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589 news items tagged Toshiba

  • Toshiba to quit system LSI business

    Wednesday 30 September 2020
    Toshiba has announced it will dissolve its system LSI business, with the move to affect about 770 employees.
  • Kioxia postpones IPO

    Tuesday 29 September 2020
    Kioxia has decided to postpone its initial public offering (IPO) due to market volatility. The deferral of the IPO may affect the flash vendor's capacity expansion project, according...
  • Sharp+chairman+and+CEO+Cheng%2DWu+Dai
    The global tech sectors are heading towards a split into two ecosystems serving China and the US separately, but there will be no need for Sharp, now under the Foxconn Technology...
  • Taiwan LCD TVs – 2Q 2020

    Friday 14 August 2020
    Taiwan makers' TV shipments reached 6.28 million units in the second quarter of 2020, growing 35.1% sequentially.
  • GaN+and+SiC+power+semiconductor+market+evolving
    The emerging market for silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN) power semiconductors is rapidly evolving from a startup-dominated business to one led by large-established...
  • Kioxia+PM6
    Kioxia America has launched what it claims is the industry's first 24G SAS SSDs for server and storage applications.
  • Taiwan LCD TVs – 1Q 2020

    Tuesday 26 May 2020
    Taiwan makers shipped a total of 4.65 million LCD TVs in the first quarter of 2020.
  • 3Peak+is+looking+to+trade+on+the+stock+market+in+Shanghai
    China-based 3PEAK, a fabless chipmaker specializing in analog ICs, has applied to be listed on the science and technology innovation board (STAR) of China's Shanghai Stock Exchange...
  • Kioxa+has+reported+losses
    Kioxia (formerly Toshiba Memory) is reportedly looking to go public by October 2020, and therefore is striving to swing back to profit, according to industry sources.
  • Taiwan LCD TVs – 4Q 2019

    Thursday 20 February 2020
    Because of seasonal pickup in demand, Taiwan's TV shipments grew 14.7% sequentially in the fourth quarter of 2019, but still slipped 12.6% on year.
  • The+top%2D5+semiconductor+firms+account+for+more+than+half+of+wafer+capacity
    The world's top-five wafer capacity leaders each had capacity of more than 1,000,000 wafer starts per month, with their combined capacity representing 53% of the world's total wafer...
  • Kioxia+is+set+to+acquire+Lite%2DOn%27s+SSD+business
    Kioxia (formerly Toshiba Memory) is looking to grow its presence in the market for consumer SSDs through launching a new brand, according to industry sources.
  • NAND+flash+chip+makers+will+gradually+increase+output
    Major NAND flash makers including Samsung and Kioxia (formerly Toshiba Memory) have had their capacity expansion projects proceed at a gradual pace, with new capacities set to come...
  • Taiwan LCD TVs – 3Q 2019

    Thursday 5 December 2019
    Taiwan's TV maker shipped a total of 7.39 million LCD TVs in the third quarter, up 3.2% sequentially.
  • memory
    The memory sector is expected to resume growth momentum in 2020 thanks to steady increase in demand for 5G and server applications, with DRAM and NAND flash to see supply shortfalls...
  • Taiwan notebooks – 3Q 2019

    Tuesday 19 November 2019
    Taiwan's notebook shipments rise 1.8% sequentially and 8.6% on year to come to 34.14 million in the third quarter of 2019.
  • Kioxia+intros+new+PCIe+4%2E0+SSD+series
    Kioxia (formerly Toshiba Memory) has announced that its lineup of PCIe 4.0 NVMe enterprise solid state drives (SSD) has achieved PCI-SIG compliance for PCIe 4.0 and University of...
  • Kioxia begins operations

    Wednesday 2 October 2019
    Kioxia Holdings, formerly Toshiba Memory Holdings, announced on October 1 that it is officially operating under its new corporate identity effective immediately.
  • PTI+working+closely+with+Intel
    Taiwan-based Powertech Technology (PTI) is working closely with Intel and will be engaged in the packaging services for the chip giant's upcoming QLC 3D NAND and heterogeneous chip...
  • Toshiba+Memory+has+announced+the+launch+of+a+new+family+of+SLC+NAND+flash+memory+products
    Toshiba Memory has announced the launch of a new family of SLC NAND flash memory products for embedded applications. Compatible with the widely-used serial peripheral interface (SPI),...
  • NAND+flash+chip+vendors+eyeing+new+opportunities+for+future+growth
    NAND flash chip vendors have stepped up their pace of deployments in the enterprise and datacenter fields, eyeing new opportunities for future growth.
  • HDD+demand+from+datacenter+industry+to+pick+up+in+4Q19
    China- and US-based datacenter players are expected to replenish their HDD inventory beginning from fourth-quarter 2019 to first-quarter 2020, as demand for datacenter establishments...
  • Lite%2DOn+Technology+has+disclosed+it+will+sell+its+SSD+business+unit
    EMS provider Lite-On Technology has disclosed it will sell its SSD business unit consisting of personnel, production equipment, technology and proprietary intellectual properties,...
  • Taiwan LCD TVs – 2Q 2019

    Monday 12 August 2019
    Taiwan's LCD TV shipments grew 14.4% sequentially, but dropped 6.4% on year to arrive at 7.16 million units in the second quarter of 2019.
  • EMS provider Lite-On Technology reportedly plans to sell its storage business consisting of SSD products, with Toshiba Memory being identified as a potential buyer, according to industry...
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