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2008-11-10 DRAM vendors struggle to overcome 'insolvency'
A DRAM shakeout continues amid the ongoing economic downturn and potential technology setbacks in the sector.
2010-06-28 DRAM vendors fined $173M for price-fixing
Some 32 states in the United States agreed on a $173 million-settlement with six DRAM manufacturers who 'conspired in an illegal global scheme to fix prices.'
2005-11-18 DRAM vendors consolidate rankings in Q3
The top eight ranked vendors of DRAM retained the same positions in the third quarter, according to market research company iSuppli Corp., although market leader Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd displayed relatively low sequential growth of 5.8 percent.
2013-10-02 DRAM spot prices across the board shoot up post-SK Hynix fire
The incident at SK Hynix's Wuxi plant, which has led to a sudden surge in market demand, pushed spot market prices for mainstream PC DRAM 2Gb to 36 per cent since the day of the fire, noted TrendForce.
2007-02-06 DRAM sales up 16.2% in Q4
Sales revenue of global DRAM makers in Q4 grew 16.2 percent q-o-q, according to market research firm DRAMeXchange.
2013-08-12 DRAM reaches market maturity since 1970 debut
IC Insights said a good sign that the DRAM market has reached maturity is that capital expenditures in 2013 are forecast to be $4 billion, only slightly more than the $3.9 billion spent during 2009.
2013-05-16 DRAM price rises in traditionally weak Q1
DRAMeXchange revealed that contract price for mainstream DDR3 4GB modules has increased from $17.25 at the beginning of Q1 to $23.5 at the end of March, a 36.2 per cent increase.
2013-10-22 DRAM market defies post-PC threat with 11% growth in Q1
Operating margins climbed to a lofty 27 per cent during the April to June period, up from 11 per cent in 1Q13, according to IHS.
2013-06-12 DRAM makers find new processes for sub-nm DRAM cells
TechInsights studied the processes and device architectures of mass-produced 3xnm SDRAM cell array structures from major manufacturers and found that the technologies can be scaled further.
2008-02-20 DRAM makers chalk up worst figures in 2007
DRAM makers performed the worst in 2007 in terms of revenue growth, overturning the trend a year earlier, according to a study from market research group IC Insights Inc.
2002-10-18 DRAM makers begin march toward DDR-2
Prepping for the high-end systems that should appear in 2004, chip vendors are laying the groundwork for next-generation DDR DRAM.
2007-06-05 DRAM gain stirs Asian chip stock rally
A five-percent jump in DRAM prices in the spot market set off a chip stock rally in Asia late last week, Reuters reported.
2011-08-17 DRAM contract price drops for 1HAug
Contract price for DDR 2Gb and 4Gb decreased 15.52 percent and 16.07 percent, to $12.25 and $23.5, respectively, says DRAMeXchange.
2007-01-09 Draft-n router claims 300Mbps wireless speed
The Netgear WNR854T access point provides backward compatibility with 802.11b/g, but draft-n capability lets it deliver wireless connections at up to a raw claimed 300Mbps.
2012-02-17 Dissecting the Micron-Elpida merger
The combined company would have a 28 percent share of worldwide DRAM manufacturing capacity, placing it just behind Samsung.
2008-04-07 DDR3 SO-DIMMs validated for Mobile Intel chipset
Qimonda AG has announced the validation of its DDR3 SO-DIMMs for the upcoming Mobile Intel 45 Express chipset family, bringing its power saving, high-performance memory to the industry's first DDR3 notebooks based on the Intel Centrino 2 processor technology in mid 2008.
2008-01-31 DDR3 SO-DIMMs save power in notebook PCs
Qimonda's new SO-DIMM modules consist of 1Gbit DDR3 components manufactured in 75nm technology and promise a significant reduction in terms of power consumption, as they take full advantage of DDR3's 1.5V supply.
2011-09-30 DDR3 2Gb contract price stabilizes
The contract price of DDR3 4Gb slid by 4.88 percent, which is due to DRAM makers' actively pushing the device into mainstream specifications.
2004-01-07 Chip growth will stay hot all year, forecasters say
The IC market recovery, now entering its second year, will see rapid growth before peaking late this year or early next and giving way to more moderate growth in 2005.
2015-11-02 China to buy 25% share in Taiwan's Powertech
Tsinghua Unigroup's investment is expected to help Powertech expand its assembly capacity in Taiwan, develop advanced production processes and recruit staff.
2013-07-04 Capacity for 300mm wafers to grow 70% by 2017
IC Insights forecasted that production using 300mm wafers will steadily increase and reach 70.4 per cent in 2017 while 200mm wafers is expected to drop to 21 per cent in December 2017.
2009-07-29 Can Taiwan DRAM vendors stay independent?
Taiwan's DRAM industry is scrambling to find new ways to survive amid the horrific memory downturn.
2009-01-07 Buzz: Will Samsung increase DRAM prices?
South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd is mulling a plan to raise its DRAM prices, while Taiwan's suppliers have cut production, according to an analyst.
2008-11-25 Buzz: Elpida muses on Powerchip buyout
Japan DRAM maker Elpida Memory Inc. is mulling over a plan to acquire Taiwan's Powerchip Semiconductor Corp., according to reports from Reuters and others.
2006-12-14 ASML bags 45nm litho deal at IBM, AMD
IBM and AMD presented papers describing the use of immersion lithography, ultra-low-k dielectrics, and multiple enhanced transistor strain techniques for 45nm microprocessor designs.
2008-07-15 Are chipmakers in the mood to buy equipment?
Fab-tool capital spending is down, but not out. So, which chipmaker will buy IC-equipment in the near future and who will slam the door on vendors' faces?
2007-06-08 Apple TV animates living room experience
The Apple TV marches on toward the living room with one goal: to move digital media from the "lean forward" world of the computer to the "lean back" environment of the home television.
2008-09-24 Analysts: Micron-Qimonda deal in the works
Micron Technology Inc., long rumored to be working toward an acquisition of Qimonda AG's stake in Inotera Memories Inc., may now be on the verge of a deal to acquire more assets of the struggling Infineon Technologies spinoff, according to analysts.
2009-01-12 Analyst: No winners in DRAM 'chicken game'
In the multibillion DRAM industry, many suppliers have engaged in massive spending programs to increase capacity and take market share from competitorsa 'chicken game' that leaves no winner among its players.
2008-09-30 Analyst: Micron plays waiting game in Qimonda takeover
Micron Technology Inc. is playing the waiting game before it buys Qimonda AG, or at least pieces of the troubled DRAM maker, according to an analyst.
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