396 news items tagged Inotera
DRAM vendors enhance LPDDR5 offeringsThursday 12 March 2020
Memory vendors have enhanced their LPDDR5 mobile DRAM offerings to include those for midrange 5G-capable smartphones.
China DRAM rise looming, may reshape global market in 5-10 yearsTuesday 29 October 2019
The global DRAM market, now over 90% controlled by three major players Samsung Electronics, SK Hynix and Micron, is likely to experience a structural shakeup in the next 5-10 years,...
Micron opens DRAM backend fab in TaiwanMonday 29 October 2018
Micron Technology has announced the opening of a new plant in Taichung, central Taiwan that will be dedicated to providing backend services for the manufacture of DRAM memory.
Micron gearing up for 10nm-class DRAM production in TaiwanWednesday 25 April 2018
Micron Technology is gearing up to expand production of 10nm-class DRAM chips at its Taiwan-based fabs between 2018 and 2019.
Two former Micron Taiwan employees indicted for alleged trade secrets theftThursday 7 September 2017
Two former employees of Micron Memory Taiwan (formerly Rexchip Electronics) have been indicted on charges of stealing trade secrets, according to prosecutors.
Nanya sells more stake in MicronFriday 25 August 2017
Nanya Technology has sold more of its holdings in Micron Technology for a total of about US$35.52 million, according to the Taiwan-based DRAM chipmaker.
Global DRAM revenues increase 17% in 2Q17, says DRAMeXchangeMonday 21 August 2017
Sales in the global DRAM market surged 16.9% sequentially to US$16.51 billion in the second quarter of 2017, when PC DRAM contract prices rose over 10%, according to DRAMeXchange...
DRAM contract prices to continue growth in 3Q17, says DRAMeXchangeFriday 11 August 2017
DRAM contract prices, which began to rise in the second half of 2016, continue their growth in the second half of 2017. Prices are set to continue rising in the third quarter, according...
Micron responds to report of scrapped wafers at Taiwan fabWednesday 5 July 2017
Micron Technology has issued a statement regarding recent reports about its fabrication facility in Taoyuan, Taiwan. Micron clarified that there was no nitrogen leaking incident nor...
About half of wafers produced at Micron Taiwan fab scrapped, says reportWednesday 5 July 2017
A Taiwan-based DRAM foundry owned by Micron Technology, which was formerly Inotera Memories, recently scrapped half of the wafers produced at its 12-inch fab due to problems associated...
Nanya sells partial stake in MicronFriday 16 June 2017
Taiwan-based DRAM chipmaker Nanya Technology has announced the sale of part of its stake in US-based Micron Technology, with an aim to increase the company's working capital and repay...
New Micron president and CEO Sanjay Mehrotra visits TaiwanThursday 8 June 2017
Sanjay Mehrotra, the newly appointed president and CEO of Micron Technology, commenced an overseas tour of Micron's manufacturing sites after the first month in his new role, with...
DRAM market to remain oligopoly over next 3 years, says Nanya presidentThursday 1 June 2017
The global DRAM market will remain an oligopoly of three large firms over the next three years, according to Pei-Ing Lee, president for Taiwan-based Nanya Technology.
Hefei Chang Xin keeps low profile but DRAM ambition remains unchangedWednesday 24 May 2017
Hefei Chang Xin's ambition to grow its DRAM business has seen some progress though the China-based firm has now chosen to keep a low profile. The company has been quietly renamed...
Developing memory technology in-house: Q&A with Tsinghua Unigroup executive VP Charles KauFriday 14 April 2017
The global reaction to the aggressive investment strategy adopted by China-based Tsinghua Unigroup in the semiconductor industry is mixed, and the role being played by its subsidiairy...
Micron ramping up 1Xnm chip production, says executiveTuesday 14 February 2017
Micron Technology's wafer plant in Taichung, central Taiwan is scaling up its output of DRAM chips built using 1Xnm process technology, and will have more than half of its total production...
Nanya posts EPS of NT$7.33 for 4Q16Wednesday 25 January 2017
DRAM chipmaker Nanya Technology has announced net profits surged to NT$20.06 billion (US$639.5 million) for the fourth quarter of 2016, with EPS reaching NT$7.33 compared with NT$0.51...
The Inotera model unlikely to be implemented in China, says Micron CEOThursday 15 December 2016
For Micron Technology, it is no longer meaningful to implement the "Inotera Memories model" in China, according to Mark Durcan, CEO for the US memory vendor.
Nanya posts revenue growth in NovemberTuesday 6 December 2016
DRAM maker Nanya Technology has announced consolidated revenues for November 2016 increased about 5% sequentially and 19% on year to NT$4.01 billion (US$125.5 million).
Nanya completes acquisition of Micron sharesTuesday 6 December 2016
Nanya Technology has announced the completion of its investment in Micron through private placement, and expects Micron's takeover of Inotera Memories to materialize on December 6.
Global 3Q16 mobile DRAM revenues increase 16.8%, says DRAMeXchangeThursday 24 November 2016
Global sales of mobile DRAM increased 16.8% sequentially to US$4.59 billion in the third quarter of 2016, according to DRAMeXchange. Smartphone vendors were engaged in inventory build-ups...
China firms headhunting talent from Taiwan fabless and DRAM companiesTuesday 22 November 2016
China's emerging memory companies have been aggressively headhunting talent from Taiwan-based fabless and DRAM firms, according to industry sources.
Global DRAM revenues rise 15.8% in 3Q16, says DRAMeXchangeThursday 17 November 2016
Sales in the global DRAM market increased 15.8% sequentially in the third quarter of 2016, buoyed by rising prices, according to DRAMeXchange.
Nanya October revenues up, Inotera downMonday 7 November 2016
DRAM chipmaker Nanya Technology saw its October revenues increase 9.3% sequentially while Inotera's revenues fell 8.7% on month.
Nanya 3Q16 profits jump; Inotera turns profitableWednesday 26 October 2016
Nanya Technology saw its net profits jump 253% sequentially in the third quarter of 2016, while Inotera Memories returned to profitability.