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2006-11-20 Without Qimonda, Infineon reports loss
Charges connected to the Qimonda carve-out as well as the BenQ insolvency caused Infineon's earnings figures to appear in deep red.
2008-04-24 Winbond, Qimonda team up on next-gen DRAM
Qimonda this week said that it has signed a technology license and foundry agreement for its new 65nm 'buried wordline' technology with Taiwan's Winbond Electronics.
2007-06-29 Winbond, Qimonda extend memory production deal
Winbond Electronics and Qimonda AG have signed an agreement to further expand their existing cooperation for the production of memory chips.
2009-03-17 Will Qimonda stay in operation?
Talks with potential investors regarding a solution to keep Qimonda in operation will continue beyond the end of March.
2009-02-03 Will Qimonda break up?
The time line is tight for DRAM manufacturer Qimonda AG as the insolvency administrator reports first contacts with potential suitors.
2007-04-13 Spansion, Qimonda to supply memory subsystems for mobile
Spansion and Qimonda announced a strategic supply agreement that will combine Qimonda's low-power DRAM with Spansion's MirrorBit NOR and ORNAND devices into MCP memory solutions.
2007-10-03 Sony, Qimonda form DRAM design JV
Sony and Qimonda have signed an agreement to establish a JV that will design high-performance and low-power embedded and customer-specific DRAMs for consumer and graphic applications.
2007-04-27 SanDisk, Qimonda to develop MCPs for mobile apps
SanDisk Corp. and Qimonda AG signed an agreement to jointly develop and manufacture MCPs that target the growing market for high capacity, integrated memory solutions in data-intensive mobile applications.
2009-01-27 Restructuring: Will it resurrect Qimonda?
Qimonda has applied for bankruptcy protection while it makes one more attempt to restructure its business. But analysts reckon that this time Qimonda may not come back from the dead
2009-01-26 Reports: Qimonda bailout hits roadblock
The negotiations to save struggling memory chipmaker Qimonda AG have apparently got stuck, according to media releases.
2008-11-19 Report: Micron preps to buyout Qimonda
If German publication Wirtschaftswoche is correct, Micron Technology has sought an option to takeover competitor Qimonda, along with the acquisition of Qimonda's stake in the Inotera joint venture.
2008-07-18 Rambus, Qimonda revise patent license deal
Rambus Inc. has signed an amendment on its current patent license agreement with Qimonda AG, the memory spin-off of Infineon Technologies Inc.
2006-08-31 Qimonda, Winbond extend DRAM agreement
Qimonda and Winbond have signed an agreement to expand their existing cooperation on the production of standard memory chips.
2007-11-14 Qimonda, Supermicro partner on green computing
Qimonda and Super Micro Computer have joined forces to develop an energy-efficient memory technology for high-performance computing.
2007-08-24 Qimonda, SMIC expand DRAM foundry deal
Qimonda AG and Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. (SMIC) have expanded their existing cooperation on the production of standard memory chips.
2008-07-07 Qimonda, Siltronic team on next-gen transistors
Qimonda has teamed up with wafer manufacturer Siltronic AG to conduct basic research for future transistor architectures that focuses on three-dimensional transistors that will enable smaller geometries.
2007-01-18 Qimonda, Ovonyx ink memory device license agreement
Qimonda AG and Ovonyx Inc. signed an agreement to mutually license their patents and intellectual property for non-volatile memory devices in PC-RAM technology.
2008-03-27 Qimonda, Nanya review DRAM JV Inotera
A Qimonda spokesperson acknowledged that the company is in negotiations with Nanya over the future of their DRAM joint venture Inotera, but he clarified there is no decision in sight yet.
2008-01-07 Qimonda, Macronix collaborate on non-volatile memory technologies
Qimonda AG has signed an agreement with Macronix International Co. Ltd on a joint development of non-volatile memory technologies.
2008-06-13 Qimonda, Elpida finalize DRAM partnership
Qimonda AG and Elpida Memory Inc. have signed final contracts for a strategic technology partnership on joint development of memory chips.
2007-04-19 Qimonda, Advantest team on GDDR5 testing
Qimonda AG is joining forces with Advantest to deliver a cost-efficient high volume test solution for GDDR5 graphics DRAM devices.
2008-07-21 Qimonda's mission: power savings in server apps
Qimonda AG is focused on setting industry benchmarks in power savings for server applications.
2009-02-24 Qimonda U.S. files for bankruptcy, too
Qimonda AG couldn't seem to find a break as the troubled DRAM maker's U.S. subsidiary has now filed for bankruptcy.
2006-06-14 Qimonda to supply Xbox 360 graphics memory
Infineon spin-off Qimonda said it was selected as a preferred supplier of graphics RAM memory chips for Microsoft's Xbox 360.
2007-03-12 Qimonda to set up DRAM module fab in Malaysia
Extending its back-end capabilities, Qimonda AG will build a new DRAM module manufacturing facility in Johor, Malaysia.
2007-03-09 Qimonda to raise capacity in Suzhou facility
Qimonda AG will invest about $329 million over the next three years for the construction of a new facility at its back-end manufacturing site in China.
2006-10-17 Qimonda stops NAND flash development
Qimonda has stopped development of NAND flash memory devices based on the NROM technology the company had licensed from Saifun Semiconductors.
2009-01-28 Qimonda still in production amidst turmoil
As a preliminary insolvency manager begins sorting through Qimonda's books, the DRAM maker is attempting to continue production.
2007-07-24 Qimonda ships samples of 75nm Mobile DRAM
Qimonda is sampling its first 512Mbit Mobile DRAMs in 75nm geometries.
2008-01-21 Qimonda ships 512Mb XDR DRAM samples
Samples of 512Mb XDR DRAM products are now being shipped by Qimonda AG.
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