392 news items tagged Inotera
Inotera orders equipment from Applied MaterialsWednesday 23 December 2015
DRAM maker Inotera Memories has purchased a batch of production equipment from Applied Materials for around NT$734 million (US$22.3 million), according to a company filing with the...
Commentary: Is Micron investment in Inotera a good buy?Friday 18 December 2015
Micron Technology has offered a deal to make Taiwan-based Inotera Memories a wholly-own subsidiary. Micron, which holds a 33% stake in Inotera, is offering to buy the remaining outstanding...
Nanya to invest up to NT$31.5 billion in MicronMonday 14 December 2015
Taiwan-based Nanya Technology has announced plans to invest up to NT$31.5 billion (US$958 million) in Micron Technology to acquire the US firm's equity. The planned investment has...
Micron to acquire Inotera remaining sharesMonday 14 December 2015
Micron Technology and Inotera Memories have signed an agreement for Micron to acquire Inotera's remaining shares for consideration worth NT$30 (approximately US$0.92) per share, according...
Inotera, Nanya report decreased November revenuesMonday 7 December 2015
November revenues at both Inotera Memories and Nanya Technology declined reflecting continued falls in DRAM chip prices.
Inotera orders NT$2.55 billion of equipmentFriday 4 December 2015
Inotera Memories recently announced two separate equipment purchases from KLA-Tencor and Tokyo Electron totaling about NT$2.55 billion (US$77.8 million).
Inotera buys equipment from MicronWednesday 2 December 2015
DRAM maker Inotera Memories has announced the purchase of a batch of production equipment from Micron Technology for around NT$411 million (US$12.58 million).
Inotera names new chairmanTuesday 10 November 2015
The board of directors of Inotera Memories has appointed Pei Ing Lee to replace Charles Kau as chairman effective November 10, 2015, according to the Taiwan-based DRAM maker.
DRAM makers Nanya, Inotera post mixed October resultsFriday 6 November 2015
Nanya Technology saw its October revenues increase 6.3% on month while fellow DRAM company Inotera Memories' revenues decreased 2.1%.
Inotera to appoint new chairmanMonday 2 November 2015
Inotera Memories will hold a regular board meeting in mid-November to elect a new chairman to replace Charles Kau, according to a company's post on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE).
Charles Kau remains Inotera chairman, says company CFOWednesday 28 October 2015
Charles Kau is still the chairman of Inotera Memories, and there has been no change to the post, said company CFO Peter Shen while hosting an October 27 investors meeting to discuss...
Inotera 3Q15 profits decline, revenues slideTuesday 27 October 2015
Inotera Memories has announced net profits of NT$5.77 billion (US$178.4 million) on consolidated revenues of NT$14.49 billion for the third quarter of 2015, representing on-year declines...
Inotera, Nanya report decreased September revenuesMonday 12 October 2015
DRAM chipmakers Inotera Memories and Nanya Technology have both reported revenue decreases for September 2015.
Commentary: China DRAM industry set to riseWednesday 7 October 2015
China's DRAM industry is set to take a big step forward as its state-backed technology conglomerate Tsinghua Unigroup has successfully raided a senior executive from Taiwan's DRAM...
Inotera chairman reportedly to be hired by Tsinghua UnigroupMonday 5 October 2015
Rumors have been circulating in Taiwan's semiconductor industry that Charles Kau, who works both as Inotera Memories chairman and Nanya Technology president, will be hired by China's...
Nanya August revenues up, Inotera downMonday 7 September 2015
Nanya Technology saw its August revenues increase around 2% sequentially while fellow DRAM company Inotera Memories' revenues fell nearly 5%.
SEMICON Taiwan 2015: Inotera, Applied and HMI positive about semi industry outlookWednesday 2 September 2015
Inotera Memories, Applied Materials and Hermes Microvision (HMI) are all positive about the prospects of the global semiconductor industry although they have different views about...
Nanya July revenues rise, Inotera flatFriday 7 August 2015
Nanya Technology saw its July revenues increase 2.4% sequentially while fellow DRAM company Inotera Memories' revenues stayed almost flat.
Inotera raises capex for 2015Wednesday 29 July 2015
Inotera Memories has raised its capex budget to NT$57 billion (US$1.81 billion) for 2015, and reiterated plans to convert 80% of its total wafer start capacity to 20nm process technology...
DRAM makers Inotera, Nanya see 2Q15 profits shrinkTuesday 28 July 2015
Taiwan-based DRAM chipmakers Inotera Memories and Nanya Technology both saw their profits decline more than 30% sequentially in the second quarter of 2015, due mainly to falling product...
Inotera, Nanya report decreased revenues for 2Q15Monday 13 July 2015
Revenues at DRAM chipmakers Inotera Memories and Nanya Technology continued to fall in June 2015 dragging down their revenues for the second quarter.
Inotera, Nanya report decreased revenues for MayMonday 8 June 2015
DRAM chipmakers Inotera Memories and Nanya Technology have both reported revenue decreases for May 2015.
DRAM maker Inotera expects better market conditions in 2H15Wednesday 13 May 2015
DRAM market conditions will be better in the third quarter of 2015, recovering from the bad first half of the year, according to Charles Kau, chairman for Inotera Memories.
Taiwan DRAM makers post mixed April resultsWednesday 6 May 2015
Nanya Technology saw its April revenues decline 4% sequentially while fellow DRAM company Inotera Memories' sales increased 1.3% on month.
China unlikely to develop home-grown DRAM technology within five years, say Nanya and InoteraMonday 4 May 2015
Responding to China's ambitions to step into the memory industry, Inotera Memories and Nanya Technology both believe that it is unlikely China can develop home-grown DRAM technology...