2362 news items tagged DRAM
Nanya revenue falls to 5-month lowWednesday 5 August 2020
DRAM maker Nanya Technology has reported revenue declined 7.8% sequentially to a five-month low of NT$4.91 billion (US$166.8 million) in July 2020.
NAND flash, DRAM to remain largest IC market segmentsFriday 31 July 2020
DRAM and NAND flash are expected to repeat as the two largest IC segments again in 2020 after holding the same positions in 2019, according to IC Insights.
Winbond swings to profit in 2Q20Friday 31 July 2020
Specialty DRAM and flash memory maker Winbond Electronics returned to profitability in the second quarter of 2020, ending a streak of two consecutive quarterly losses.
Memory chipmakers see inventory piling upFriday 24 July 2020
Memory chipmakers have seen their inventory levels start swelling amid continued weak demand for smartphones, according to industry sources.
Micron gearing up for handset market boom in 2H21Thursday 23 July 2020
Micron Technology remains optimistic about its operations in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2020, thanks to continued strong demand for data center applications, and the company's efforts...
SK Hynix posts profit hike in 2Q20Thursday 23 July 2020
SK Hynix has reported operating profits of KRW1.95 trillion (US$1.62 billion) on consolidated revenue of KRW8.61 trillion for the second quarter of 2020.
KLA intros electron-beam defect inspection systemWednesday 22 July 2020
KLA has announced the eSL10 e-beam patterned-wafer defect inspection system, which is designed to accelerate time-to-market for high-performance logic and memory chips, including...
Chip manufacturing equipment spending to hit record high in 2021, says SEMIWednesday 22 July 2020
Global sales of semiconductor manufacturing equipment by original equipment manufacturers are projected to increase 6% to US$63.2 billion in 2020 compared to US$59.6 billion in 2019,...
Memory module firms look to gaming, creator PCs for 2H20 growthWednesday 15 July 2020
Gaming products and creator-focused notebooks will be driving several memory module makers' revenue growth in the second half of 2020, according to industry sources.
Nanya steps up process technology transitionMonday 13 July 2020
Taiwan-based Nanya Technology is looking to move its in-house developed first-generation 10nm process technology to risk production later this year, and is engaged in the development...
Winbond enhances high-density NOR flash offeringThursday 9 July 2020
Winbond Electronics has been stepping up its deployment in the high-density NOR flash field, gearing up for a boom in demand for 5G related applications, according to company president...
Solution for automotive application based on LPDDR4/4xWednesday 8 July 2020
Japan announced that it would demonstrate its autonomous vehicle technology during the Tokyo Olympics as a demonstration of intelligent automobiles. Driven by 5G and artificial intelligence...
Memory prices may fall if smartphone sales disappoint in 2H20Wednesday 8 July 2020
DRAM and NAND flash memory prices will turn weak and start falling over the next two to three quarters, if smartphone sales buck seasonal trends and disappoint in the second half...
Nanya posts revenue growth in 2Q20Monday 6 July 2020
DRAM maker Nanya Technology saw its revenue slide to a four-month low of NT$5.32 billion (US$180.4 million) in June, but revenue for the second quarter climbed 14.4% sequentially...
SK Hynix starts mass production of high-speed DRAMThursday 2 July 2020
SK Hynix has announced the mass production of HBM2E DRAM, which was introduced in August 2019.
Samsung remains dominant in smartphone memory marketThursday 2 July 2020
Samsung Electronics maintained its lead in the smartphone memory market with 50% revenue share in the first quarter of 2020, followed by SK Hynix and Micron Technology, according...
Micron posts revenue and profit growth for fiscal 3Q20Tuesday 30 June 2020
Micron Technology has announced results for its third quarter of fiscal 2020, which ended May 28, with revenue registering increases of 13% sequentially and 14% on year.
Taiwan edges South Korea as largest base for IC wafer capacity, says IC InsightsMonday 29 June 2020
As of December 2019, Taiwan led the world in wafer capacity with about 22% of worldwide capacity installed in the country, according to IC Insights. Taiwan surpassed South Korea in...
China IC sector to thrive on 5G, AIoT, EV applicationsTuesday 23 June 2020
The year 2020 may become the watershed in the evolution of global supply chains with regionalization and demassification in high gear posing major changes to the world, and the semiconductor...
NOR flash ASP likely to drop in 2H20, says DRAMeXchangeThursday 18 June 2020
NOR flash ASPs went up about 5% sequentially in the first quarter and have registered another on-quarter rise of 10-20% in the second quarter, but are likely to fall in the second...
Notebook demand remains robust, says Winbond chairmanMonday 15 June 2020
Chip orders for notebooks are expected to stay robust until the end of the third quarter, according to Arthur Chiao, chairman for specialty DRAM and flash memory maker Winbond Elec...
UMC vows to appeal trade secrets theft verdictMonday 15 June 2020
UMC has vowed to appeal a Taiwan court ruling agianst it in a trade secrets theft lawsuit brought by Micron Technology.
Memory spot prices start risingFriday 12 June 2020
Memory spot prices particularly those for DRAM have started to rise reflecting a pick-up in buying momentum prior to China's 618 shopping festival, according to industry sources.
Semiconductor fabs to log record spending of nearly US$68 billion in 2021, SEMI saysWednesday 10 June 2020
The year 2021 is poised to mark a banner year for global fab equipment spending with 24% growth to a record US$67.7 billion, 10% higher than the previously forecast US$65.7 billion,...
Nanya expects DRAM contract prices to continue rally in 3Q20Friday 29 May 2020
Nanya Technology expects DRAM contract prices to continue rising in the third quarter of 2020, as demand arising from stay-at-home economy remains robust.