Thursday 30 November 2023
RAM is key in AI PC warmup
The evolution of generative AI from the cloud to edge applications has awakened the PC industry from its long slumber, as AI PCs become the name of the game for leading PC makers...
Thursday 23 November 2023
Taiwan memory IC design houses gearing up for edge AI boom
Taiwan-based memory IC design houses including Etron Technology and AP Memory have stepped up their deployment in the edge AI market segment, which is expected to grow through 2025...
Friday 17 November 2023
NOR flash price drops to slow, says Winbond
Price declines in NOR flash memory will moderate and narrow to less than 10% in 2024, according to Pei-Ming Chen, president of Taiwan-based Winbond Electronics.
Tuesday 14 November 2023
Winbond anticipates surge in demand for HBM amid AI server boom
The Taiwan-based semiconductor manufacturer Winbond is gearing up for a significant uptick in the demand for high-bandwidth memory (HBM), driven by the rise of generative AI. Chen...
Wednesday 1 November 2023
UMC launches 3D IC project in collaboration with partners
United Microelectronics (UMC) has launched a wafer-to-wafer (W2W) 3D IC project with partners including Advanced Semiconductor Engineering, Cadence, Faraday Technology, and Winbond...
Monday 30 October 2023
Winbond upbeat about 2024 prospects
Winbond Electronics, a specialty DRAM and flash memory maker, has expressed optimism about its business and market prospects for next year, noting the resolution of the majority of...
Thursday 12 October 2023
DRAM recovery warming up as Taiwan memory suppliers report September revenues rise
NAND Flash spot prices have started to rise, and in turn, suppliers have started reporting growth in their monthly sales. Price hikes for DRAM are relatively moderate, as DDR4 suppliers...
Friday 8 September 2023
ROM shipment pick-up drives Macronix revenue growth in August
Memory chipmaker Macronix International has reported August revenue increased 19.2% sequentially to a four-month high of NT$2.6 billion (US$81.1 million), buoyed mainly by a pick-up...
Tuesday 22 August 2023
Taiwan memory chip makers see little progress in inventory correction
Nanya Technology, Winbond Electronics and Macronix International have not seen much progress in their inventory correction, with the combined value of their second-quarter 2023 inventory...
Monday 7 August 2023
Winbond slowing output cut, to equip new plant in 4Q23
The 30–40% reduction in output at Winbond Electronics' wafer fab in Taichung (central Taiwan) has been reduced to less than 20%, and the memory chipmaker plans to begin installing...
Monday 10 July 2023
Winbond, Macronix post sequential revenue increases in 2Q23
Taiwan-based memory chipmakers Winbond Electronics and Macronix International both saw sequential revenue gains in the single digits in the second quarter.
Thursday 8 June 2023
Nanya and Winbond see May revenue rise, Macronix down
DRAM chipmaker Nanya Technology and Winbond Electronics, a maker of specialty DRAM and flash memory, both saw their May revenue increase 2.2% and nearly 8%, respectively, on month,...
Wednesday 31 May 2023
Winbond eyeing return to monthly profit in 2Q23
Specialty DRAM and flash memory maker Winbond Electronics has seen its foundry utilization rates begin to recover, anticipating a return to monthly profits in the second quarter.
Friday 26 May 2023
Global DRAM revenue continues slide in 1Q23
Revenue of the global DRAM memory market registered a sequential decline for the third consecutive quarter in the first quarter of 2023, according to TrendForce.
Thursday 11 May 2023
Winbond, Nanya see demand pick up from PC and TV sectors
Taiwan-based memory chipmakers Winbond Electronics and Nanya Technology will likely land more short lead-time orders from PC customers in May-June, boosting their sales performance...
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