innodisk gross margin hits 32% in 2Q19
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.
Monday 3 June 2019
Taiwan memory module firms focus more on niche-market products
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...
Friday 24 May 2019
5G-driven bull market for memory to start 2020, says Adata chair
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,...
Monday 7 January 2019
Adata expects DRAM demand to pick up in 2Q19
Taiwan-based memory modules supplier Adata Technology expects market demand for DRAM products to pick up starting in the second half of 2019 along with the gradual easing of Intel's...
Wednesday 24 October 2018
NAND flash prices may see larger drop in 2019
NAND flash prices have declined by 50% so far this year due mainly to capacity expansions among major suppliers worldwide, and the prices are expected to drop further in 2019, when...
Thursday 7 June 2018
Robust DRAM module shipments boost Adata revenues
Memory module firm Adata Technology has reported consolidated revenues of NT$2.96 billion (US$99.3 million) for May 2018, up about 20% sequentially and 16% on year. Sales of its DRAM...
Wednesday 11 April 2018
Nanya March revenues hit 11-year high
Taiwan-based DRAM chipmaker Nanya Technology has reported consolidated revenues of NT$6.72 billion (US$230.1 million) for March 2018, up 60.3% on year and 13.4% sequentially.
Friday 4 December 2015
Adata chairman to buy Skymedi shares, says report
Simon Chen, chairman for Taiwan-based memory module maker Adata Technology, will make an investment in Skymedi to hold a majority stake in the NAND flash device controller supplier,...
Wednesday 1 June 2011
DRAM module makers diversifying products, says Adata chairman
Taiwan-based DRAM module manufacturers have made inroads into the markets for solid-state drives (SSD) and higher end DRAM modules targeted at servers designed for cloud, or even...