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  • adata
    Memory module house Adata Technology held over NT$10 billion (US$357.8 million) worth of inventory as of the end of first-quarter 2021 - a record high, according to company chairman...
  • Apacer+continues+to+stockpile+inventories
    Memory module house Apacer Technology intends to maintain chip inventories at high levels, judging from clear order visibility through May, according to company president CK Chang.
  • dram
    Contract market prices for PC- and server-use DRAM memory will rise about 10% in May alone, despite a recent slowdown in the spot market price growth, according to sources at memory...
  • ChipMOS+to+expand+backend+capacity+for+memory+chips
    Backend house ChipMOS Technologies will expand production capacity for memory chips by 30-40% in 2021 to meet strong demand from major memory module makers in Taiwan, according to...
  • Adata+to+purchase+a+real+estate+in+Taipei
    Memory module maker Adata Technology has announced plans to acquire real estate in Taipei, northern Taiwan for a total of NT$2.62 billion (US$93.4 million).
  • team+group
    Memory module house Team Group saw its net profit jump more than tenfold on year to NT$141 million (US$5 million) in 2020, with revenue hitting a record high of NT$7.5 billion. EPS...
  • Apacer ramping up inventory level

    Thursday 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.
  • adata
    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...
  • Adata posts profit hike in 2020

    Friday 5 February 2021
    Memory module maker Adata Technology saw its net profits hike 236% on year in 2020, with EPS reaching NT$6.10 (US$0.22).
  • SSD controller supply stays tight

    Friday 5 February 2021
    The supply of SSD device controller ICs remains tight, which may continue to boost SSD prices despite sufficient NAND chip supplies, according to industry sources.
  • dram
    Next-generation DDR5 memory is expected to be employed in consumer electronics devices starting as early as the second half of 2021, despite its still-early stage of deployment, according...
  • DRAM prices to rise through 2Q21

    Wednesday 13 January 2021
    DRAM contract market prices have risen 5-10% in the first quarter of 2021, and will continue their rally in the second quarter, according to sources at memory module makers.
  • pcb
    PCB manufacturers Compeq Manufacturing and Tripod Technology have both seen strong HDI PCB shipment pull-ins from clients for handset, notebook and automotive applications, and are...
  • PCB+maker+Apex+scores+record+revenues+in+2020
    Taiwan's PCB maker Apex International, with main manufacturing operations in Thailand, has reported its 2020 revenues rose 13.92% on year to a record high of NT$11.833 billion (US$422.61...
  • adata
    Memory module maker Adata Technology saw sales of its SSD products climb over 40% on year to a record high of NT$10.77 billion (US$384.82 million) in 2020.
  • team+group
    Team Group will put increased focus on the gaming and industrial control segments in 2021, when market conditions will be also favorable to the memory module maker, according to the...
  • Longsys preps for IPO

    Thursday 24 December 2020
    Memory module firm Longsys Electronics has filed an application for its A-shares IPO and expects to trade on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE).
  • DRAM spot prices surge

    Tuesday 22 December 2020
    Spot market prices for DRAM memory have surged recently and reached levels that are over 20% higher than contract market prices, according to sources at memory module houses.
  • Memory+module
    Taiwan-based memory module houses including Adata Technology, Apacer Technology and Innodisk all enjoyed sequential revenue increases in November 2020.
  • Micron
    Supply-side uncertainty arising from a recent power outage at Micron Technology's DRAM fab in Taiwan is prompting memory module houses to stop taking new orders and adopt a wait-and-see...
  • Simon+Chen
    The global DRAM memory market will reach the balance of supply and demand in the first half of 2021, with limited growth in the overall bit supply coupled with a gradual rise in demand...
  • substrate
    The supply of ABF substrate has been tight, which has also pushed up BT substrate production lead times, according to industry sources.
  • Team Group reports loss in 3Q20

    Monday 16 November 2020
    Memory module house Team Group swung to net loss of approximately NT$70 million (US$2.46 million) in the third quarter, due mainly to an around 10% fall in memory ASPs, as well as...
  • Transcend
    Memory module maker Transcend Information has seen end-market demand start picking up in the fourth quarter of 2020, and expects market conditions next year to be favorable to the...
  • Tripod
    PCB maker Tripod Technology saw its net earnings for third-quarter 2020 surge 52.4% sequentially to NT$2.001 billion (US$70.06 million) or EPS of NT$3.81, due mainly to high capacity...
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