136 news items tagged Adata Technology
Demand for QLC NAND memory set to boomTuesday 14 July 2020
The adoption of QLC (4bits/cell) NAND memory is set to grow rapidly starting the second half of 2020, thanks to rising demand for data-intensive applications demanding large-capacity,...
Adata SSD revenue hikes nearly 70% in JuneTuesday 7 July 2020
Memory module maker Adata Technology saw revenue generated from its SSD sales climb nearly 70% on year to NT$966 million (US$32.8 million) in June 2020.
YMTC may unveil own-brand SSDs in 3Q20Friday 5 June 2020
China-based Yangtze Memory Technologies (YMTC) reportedly will in third-quarter 2020 launch its own-brand SSDs adopting in-house-developed 64-layer 3D NAND flash, with target outlets...
Team Group shipping industrial memory devices for HPC applicationsWednesday 20 May 2020
Memory module house Team Group expects to kick off volume shipments of industrial memory devices for use in HPC applications later in May.
Taiwan memory module makers post decreased April salesMonday 11 May 2020
Adata Technology, Transcend Information and Team Group have reported sequential revenue decreases of 28.8%, 22.7% and 18.7%, respectively, in April 2020.
Phison announces support for YMTC 3D NAND flash memoryFriday 8 May 2020
Flash memory device controller supplier Phison Electronics has announced its support for Yangtze Memory Technologies' (YMTC) 3D NAND flash memory.
Adata sees 1Q20 profit surgeTuesday 21 April 2020
Memory module maker Adata Technology saw its first-quarter 2020 net profits surpass those for all of 2019, driven by DRAM and NAND flash chip price rallies.
Samsung cutting SSD inventoryTuesday 7 April 2020
Samsung Electronics is striving to lower its SSD inventory levels, a move which has raised concerns about the NAND flash market outlook for the second half of 2020, according to industry...
Memory contract prices to see double-digit increases in 2Q20Tuesday 10 March 2020
DRAM and NAND flash memory contract prices are expected to register double-digit increases in the second quarter of 2020, driven by growing demand for data centers, and enterprise-class...
Memory chip prices to hit bottom for 2020 in 1Q, says Adata chairmanFriday 7 February 2020
Memory chip prices will arrive at their lowest levels for 2020 in the first quarter, according to Simon Chen, chairman for memory module maker Adata Technology.
Memory prices to continue growing after outbreak ends, says Adata chairmanMonday 3 February 2020
Despite market observers' concern about China's coronavirus outbreak dampening consumer demand in the first quarter, Adata Technology chairman Simon Chen is still optimistic that...
Yangtze Memory building memory ecosystem with partnersMonday 20 January 2020
Yangtze Memory Technology (YMTC) is ramping up its chip output for applications requiring embedded storage and SSD solutions in 2020, and has built partnerships with companies including...
Memory module makers replenishing inventoryFriday 17 January 2020
Anticipating that memory chip prices will be rising this year, memory module makers have started replenishing inventory while also making upward adjustments in their DRAM module quotes,...
Adata sees SSD revenue surge in DecemberTuesday 7 January 2020
Memory module firm Adata Technology has reported consolidated revenues surged about 19% from a year earlier to NT$2.48 billion (US$82.5 million) in December 2019. During the month,...
Memory module makers optimistic about 2020Thursday 21 November 2019
Taiwan-based memory module manufacturers have expressed optimism about their performances in 2020, when chip prices and demand are set to recover at a modest pace.
Memory module makers, backend houses see demand pick upTuesday 19 November 2019
Memory module manufacturers and backend service providers have seen end-market demand pick up recently, and are gearing up to meet 5G-driven demand with their sufficient supplies...
Adata expects revenue growth in 4Q19Tuesday 8 October 2019
With memory chip prices bottoming out, Adata Technology will likely post another sequential revenue growth in the fourth quarter, according to the memory module manufacturer.
ChipMOS, OSE to see 4Q19 revenues surge on flash chips demandTuesday 1 October 2019
NAND and NOR flash demand for TWS devices, gaming consoles and smartphones has been rising along with the approaching of traditional shopping seasons, providing significant growth...
Memory market expected to rebound in 2020Wednesday 18 September 2019
The emerging AI, IoT and 5G applications will be stimulating related chip and component demand, with a rebound likely to take place in the memory market next year, according to market...
Memory backend firms see bright revenue prospect for 2H19Monday 26 August 2019
Taiwan-based memory modules packagers Orient Semiconductor Electronics (OSE) and ChipMos Technologies are expected to see their revenues pick up month by month in the second half...
Memory prices to stabilize in 2H19, says Adata chairmanFriday 23 August 2019
DRAM contract market prices are likely to stop falling and begin to stabilize in September, according to Simon Chen, chairman for memory module maker Adata Technology.
ChipMOS, OSE to post sales growth in 2H19Wednesday 21 August 2019
A ramp-up in orders for NAND flash memory will boost revenues at backend houses ChipMOS Technologies and Orient Semiconductor Electronics (OSE) in the second half of 2019, according...
Innodisk gross margin hits 32% in 2Q19Tuesday 13 August 2019
Industrial memory module specialist Innodisk saw its gross margin climb to a record high of 32.3% in the second quarter of 2019, despite revenue drops.
Memory firms expect explosive growth from 5G starting 2020Tuesday 13 August 2019
Despite lackluster memory demand likely to persist till the end of 2019, the memory industry is expected to see a brighter prospect starting 2020 when 5G services kick off commercial...
Memory spot prices rebounding, contract quotes to rise in AugustWednesday 24 July 2019
Spot market prices for DRAM and NAND flash memory chips have been on the rise since the beginning of July, and their contract prices may bottom out by the end of the month, according...