A-Data Technology

39 news items tagged A-Data Technology

  • Memory module vendor Kingston Technology has subscribed to NT$3 billion (US$89.8 million) worth of new shares released by DRAM chipmaker Nanya Technology through a private placement,...
  • Adata Technology saw its revenues of NT$2.86 billion (US$92.4 million) for October 2010 drop 17.1% on month and 34.49% on year, with January-October revenues of NT$35.489 billion...
  • Adata posts flat revenues in July

    Friday 6 August 2010
    Adata Technology has reported revenues of NT$3.59 billion (US$111 million) for July 2010, down slightly from the NT$3.56 billion posted in June. The company revealed that sales of...
  • Transcend+DMP10+HD+media+player
    Transcend Information has announced its entry into the multimedia player market with the new DMP10 high-definition (HD) plug-and-play device, showing its continuous efforts for diversification...
  • A%2DData+SSD
    The market for solid-state drives (SSD), promising to replace standard hard drives in PC applications, will not experience robust growth until at least two years later, according...
  • A-Data enjoys shipments high in 1Q10

    Wednesday 21 April 2010
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    A-Data Technology registered record DRAM shipments in the first quarter of 2010, according to the company. DDR3 and SO-DIMMs accounted for 25% and 60% of the company's revenues generated...
  • Transcend Information saw revenues grow 21% sequentially to NT$2.84 billion (US$90 million) in March 2010, boosted by more working days, according to the memory module house. Accumulated...
  • A-Data Technology has reached a long-term supply contract with an unspecified upstream vendor, under which it would pay a certain amount in advance for DRAM chips. The contract will...
  • Taiwan-based NAND flash device makers including A-Data Technology, Transcend Information and Power Quotient International (PQI), and flash controller supplier Phison Electronics have...
  • Memory module house A-Data Technology saw its February 201 revenues affected by fewer working days, but still enjoyed growth of over 50% compared to a year earlier.
  • Transcend 2009 profits almost double

    Monday 8 February 2010
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    Transcend Information saw net profits for 2009 hit an historic high of NT$4.33 billion (US$134.8 million), up 92.4% from NT$2.25 billion in 2008, according to the memory module house...
  • Major Taiwan-based memory module houses are expected to see their revenues stay flat sequentially in January 2010, but revenues for all of the first quarter may decrease slightly...
  • A-Data Technology, Transcend Information and Power Quotient International (PQI) all saw 2009 revenues return to a growth track following 2008, when they experienced on-year drops.
  • A%2DData+chairman+Simon+Chen
    Supply of DRAM chips will remain mostly tight in 2010, according to Simon Chen, chairman of memory module maker A-Data Technology. With major producers restraining their capacity...
  • Memory module house A-Data Technology may see revenues top NT$4.5 billion (US$140 million) in November 2009, up from NT$4.3 billion in October, according to market watchers. Meanwhile,...
  • Taiwan-based A-Data Technology has recently employed Il Ung Kim, a former VP of marketing for Samsung Electronics' memory division, as its new general manager, and also former Shuttle...
  • A-Data Technology has reported revenues of NT$4.365 billion (US$134.21 million) for October 2009, the highest since March 2007. The figures showed revenue growth of 6.9% on month...
  • Taiwan memory module makers A-data Technology, Transcend Information and Power Quotient International (PQI) all saw significant profit growth in the third quarter of 2009.
  • Power Quotient International (PQI) has announced it completed a private placement for the issue of new shares at NT$19.56 per unit. The Taiwan-based memory module maker has raised...
  • A-Data Technology and Transcend Information saw their revenues for the third quarter of 2009 return to an on-year growth track. Both companies saw September sales hit a high for the...
  • The NAND flash and DRAM sectors have recovered in the second half of 2009 after an industry glut eased and chip prices rebounded, according to Simon Chen, chairman of A-Data Technology...
  • Taiwan-based memory module makers A-Data Technology, Power Quotient International (PQI) and Transcend Information are expected to enjoy revenue growth on year in September 2009, thanks...
  • A-Data taps former Samsung exec to advice

    Thursday 24 September 2009
    A-Data Technology has employed a former Samsung Electronics marketing executive as an advisor, according to industry sources in Taiwan. The former Samsung executive may take over...
  • A-Data buys PQI shares

    Wednesday 23 September 2009
    A-Data Technology has posted a filing with the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) announcing a purchase of new shares worth NT$39.25 million (US$1.2 million) from rival Power Quotient International...
  • Supreme+to+see+high+September+revenues+thanks+to+orders+from+Transcend
    Taiwan-based IC distributor Supreme Electronics may see September consolidated revenues hit a monthly high in 2009 as orders for NAND flash chips from its two major customers, Transcend...
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