Hardware news tagged Qimonda

Monday, April 6, 2009

Portuguese Investor Proposes to Acquire Qimonda Portugal.
[5:14 pm]

Local Investor Shows Interest in Qimonda Portugal as Russian Semi Makers Deny Any Interest

ATI Does Not Expect Production Stop at Qimonda to Affect Availability of Graphics Cards with Latest Memory Type. {keywords}
[11:29 am]

AMD’s Graphics Products Group Does Not Anticipate GDDR5 Supply Constraints Due to Production Stop at Qimonda


Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Insolvency Proceedings Initiated for Qimonda, Memory Production Stopped.
[11:14 am]

Majority of Qimonda Employees Moved to Transfer Company, Core Team Still Operating


Friday, March 27, 2009

Qimonda Seeks for Investors in Russia, Taiwan – Report.
[4:06 pm]

Qimonda Continues Search for Investors


Thursday, March 19, 2009

State of Saxony Ready to Acquire 25% Stake in Qimonda.
[1:36 pm]

State of Saxony Reiterates Investment Plans into Qimonda


Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Portugal Interested in Acquiring Stake in Qimonda If Chinese Investor Jumps on Board.
[2:47 pm]

Portugal May Help Qimonda to Stay Alive If Chinese SemiChip Semiconductor Confirms Interest


Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Investor Ends Talks About Qimonda Stake Purchase.
[12:41 pm]

Inspur Cancels Negotiations Over Investment into Qimonda


Sunday, March 15, 2009

Qimonda Ramps Down Memory Production, Extends Negotiations with Investors.
[12:33 am]

Qimonda Continues Talks Amid DRAM Production Decrease


Monday, February 23, 2009

Qimonda Claims Talks with Potential Investors “Intensified”.
[10:45 pm]

Qimonda Still Has Not Found Investor as Time Passes


Thursday, February 12, 2009

Qimonda Faces Class-Action Lawsuit from Former Employees.
[2:28 pm]

Qimonda Sued by Employees of The U.S. Plant


Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Qimonda Reduces Production to 25% of Capacity.
[10:30 am]

Qimonda Cuts Production to Reduce Costs


Monday, February 9, 2009

Chinese Investor May Acquire Troubled Qimonda.
[8:44 pm]

Infineon, Qimonda May Need Asian Investors to Survive – Infineon’s Supervisory Board Chairman


Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Qimonda Shrinks Size, Trims Power Consumption of DDR3 Memory Chips.
[8:13 am]

Qimonda Develops 2Gb DDR3 Chips at 46nm Process Technology