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Published Dec.16 2015,17:00 PM (GMT+8)
Since 2014, global smartphone shipments have declined annually after enjoying a long period of high growth that began with the launch of the first iPhone...
Published Dec.14 2015,20:00 PM (GMT+8)
Major U.S.-based DRAM manufacturer Micron Technology will buy the remaining share that it does not own in its Taiwanese foundry partner Inotera Memories via a share swap transaction, according to a joint statement made by the two companies today (December 14)...
Published Dec.14 2015,18:30 PM (GMT+8)
The latest survey from DRAMeXchange a division of TrendForce, finds that increase in both SSD demand and average memory density of end devices will contribute to a 44% year-on-year growth of bit demand in global NAND Flash market in 2016. On the supply side...
Published Dec.09 2015,17:15 PM (GMT+8)
According to global market research firm TrendForce, the combined revenues of major Asian semiconductor foundries are projected to exceed US$36 billion for 2015, up 4~5% year on year...
Published Dec.02 2015,17:00 PM (GMT+8)
Global demand of servers has been weaker than expected since the middle of the second quarter. Sales of PCs were also sluggish during the traditional peak season of the third quarter...
Published Nov.27 2015,09:24 AM (GMT+8)
Set against the previous quarter, the average contract price of mainstream PC-Client OEM SSDs has fallen by 10~11% in the fourth quarter, according to DRAMeXchange, a division of TrendForce...
Published Nov.19 2015,14:52 PM (GMT+8)
The latest report from DRAMeXchange, a division of TrendForce, finds that NAND flash prices fell rapidly in the third quarter, resulting in a mere 2.4% quarterly increase in the global NAND Flash revenue. Sean Yang, assistant vice president of DRAMeXchange
Published Nov.19 2015,05:51 AM (GMT+8)
Total smartphone shipments for 2015 are projected to decline by 9.7% to 1.286 billion units, according to the latest report from global market research firm TrendForce...
Published Nov.12 2015,13:50 PM (GMT+8)
Though DRAM prices continue to fall, mobile DRAM has been more resistant to price decline than other memory products. With the bit supply increasing, mobile memory accounted for 40% of the total DRAM revenue in the third quarter...
Published Nov.10 2015,11:40 AM (GMT+8)
Led by state-backed conglomerate Tsinghua Unigroup, which has accelerated its investments in NAND Flash manufacturers, the Chinese semiconductor sector is set to play a pivotal role in the global NAND Flash industry as it is close to completing this particular industry chain...