News tagged Nanya
Last update: Thursday 6 March 2014 [326 news items]
Nanya files ITC complaint against Elpida
Nov 22, 11:14
Nanya Technology has filed a complaint against rival Elpida Memory with the International Trade Commission, asking the agency to bar the US imports of Elpida's DRAM chips that infringe...
Nanya fundraiser backed by parent company
Stockwatch - Nov 18, 01:10
Nanya Technology has announced that four affiliates of parent company Formosa Plastic Group will subscribe to its new shares through a private placement, according to a company filing...
Nanya, Inotera post larger losses for 3Q11
Oct 19, 16:13
Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories both saw their net losses widen sequentially and on year in the third quarter of 2011, affected by falling DRAM prices.
Inotera to raise NT$7.7 billion
Oct 7, 01:40
Inotera Memories has revealed plans to raise an additional paid-in capital of NT$7.7 billion (US$251.6 million) through issuing 1.1 billion new shares. The new funds will be used...
Nanya September revenues up, Inotera down
Oct 3, 15:35
Nanya Technology saw revenues increase 7% sequentially to NT$2.57 billion (US$84 million) in September 2011 while Inotera Memories' slid 6.5% on month to NT$2.88 billion.
Nanya plans fundraiser
Sep 29, 01:00
Nanya Technology's board of directors has approved plans to issue up to 15 billion new shares through a private placement. Proceeds will be used to strengthen its capital structure...
Nanya to cut DRAM output by 10%, says paper
Newswatch - Sep 6, 10:08
Nanya Technology has decided to scale down standard DRAM production by 10% in September with an aim to help chip prices bounce back, according to a Chinese-language Economic Daily...
Nanya, Inotera receive loans from affiliate
Stockwatch - Aug 30, 15:03
Nan Ya Plastics has issued filings with the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) disclosing two separate one-year loans it has provided to DRAM manufacturers Nanya Technology and Inotera Me...
NPC, Unimicron 2Q11 profits beat market estimates
Aug 25, 01:35
Taiwan-based IC substrate suppliers Nanya PCB (NPC) and Unimicron Technology have both reported double-digit sequential growth in net profits for the second quarter of 2011, beating...
Nanya, Inotera to post another quarter of losses
Jul 18, 11:45
Nanya Technology is likely to remain unprofitable in the second quarter of 2011, which would mark the sixth straight quarterly loss for the DRAM manufacturer, according to market...
NPC expects double-digit growth in 3Q11 revenues
Jun 24, 01:05
PCB and IC substrate supplier Nanya PCB (NPC) expects revenues to increase by a double-digit rate sequentially in the third quarter of 2011, according to company chairman CJ Wu, adding...
Nanya turning focus away from PC DRAM
Jun 15, 14:56
Nanya Technology is shifting its focus to server-use DRAM and mobile RAM targeted at smartphones and tablet PCs, while reducing its reliance on PC DRAM to respond to continued chip...
Nanya and Inotera report losses for 1Q11
Apr 21, 01:00
Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories have reported net losses for the first quarter of 2011 of NT$9.03 billion (US$311 million) and NT$4.04 billion, respectively. This marked the...
DRAM makers March revenues up on-month
Apr 7, 01:05
Inotera Memories, Nanya Technology and Powerchip Technology have all reported sequential growth in revenues for March 2011, thanks to rising chip ASPs.
Nanya PCB 2010 profits hit six-year low
Newswatch - Mar 24, 14:02
Nanya PCB (NPC) has announced net profits of NT$2.06 billion (US$69.63 million) for 2010, the company's lowest level in the past six years, according to a company filing with the...
Nanya to raise capital through rights issue
Stockwatch - Mar 22, 16:37
Nanya Technology's board of directors has approved a rights issue for up to 700 million shares of common stock. The additional paid-in capital will be used to fund equipment purchase...
Nanya says no supply fears
Mar 18, 01:10
There is growing concern that upstream materials and wafer supplies could be limited in the aftermath of the earthquake in Japan. Nanya Technology, however, does not anticipate any...