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2005-04-11 Stanley: DRAM contract prices to decline at least 5 percent
Investment firm Morgan Stanley says that DRAM manufacturers are wary about market conditions this quarter despite the rising number of contracts and spot prices.
2006-02-28 Prices of PCB components to increase
Prices of PCB-related components such as glass fiber, glass yarn and copper-clad laminates are forecast to increase by at least 5 percent next month.
2015-12-16 Micron to buy remaining Inotera shares in $3.2B deal
Micron owns about 33 per cent of Inotera, saying it would buy the remaining 67 per cent of Inotera for about $0.92 per share, resulting in net value of about $900 million in cash on Inotera's books.
2011-04-29 Micron plans Inotera takeover, strengthens Taiwan ties
Micron could purchase Nanya's stake in Inotera to gain full ownership of the joint DRAM venture, a move that would serve to strengthen its alliances in Taiwan.
2005-06-03 Inotera, Infineon ramp 90nm DRAM production
Inotera Memories Inc., the joint venture between Infineon Technologies AG and Nanya Technology Corp., is beginning a transition to 90nm DRAM manufacturing, and Infineon has already moved 5 percent of its production over to 90nm, Infineon said
2002-05-06 Infineon strikes DRAM fab, capacity deals with Taiwan suppliers
Hoping to find strength?and perhaps profit?in numbers, two DRAM makers joined forces Thursday (May 2) in an effort to compete in a market stricken with consolidation fever.
2006-02-15 DRAM revenues declined 5% in 2005, says Gartner
Nanya and Elpida were the only companies in the top ranked half dozen, that were able to increase DRAM sales in a 2005 market that declined 5% compared with 2004, according to Gartner Dataquest.
2006-04-05 DRAM prices to rebound in June, says suppliers
DRAM manufacturers in Taiwan are optimistic of pricing trends by Q3 of this year despite declines in the past few weeks.
2004-09-20 DRAM market growth to abate, analysts agree
With another sharp downturn expected within two years, the historically cyclical DRAM industry is grappling with vastly slower market growth rates that promise to change the sector's landscape in the coming years, panelists and an analyst suggested Sept. 13 at a two-day Gartner Dataquest conference here.
2003-09-25 Capital spending forecast for 2003 revised upward
A recent buying spree among Nanya, NEC, and Samsung has prompted an industry watcher to slightly raise its capital spending survey forecast by 2 percent.
2001-05-16 AMD and VIA validate DDR SDRAM modules
This news article describes Nanya Technology's move to go into the double-data-rate (DDR) memory with the help of Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and VIA Technologies Inc.
2008-03-28 Rambus is victorious in trial vs. memory makers
Rambus has scored a legal victory against memory makers Hynix Semiconductor, Micron Technologies and Nanya Technology in relation to its participation in the early 1990s in the standards body Jedec.
2008-10-14 Micron acquires Qimonda's Inotera stake
Micron is expanding its partnership with Nanya and is signing a definitive agreement to acquire Qimonda AG's 35.6 percent ownership stake in Inotera Memories.
2008-05-19 IC Insights notes shakeup in Q1 chip rankings
IC Insight's Q1 IC suppliers ranking shows a major shuffle, with several leading DRAM suppliers including Qimonda, Spansion, Elpida and Nanya no longer in the top 20.
2010-05-19 Gartner lists Q1 DRAM winners, losers
Gartner Inc.'s preliminary DRAM market share numbers for Q1 found Samsung, Micron, Powerchip, ProMOS in the winners list, while Hynix, Elpida, Nanya and Winbond in the losers.
2010-10-26 DRAM makers lose again
Nanya Technology Corp. and Inotera Memories Inc. reported losses for the quarter, posted losses-again.
2009-02-10 Court halts Rambus case vs. memory makers
The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California stayed the coordinated cases involving memory manufacturers Hynix, Micron, Nanya and Samsung, in view of a recent ruling from the Delaware District Court.
2003-09-15 Axcelis to provide ion implanters to Inotera
Axcelis Technologies has secured an $18M ion implant order from Inotera Memories - a DRAM joint venture between Infineon Technologies and Nanya Technology Corp.
2008-04-28 Analysis: It's the season of memory JVs
Last week's announcement of the MeiYa Technology DRAM joint venture between Nanya and Micron offered further evidence that JVs are in vogueif not indispensablein the memory industry.
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.
2004-05-06 Winbond plans 300mm wafer fab in 2005
Looking to ride a recovery in the semiconductor market, Winbond Electronics Corp. is putting into motion plans for a long-awaited 300mm wafer fab that will come on line in late 2005.
2009-03-13 Will Taiwan DRAM venture push through?
Is the proposed Taiwan memory venture already falling apart?
2015-11-04 What's stopping China from investing in MediaTek?
China's Tsinghua Unigroup has expressed interest in buying fabless semiconductor company MediaTek. However, Taiwan's laws prevent Chinese firms from investing in Taiwanese companies.
2009-05-05 What should Taiwan DRAM makers do to survive?
Taiwan's DRAM makers have been losing money for a long while. And there is no end in sight. According to Mark LaPedus, it's time for Taiwan's DRAM makers to merge, consolidateor give up.
2011-11-30 Weak PC demand drags DRAM price
The ASP of DDR3 4GB dropped by 7.9 percent to $17.5, while DDR3 2GB fell below $10 to $9.5, a 7.3 percent decline.
2008-03-25 Weak memory segment drags chip market
Surprising weakness in the memory chip market in Q4 took the wind out of the sails of the global semiconductor market, causing growth in 2007 to fall short of expectations, according to iSuppli.
2012-09-17 Unified production cuts can ease DRAM industry's oversupply
According to DRAMeXchange, if Samsung, Micron and SK Hynix do not form a unified effort in cutting production or using the right product mix, the oversupply situation will likely extend until 2013.
2005-09-21 TSMC promises MEMS platform in '06
After three years of research and development, foundry Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. believes 2006 will be the year it begins to see results from its efforts to merge IC process technology with microelectromechanical systems (MEMS).
2009-05-19 Trade group skeptical on Taiwan DRAM venture
The Taiwanese government plan to consolidate the island's DRAM industry around the state-backed Taiwan Memory Co. (TMC) remains unclear and could do more harm than good, according to a report released May 14 by a U.S.-Taiwan lobbying group.
2009-09-23 TMC signs up ProMOS as manufacturing partner
Taiwan Memory Co. (TMC) has formed an alliance with ProMOS Technologies Inc. as a manufacturing partner.
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