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Bleak week for memory chipmakers

Companies that make memory chips faced bankruptcy, layoffs, and rough prospects. Included in the mix: Micron, Spansion, Qimonda, and Intel.

By February 27, 2009


Memory chipmaker's U.S. unit files for Chapter 11

Qimonda, an affiliate of Germany-based Infineon Technologies, is seeking bankruptcy protection for its U.S. unit.

By February 23, 2009


After chipmaker's collapse, memory prices rise

Memory chip prices shot up on Monday--a welcome bit of news for beleaguered chipmakers. But it took the failure of a large German chipmaker to make this happen.

By February 2, 2009


Nvidia, AMD stances differ on new memory technology

While AMD is touting GDDR5 for its next-generation graphics products, Nvidia is being more circumspect.

By May 21, 2008


Micron to buy $400 million stake in memory maker

Micron will buy Qimonda's 35.6 percent stake in Inotera Memories.

By October 12, 2008


Chip forecasts head south

Industry outlook quickly getting downgraded as the economy falters.

By October 10, 2008


Micron to cut up to 2,000 more jobs

Largest U.S. maker of memory chips cites decreased demand for its DRAM products. The cuts come on top of a 15 percent reduction in the workforce announced in October.

By February 23, 2009


Esteemo: Nope, it's not a dry cleaner

A joint venture between Panasonic NEC has a new funny name.

By October 24, 2006