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2011-10-26 Thai floods cause chain reaction in market supply
Thailand's floods have forced some HDD manufacturers to temporarily cease their operations. This is seen to affect not only the HDD market supply but the PC market as well.
2007-12-12 Tessera files new patent complaint before U.S. ITC
Tessera Technologies has filed a new patent infringement complaint against several companies with the U.S. ITC.
2010-10-08 TearDown: Inside a 3D desktop scanner
The desktop NextEngine 3D Scanner competes with more expensive scanners by creating mesh files of 3D objects for industrial design, reverse engineering, CGI and content creation. Here's a look inside.
2007-03-22 Taiwan's Inotera to built more 12inch fabs, to spend $6B
DRAM maker Inotera Memories Inc. disclosed its plan to spend up to $6 billion to build two more 12inch fabs in northern Taiwan.
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.
2006-10-16 Taiwan seeks chip partners in India
A 19-member team from the Taiwan Semiconductor Industry Association recently visited India's silicon hub in Bangalore to explore partnerships in chip design and embedded software with its counterparts in the sub-continent.
2004-03-10 Taiwan outpaces other DRAM makers in 2003
Taiwan's row of 12-inch DRAM fabs is powering the island to a 105.3 percent year-on-year output growth - the strongest among the world's key DRAM producers.
2005-11-09 Taiwan moves up in Q3 DRAM rankings
The overall DRAM rankings were relatively unchanged in the third quarter of 2005, although Taiwan's providers were the big winners in the period, according to Gartner Dataquest Inc
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).
2005-06-20 Taiwan memory chip firms post slight growth in May revenues
Memory chipmakers based in Taiwan registered an average growth of 3 to 4 percent in their revenues in May as shipment of DRAM chips surged.
2011-01-04 Taiwan DRAM vendors face tough 2011
The year ahead poses many challenges for the island's DRAM manufacturers which face competition from South Korea and takeover attempts by Japan's Elpida.
2003-04-22 Taiwan DRAM makers demand tariff against Hynix chips
Taiwan's leading memory makers are banding together to win government support for a tariff against DRAM chips made by Hynix Semiconductor Inc., following in the footsteps of companies in the U.S. and Europe.
2006-09-05 Taiwan checks out India for possible chip partnerships
A 19-member team from the Taiwan Semiconductor Industry Association visited India's silicon hub to explore partnerships in chip design and embedded software with its counterparts in the sub-continent.
2010-06-22 Surprise movements in Q1 DRAM rankings
South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. and Hynix Semiconductor Inc. together owned more than 50 percent of the fast-expanding DRAM market in Q1, according to the rankings from iSuppli Corp.
2006-09-07 Sun, Unisys sue "DRAM price fixers"
Sun Microsystems and Unisys have filed suit against South Korean chip maker Hynix Semiconductor seeking damages from its participation in DRAM price fixing, according to online reports.
2012-02-02 South Korea surpassed Japan in IC sales
Although South Korean companies are still struggling due to the harsh memory market, they have gained more than two points of market share since 2009.
2010-08-11 South Korea makers sustain lion's share of DRAM market
South Korea makers Samsung Electronics and Hynix together accounted for more than 56 percent of the global DRAM market in Q2 2010, with Samsung taking a strong lead at 35.3 percent and Hynix a distant second at 20.9 percent.
2012-03-05 SIA releases fab capacity report for the last time
Right after Intel and AMD has withdrawn from the WSTS program, SIA released an alarming statement saying it will discontinue releasing data on chip fab capacity utilization.
2014-01-20 Samsung, TSMC, Micron lead IC industry by capacity
The top 10 companies now hold 67 percent of worldwide IC industry capacity, up from 54 percent in 2009.
2011-11-29 Samsung, Micron defy DRAM market slump
The top eight DRAM makers accounted for 97.6 percent of the market in Q3up very slightly from the 97.4 percent in Q2.
2013-04-01 Samsung, Intel lead 2013 IC capital spending, says report
IC insights has reported that over a four-year period, Samsung is forecast to spend $46.9 billion while Intel will spend $40.0 billion in capital expenditures.
2011-12-14 Samsung sits atop DRAM hill
Growing by 3.5 percentage points, Samsung's market share increased to 45 percent in 3Q11.
2009-02-11 Samsung shaken by DRAM doldrums
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd, the dominant market leader in the DRAM industry, is no longer immune to the downturn, as the South Korean giant completely misses its shipment growth guidance in Q4 08, suffering a decline in market share and losing money for the first time in a year.
2008-08-21 Samsung leads NAND market ranking in Q2
The NAND flash memory market remained constant in Q2, but Samsung's ranking stood as the only profitable supplier during the period, according to iSuppli Corp.
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.
2011-09-22 Rough year for the chip industry
The sluggish IC market sales this year will be mainly due to the uncertain future of the global economy and mobile system transitions.
2009-03-09 Report: Taiwan plans DRAM venture
The Taiwan government has stepped in to bail out the island's loss-ridden DRAM sector.
2010-02-15 Report: Samsung hogs ASML litho supply chain
Samsung is procuring a slew of 193nm scanners from ASML Holding NV, is hogging the supply chain for ASML systems.
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.
2009-01-08 Report: DRAM capex to drop 47% this year
DRAMeXchange forecasts a decline in capital expenditure amongst global DRAM makers of 47 percent compared to the previous year.
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