652 news items tagged SSD
Silicon Motion raises sales guidance for 2021Friday 7 May 2021
Memory device controller supplier Silicon Motion Technology has raised its revenue outlook this year, after posting record-high revenues for the first quarter.
Shipments of SoC adopting Andes IP hit record high in 2020Monday 3 May 2021
Shipments for SoC chips adopting Andes Technology's processor IPs topped two billion units in 2020, up 33% on year and hitting a record high, according to Frankwell Lin, CEO for the...
DRAM contract prices to rise 10% in MayThursday 29 April 2021
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...
SK Hynix posts operating profit and revenue increases in 1Q21Wednesday 28 April 2021
SK Hynix has reported operating profit climbed 37% sequentially and 66% on year to KRW1.32 trillion (US$1.19 billion) in the first quarter of 2021, while revenue grew 7% on quarter...
Adata lands strong pull-in of SSD ordersTuesday 27 April 2021
Adata Technology has enjoyed a strong pull-in of SSD orders since the start of April, particularly high-capacity SSD orders, according to the memory module house.
Cryptomining demand for large-capacity SSDs surges in ChinaMonday 26 April 2021
China-based cryptomining hardware makers are "panic buying" all the available large-capacity SSDs from the spot market, according to industry sources.
NAND flash controller supply remains tightTuesday 20 April 2021
The supply of NAND flash controllers remains tight, constraining shipments of eMMC storage devices and SATA SSDs, according to industry sources.
PC OEMs to increasingly adopt DRAM-less SSD in lower-end modelsMonday 15 March 2021
PC OEMs are expected to increasingly adopt DRAM-less SSDs in their entry-level and mid-range models for cost reasons, according to industry sources.
Controller supply constraints disrupting Samsung PCIe SSD shipmentsTuesday 9 March 2021
Samsung Electronics has notified clients that production of its PCIe SSDs is being disrupted by tight supplies of controller chips, with the production unlikely to restore until May,...
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.
Phison puts increased focus on non-CE appsFriday 26 February 2021
Phison Electronics, which specializes in flash storage devices and controller ICs, has put increased focus on enterprise, automotive and industrial applications while lowering sales...
Samsung begins mass production of datacenter SSD for hyperscale environmentsFriday 26 February 2021
Samsung Electronics has announced mass production of its most advanced line of datacenter SSDs - the PM9A3 E1.S - which fully complies with the Open Compute Project (OCP) NVMe Cloud...
Silicon Motion expects 7-12% revenue increase in 1Q21Monday 8 February 2021
Flash device controller IC supplier Silicon Motion Technology expects to post revenues of between US$154 million and US$161 million in the first quarter of 2021, representing a 7-12%...
SSD controller supply stays tightFriday 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.
SSD adoption among notebooks to accelerate in 2021Monday 1 February 2021
Falling NAND flash prices will be driving substantially the adoption of SSDs in notebooks this year, which Micron Technology executive VP and chief business officer Sumit Sadana also...
PTI set to boost logic IC backend revenue ratio to 50% in mid-2021Wednesday 27 January 2021
Memory backend specialist Powertech Technology (PTI) is gearing up to expand its business in the logic IC field in 2021 with focus placed on flip-chip packaging and bumping services,...
Adata sees SSD revenue climb over 40% in 2020Thursday 7 January 2021
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.
China NAND flash controller supplier raises prices by 50%Tuesday 5 January 2021
China's Yeestor Microelectronics has raised prices for its flash memory controllers for embedded storage applications by as much as 50%, according to market sources.
Team Group to put increased focus on gaming, industrial in 2021Tuesday 29 December 2020
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...
Adoption of QLC SSD among PCs to grow rapidly in 2022Monday 28 December 2020
With major chipmakers ramping up their quad-level cell (QLC) NAND flash output, SSDs utilizing the technology storing four bits per cell will start penetrating into the notebook and...
Longsys preps for IPOThursday 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).
SSD supply constrained by chip shortagesMonday 21 December 2020
The market for NAND flash memory remains oversupplied, but shortages of flash device controllers and passive components have constrained the supply of SSD and other related peripherals,...
Chipmakers to ramp up 176-layer 3D NAND chip output in 2H21Tuesday 15 December 2020
Chipmakers including Micron Technology and SK Hynix have introduced the availability of their 176-layer 3D NAND flash chips, and are expected to ramp up the chip output for UFS and...
Exascend introduces industrial rugged PCIe Gen3 and SATA3 SSD productsThursday 3 December 2020
Exascend Co. Ltd., a leading service-driven high-performance storage solution provider, has announced the availability of new line of thermally optimized, ultra-capacity, high speed...
BT substrate production lead time extendedTuesday 24 November 2020
The supply of ABF substrate has been tight, which has also pushed up BT substrate production lead times, according to industry sources.