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  • Last update: Monday 13 October 2014 [292 news items]

Inotera posts gains in September revenues

Stockwatch - Oct 13, 15:42

Inotera has reported consolidated revenues of NT$6.793 billion (US$226.43 million) for September 2014, representing a 1.2% increase on month and 13.66% increase on year.

Inotera, Nanya post revenue gains for August

Newswatch - Sep 10, 14:24

DRAM chipmakers Inotera Memories and Nanya Technology both have reported revenue gains for August as compared to a month earlier and a year earlier.

Inotera revenues stay flat in July

Aug 7, 15:13

Inotera Memories has reported revenues of NT$6.87 billion (US$228.85 million) for July, down 1.3% sequentially but up 27.2% on year. For the first seven months, revenues totaled NT$48.54...

Inotera, Nanya Technology report strong earnings for 2Q14

Jul 30, 11:18

Inotera Memories and Nanya Technology both have reported strong earnings for the second quarter of 2014 and expect sales and gross margin to continue moving upwards in the third quarter...

Inotera posts revenue gains in May

Jun 9, 12:17

Inotera Memories has reported consolidated revenues of NT$7.41 billion (US$246.78 million) for May, up 5.8% sequentially and 78.4% on year. For the first five months of 2014, revenues...

Inotera looks to higher gross margin in 2Q14

May 30, 14:17

DRAM chipmaker Inotera Memories expects its gross margin for the second quarter of 2014 to be higher than the 54% of a quarter earlier, according to company chairman Charles Kau.

Inotera chairman Charles Kau

Inotera, Winbond to post strong earnings for 2Q14

May 20, 16:25

Inotera Memories and Winbond Electronics are expected to see their earnings continue to soar in the second quarter of 2014 due to continued hikes in DRAM chip prices, according to...

Inotera sees revenues up over 120% during January-April 2014

May 7, 11:40

Memory chipmaker Inotera Memories has reported revenues of NT$6.46 billion (US$214.53 million) for April, down 7.5% sequentially, but up 87.6% on year. For the first four months of...

Inotera 1Q14 earnings higher than expected

Apr 22, 22:00

Memory chipmaker Inotera Memories has reported net profits of NT$11.25 billion (US$372.13 million) for the first quarter of 2014, higher than market expectations of NT$11 billion...

Inotera March revenues meet market expectations

Apr 10, 21:27

DRAM chipmaker Inotera Memories has reported revenues of NT$6.62 billion (US$220.40 million) for March, up 9.9% on month, which met market expectations for a 10% sequential growth.

ASE, Inotera reportedly to set up 3D IC packaging joint venture

Mar 31, 21:48

Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE) reportedly plans to team up with Inotera Memories to set up a joint venture for handling TSV (through-silicon via) 3D IC packaging.

Inotera, Nanya February sales down on-month

Mar 6, 15:27

DRAM makers Inotera Memories and Nanya Technology have announced sequential decreases of 16.6% and 10.3%, respectively, in February consolidated sales.

Inotera to raise more than NT$10 billion through GDR

Feb 14, 11:11

DRAM maker Inotera Memories, the Taiwan-based production subsidiary of Micron Technology, plans to raise more than NT$10 billion (US$330 million) by issuing GDRs (global depositary...

Inotera to raise more than NT$10 billion via GDR

Inotera January sales fall 11%

Feb 10, 16:21

Inotera Memories saw its January sales decrease about 11% on month, due mainly to its revised pricing model with Micron Technology.

Inotera posts EPS of NT$3.66 in 2013

Jan 28, 21:48

Memory product maker Inotera Memories has reported revenues of NT$58.99 billion (US$1.94 billion), net profits of NT$212 million and an EPS of NT$3.66 for 2013.

Micron renews DRAM pricing at Inotera

Jan 8, 11:38

Micron Technology and Formosa Plastics Group (the parent company of Inotera Memories) have recently renewed pricing for the purchase of DRAM chips from Inotera with the new prices...

Inotera profits soar in 4Q13

Jan 6, 22:32

Inotera Memories generated earnings of as high as NT$4-4.5 billion (US$133-150 million) in December alone, market observers have estimated. Profits for the fourth quarter of 2013...

Inotera to raise funding

Dec 20, 10:34

Inotera Memories plans to raise capital through issuing up to 450 million new shares for open sale on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) or by floating GDRs. The funding will be used...

Inotera, Nanya November sales rise on-year

Dec 6, 14:33

Taiwan-based DRAM maker Inotera Memories saw its November revenues soar 117.3% from a year ago while revenues at Nanya Technology grew 33.7% on year, according to financial data released...

Nanya, Inotera October sales surge

Nov 6, 14:46

Taiwan-based DRAM memory maker Nanya Technology saw its consolidated revenues surge 81.7% from a year earlier in October 2013, while revenues at Inotera Memories jumped 105.1% on...

Inotera likely to post net profits of over NT$10 billion in 4Q13

Nov 4, 21:56

DRAM maker Inotera Memories is expected to post net profits of over NT$10 billion (US$340 million) in the fourth quarter of 2013, buoyed by tight supply of memory chips in the contract...

Nanya, Inotera 4Q13 outlook optimistic

Oct 24, 13:49

Nanya Technology expects its revenues to register double-digit sequential growth with higher profits in the fourth quarter, while fellow DRAM company Inotera Memories is set to see...

Nanya, Inotera 3Q13 profits soar

Oct 23, 16:03

Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories saw their net profits soar in the third quarter of 2013, thanks to rising DRAM prices.

Nanya, Inotera September revenues rise

Oct 7, 22:29

Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories both saw September revenue increases driven by rising DRAM prices. Nanya has reported consolidated revenues of NT$3.805 billion (US$129.5 million)...

Inotera, Adata expected to benefit from PC DRAM price hikes, says paper

Newswatch - Sep 16, 11:34

As PC-use DRAM spot prices have risen over 30% due to tight supply arising from a fire accident at SK Hynix's 12-inch fab in eastern China, DRAM maker Inotera Memories is expected...

Nanya, Inotera post strong on-year growths for August

Sep 9, 11:05

DRAM maker Nanya Technology has reported August consolidated revenues of NT$3.513 billion (US$117 million), dipping 15.12% sequentially but growing 53.29% on year, while fellow maker...

Inotera to begin trial production of 20nm chips in 4Q13

Sep 3, 21:29

DRAM maker Inotera Memories will begin trial production of 20nm chips in the fourth quarter of 2013 with mass production slated for the second half of 2014, according to company president...

Micron pursues profit growth after Elpida acquisition

Aug 5, 10:58

Micron Technology is putting profits first instead of fighting for market share, according to company president Mark Adams. After acquiring Elpida Memory, the US memory chipmaker...

Mark Adams, president at Micron Technology

Inotera July revenues hit record

Aug 5, 10:22

Taiwan-based DRAM maker Inotera Memories generated consolidated revenues of NT$5.397 billion (US$180 million) for July, hitting monthly record for the second consecutive month and...

New Micron to see market share surpass SK Hynix, nearly on par with Samsung, says DRAMeXchange

Aug 1, 11:33

Following the closing of its acquisition of Elpida Memory, the new Micron Technology group's DRAM wafer volume will reach up to 350,000 units per month, which is significantly higher...

Inotera swings to 2Q13 profit

Jul 24, 11:35

Taiwan-based DRAM chipmaker Inotera Memories has reported net profits for the second quarter of 2013, ending a string of 13 consecutive quarter losses.

Nanya, Inotera post mixed June results

Jul 8, 22:02

Nanya Technology has reported decreased revenues for June 2013 while fellow DRAM company Inotera Memories' revenues increased more than 20% on month.

The lesson to be learned from Samsung: Q&A with Inotera chairman Charles Kau

Jun 27, 11:31

Inotera Memories and Nanya Technology, two DRAM subsidiaries under the Formosa Plastics Group (FPG), have survived the latest industry consolidation. Nanya has transformed itself...

Inotera chairman Charles Kau

DRAM supply shortage to extend through 2015, says Inotera executive

Jun 19, 13:46

The current DRAM shortage will continue for at least three years, with the supply gap to be widened year by year, according to Inotera Memories chairman Charles Kau, which also serves...

Inotera May sales up over 20%

Jun 4, 11:57

DRAM manufacturer Inotera Memories has announced that revenues for May 2013 increased 20.6% sequentially and 26.2% from a year ago to NT$4.15 billion (US$138.6 million).

Rising DRAM prices to boost Inotera revenues and profits in 2Q13
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