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Thursday, October 19, 2017
Industry News
Nanya would rather concentrate on server market DRAM 10/18/2017
Nanya is to re-enter the server market by offering a new 8-gigabit DDR4 DRAM this quarter, in pursuit of its next growth engine.
Semiconductor shipment to break record of 11.448 billion sq. inches 10/18/2017
"Silicon shipment volumes are expected to ship at historic highs for this year and into 2019," said Dan Tracy, senior director of Industry Research & Statistics at SEMI.
Microchip ‘SuperFlash’ memory offers 64Mbit with reduced power consumption 10/18/2017
It supports full command-set compatibility to traditional Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) protocol.
New partnership in MRAM developement 10/18/2017
Spin Transfer Technologies (STT) and capital equipment vendor Tokyo Electron Ltd. (TEL) have entered into a collaborative engineering program to jointly develop process technologies for SRAM- and DRAM-class spin-transfer torque (ST) MRAM devices.
Market outlook for NAND remains unchanged regardless of glitch at Toshiba 10/17/2017
Toshiba will be able to deliver its NAND Flash shipments as per the dates and volumes in its fourth-quarter contracts, says DRAMeXchange.
SMIC appointed new executives 10/17/2017
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation ("SMIC"; the largest and most advanced foundry in mainland China, today announced the appointment of Dr. Haijun Zhao and Dr. Liang Mong Song as SMIC Co-CEO and Executive Director.
China plans to double its 12 inch capacity in 2018 10/17/2017
Shanghai Xinsheng is scheduled to come online at the end of 2017 with monthly capacity of 150,000 12-inch wafers in the first phase, and the monthly capacity will double to 300,000 units by 2020.
Toshiba eager to close the Bain deal while WD is still fighting 10/17/2017
Channels for talks with Western Digital remain open while Toshiba hoped for cordial relations and continued cooperation with the company.
Samsung Electronics CEO resigned 10/16/2017
The surprise resignation of Samsung’s chip and display head came as he was expected to take a bigger role following Lee’s arrest in February and the departures of other key executives in the wake of the bribery scandal.
DRAM manufacturers stock rises 10/16/2017
While demand for DRAM was expected to rise 20.6% next year, chipmakers were only planning to add 19.6 percent in capacity globally, a TrendForce report said
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