2479 news items tagged DRAM
NOR flash chipmakers see more customers eager for long-term dealsThursday 8 April 2021
Taiwan-based NOR flash chipmakers have seen more of their clients eager to strike long-term supply agreements, according to industry sources.
Nanya sees 1Q21 revenue hit 10-quarter highWednesday 7 April 2021
DRAM chipmaker Nanya Technology saw its revenue hit a 10-quarter high of NT$17.73 billion (US$622.3 million) in the first quarter of 2021.
Backend firms to see robust demand for specialty DRAM through 3Q21Tuesday 6 April 2021
Backend houses including Powertech Technology (PTI) and ChipMOS Technologies have seen demand for specialty DRAM chips surge in the last 1-2 months, and are expected to enjoy robust...
PC DRAM prices to rise 13-18% in 2Q21, says TrendForceTuesday 30 March 2021
PC DRAM contract prices, which has grown 3-8% in the first quarter, are forecast to register another sequential growth of 13-18% in the second quarter, according to TrendForce.
DRAM contract prices to rise further in 2Q21Friday 26 March 2021
DRAM contract prices will register a larger sequential rise in the second quarter after rising 5-10% in the first quarter, according to industry sources.
Samsung develops HKMG-based DDR5 memoryFriday 26 March 2021
Samsung Electronics has expanded its DDR5 DRAM memory portfolio with a 512GB DDR5 module based on high-K metal gate (HKMG) process technology, according to the company.
Pure-play foundries mulling floating price contracts for 2022Monday 22 March 2021
Taiwan-based pure-play foundries are already in talks with clients about contracts for 2022, and intend to implement a floating pricing policy amid tight capacity, according to industry...
AP Memory develops versatile heterogeneous memoryFriday 19 March 2021
AP Memory Technology, a subsidiary of Powerchip Technology specializing in customized memory chip designs and IPs, has developed a new heterogeneous integrated technology named VHM...
Global fab equipment spending poised to log 3 straight years of record highs, says SEMIThursday 18 March 2021
Fueled by surging pandemic-inspired demand for electronics devices, the global semiconductor industry is on track to register a rare three consecutive years of record highs in fab...
Winbond board approves capex for new 12-inch fab in southern TaiwanWednesday 17 March 2021
Winbond Electronics' board of directors has approved a capex budget of approximately NT$13.13 billion (US$463.83 million) to invest in the company's new 12-inch wafer plant located...
Pandemic-driven demand boosts semiconductor market up 10.4% in 2020Tuesday 16 March 2021
The semiconductor market saw strong growth in 2020 as the industry marked its third year in the last four of double-digit expansion, despite turmoil from the coronavirus that disrupted...
Memory demand for notebooks still robustMonday 15 March 2021
Brand notebook vendors and OEMs continue to step up their pace of chip orders, including those for memory chips and devices, despite overbooking concerns, according to sources at...
DRAM probe card demand ramping upFriday 12 March 2021
Major memory probe card vendors in the US and Japan have seen a surge in demand from DRAM suppliers, with delivery lead times for their orders already extended to around 20 weeks...
DDR3 memory shortage worsensFriday 12 March 2021
Global supply of DDR3 chips has fallen short of demand by at least over 30,000 wafers, which has been pushing up pricing for the memory, according to industry sources.
Apacer ramping up inventory levelThursday 11 March 2021
Apacer Technology has moved to ramp up its inventory level in anticipation of DRAM and NAND flash price hikes, according to CK Chang, president of the memory module maker.
Winbond, Macronix post brisk February resultsTuesday 9 March 2021
Winbond Electronics, a maker of specialty DRAM and flash memory, and ROM and flash memory chipmaker Macronix International both saw their revenues for February 2021 come to high levels...
SK Hynix announces mass production of 18GB LPDDR5 mobile DRAMMonday 8 March 2021
SK Hynix has kicked off mass production of 18GB LPDDR5 mobile DRAM, which offers the largest capacity in the industry, according to the company.
Adata expects DRAM shortage to worsen in 2Q21Friday 5 March 2021
Memory module house Adata Technology expects shortages of DRAM memory to become severe in the second quarter, thanks to robust demand for notebooks, handsets and data centers, and...
DRAM, NOR flash prices to rise through 2H21Friday 5 March 2021
DRAM and NOR flash memory prices are expected to rise through the second half of 2021, as growth on the supply side fails to catch up, according to industry sources.
Highlights of the day: DRAM prices risingThursday 4 March 2021
DRAM supply has already fallen short of demand with the chip shortages worsening. DRAM contract prices are expected...
TSMC sees revenue per wafer surgeThursday 4 March 2021
TSMC was the only pure-play foundry manufacturing ICs using both 7nm and 5nm process nodes, which boosted its overall revenue per wafer significantly in 2020, according to IC Insig...
DRAM contract prices set to continue growing in 2Q21Thursday 4 March 2021
DRAM contract prices are set to continue rising in the second quarter of 2021, according to Nanya Technology, which has reported sequential and on-year increases in February revenu...
Automotive memory demand promisingWednesday 3 March 2021
Memory chipmakers and related controller suppliers have stepped up their deployments in the automotive field, looking to grasp new business opportunities.
ESMT sees profit hike on rising specialty DRAM pricesTuesday 2 March 2021
Memory-IC design house Elite Semiconductor Memory Technology (ESMT) has reported net profit surged over 50% sequentially and 100% on year to NT$139 million (US$4.99 million) in January...
TSMC ranks in top-10 for capacity in main wafer sizesFriday 26 February 2021
As of December 2020, only TSMC was among the wafer capacity leaders in each of the main wafer size categories ranked by IC Insights. The Taiwan-based foundry had the most 200mm wafer...