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2012-04-10 Toshiba bows out of Elpida bid
Toshiba Corp. no longer plans to bid for a stake in fellow Japanese chip vendor Elpida Memory Inc., according to a Reuters news service report.
2012-03-02 Taiwan wants tie-up with bankrupt Elpida
For months, Elpida and Micron Technology Inc. were discussing consolidation with six Taiwan-based DRAM makers to fight against competition from Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd, said the AP report.
2009-04-03 Taiwan Memory taps Elpida as tech partner
In a possible move to gain control of Taiwan's DRAM industry, Japan's Elpida Memory Inc. has been chosen as strategic partner of Taiwan Memory Co. (TMC).
2003-12-29 SMIC, Elpida sign deal for DRAM production in China
Semiconductor Mfg Int. Corp. (SMIC) and Elpida Corp. have signed a five-year foundry agreement under which SMIC will produce Elpida's 0.10?m DRAM products at its 300mm fabrication facility in China.
2003-01-13 SMIC, Elpida forge foundry partnership
Semiconductor Mfg Int. Corp. and Elpida Memory Inc. have entered a five-year arrangement in which Elpida has appointed SMIC as a foundry partner to produce its 0.135m stacked-capacitor DRAM.
2012-05-08 SK Hynix drops Elpida bid
SK Hynix Inc. has dropped its bid for Elpida Memory Inc. according to reports that referenced a regulatory filing in Seoul.
2012-05-18 Samsung shares plummet on report that Elpida nabs Apple contract
The report speculated that Apple is looking to cut its reliance on Samsung memory chips and turn increasingly to Japanese chipmaker Elpida.
2012-01-05 Ruthless DRAM market leaves Elpida struggling
Elpida's loans that are due to be paid in April have the company looking elsewhere for funds, driving up speculations of a takeover.
2012-06-29 Report: Micron, Elpida reach acquisition deal
According to a report by Japan's Nikkei newspaper, U.S.-based Micron will acquire the bankrupt Japanese memory firm for about $.2.5 billion (roughly ?200 billion).
2012-01-26 Report: Elpida to merge with Micron, Nanya?
Reports of a possible tie up between Micron and Elpida have circulated over the past week. Elpida is in debt and reportedly would not be able to meet its debt obligation.
2004-06-10 Rambus, Elpida modify memory patent licensing deal
Rambus Inc. has extended its SDRAM and DDR DRAM patent licensing agreement with Elpida Memory Inc.
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.
2003-05-08 Promos signs tech pact with Elpida
Promos Technologies Inc. and Elpida Memory Inc. announced they will form a technology alliance, which gives the Taiwan company access to key process technology and helps the Japan firm line up more capacity without investing massive amounts of capital.
2008-07-11 Numonyx, Elpida forge memory foundry deal
Flash-memory upstart Numonyx B.V. has signed on its first silicon foundry partner, by announcing a deal with Japan's Elpida Memory Inc.
2006-07-24 New fab in Taiwan not yet final, Elpida says
Elpida said it has not finalized the location of a new wafer fab after a newspaper reported that the new fab would be in Taiwan.
2003-06-06 NEC, Hitachi to provide additional funding for Elpida
NEC Corp. and Hitachi Ltd have decided to make additional investments of up to ?9 billion in Elpida Memory Inc.
2008-06-24 NEC, Elpida forge display driver JV
NEC Electronics Corp. and Elpida Memory Inc. have entered a joint venture agreement to develop, design and sell display driver ICs.
2012-09-13 Micron-Elpida merger passes U.S. antitrust review
Micron's proposed takeover of struggling DRAM firm Elpida has been granted a go ahead by U.S. regulators.
2012-02-14 Micron, Elpida negotiations still underway
An analyst at Barclays Capital believes that Micron is still in negotiations with Elpida that would result in an asset purchase.
2013-08-02 Micron zones in on Asia with Elpida buyout
New Micron group will centralise main production in Asia through vertical integration to organise duties in its various divisions more effectively.
2012-05-09 Micron wins bid to buy Elpida
Quoting a source that claims to have direct knowledge of the deal, Reuters has reported that Micron has won the exclusive right to negotiate to buy bankrupt Japanese DRAM maker Elpida.
2012-07-04 Micron purchasing Elpida, Rexchip stocks also included
Micron Technology is set to acquire Elpida while also acquiring 89 percent ownership of Rexchip.
2012-05-11 Micron confirms discussions to buy Elpida
According to Micron, Elpida decided to move forward with Micron as its sponsor after the auction process, which closed last week.
2008-03-20 MEARS, Elpida team to improve chip performance
MEARS Technologies Inc. and Elpida Memory Inc. have signed a commercial agreement to together using MEARS Silicon Technology (MST for CMOS) to create more efficient chip performance.
2012-06-22 Loss-making Micron still eyeing Elpida
Despite the company's losses, Micron's CEO said that the company is still interested in buying Elpida as long as deal can be done under the right terms.
2003-06-05 Intel to invest $100 million in Elpida
Intel Corp. will invest about $100 million into Japan-based DRAM manufacturer Elpida Memory Inc. in return for non-voting stocks.
2010-02-25 Infineon sues Elpida for patent infringement
Infineon Technologies filed a complaint with the U.S. ITC against Elpida Memory for certain DRAM and products that infringe four of Infineon's patents covering key inventions in semiconductor processing.
2006-11-08 IDT ships advanced memory buffer to Elpida
IDT announced it is the main advanced memory buffer supplier for Elpida Memory's family of fully-buffered DIMM products.
2012-05-22 Hynix, Globalfoundries may still buy Elpida
A group of bondholders in bankrupt Japanese memory chip vendor Elpida Memory Inc. believes Micron Technology Inc.'s bid to acquire the firm's assets is too low.
2012-03-19 Hynix gains from Elpida's bankruptcy
Hynix has been receiving lots of inquiries from clients concerned about securing a stable supply following Elpida's bankruptcy, says Hynix chief Kwon Oh-chul.
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