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  • Adata sets price for convertible bonds

    Wednesday 29 September 2010
    Memory module maker Adata Technology has set the conversion price for its latest issue of unsecured convertible bonds at NT$45.80(US$1.46), according to a company filing with the...
  • 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...
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    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-Data Technology, Transcend Information and Power Quotient International (PQI) have all posted revenue drops sequentially for May 2010, due to weak market demand arising from the...
  • Most Taiwan-based DRAM module houses including A-Data Technology, Transcend Information and Power Quotient International (PQI) are likely to post revenue drops of 10-20% sequentially...
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    A-Data Technology, a global leader in DRAM memory and flash products, will be exhibiting at Computex Taipei 2010, starting on June 1. As a total solution provider A-Data will be showcasing...
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    Hit by poor market conditions in 2008, A-Data Technology saw its first annual loss since it was founded in 2001. However, the memory module house made a turnaround in 2009, and saw...
  • DRAM module maker A-Data Technology has signed a three-year syndicated loan for NT$3.6 billion (US$112 million) from a banking consortium. The new funds will be used to secure more...
  • Kingston widens gap with rivals

    Wednesday 26 May 2010
    Kingston Technology continued to retain its lead in the global third-party DRAM module market in 2009 with a 40.3% market share, widening its gap with second-ranked A-Data Technology,...
  • A-Data Technology has posted revenues of NT$3.71 billion (US$118 million) for April, down 23% sequentially but up 58% on year. DRAM products contributed 53.48% to April revenues,...
  • Memory module maker Transcend Information has suggested that the market for DRAM products is still tight due to a chip shortage, and the company expects to register a sequential revenue...
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    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...
  • A-Data Technology saw revenues reach an almost three-year high at NT$4.83 billion (US$153 million) in March 2010. Shipments of its DRAM modules for the month also scored a company...
  • Memory module maker A-Data Technology has entered into a distribution deal with Ingram Micro for the India market, according to the Taiwan-based memory module maker. Ingram Micro...
  • 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.
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    Strong PC replacement demand driven by both the consumer and business sectors will cause the supply of DRAM to run low during the second half of 2010, according to A-Data Technology...
  • Infineon Technologies has announced that the company and its subsidiary Infineon Technologies North America filed a complaint with the US International Trade Commission (ITC) against...
  • A-Data Technology has announced revenues for January 2010 slid 13.97% sequentially to NT$3.69 billion (US$115 million), with sales from both DRAM modules and NAND flash devices dropping...
  • 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...
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    Prices for DDR2 chips are likely to drift higher and may even top quotes for DDR3 parts in the second half of 2010 due to DRAM makers relocating production to DDR3 chips, according...
  • 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...
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