Hardware news tagged 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


Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Qimonda to Shut Down U.S. Plant as European Union Rules Out Bailout of Chip Maker.
[1:01 pm]

Qimonda Shuts Down Fab as EU Denies Bailout


Thursday, January 29, 2009

Qimonda Needs to Find Saviour in Four Weeks – Report.
[11:04 am]

Qimonda Has a Month to Find Its Saviour


Wednesday, January 28, 2009

State of Saxony Mulls Further Aid for Qimonda amid Critics by Company’s Execs.
[11:19 am]

Qimonda May Get Further Aid from the Authorities


Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Qimonda Continues to Produce Memory, Fulfill Orders.
[2:22 pm]

Despite Bankruptcy, Qimonda Keeps Producing Memory


Monday, January 26, 2009

Qimonda’s Insolvency to Help the Market to Keep Pricing Pressure – Analysts. {keywords}
[10:27 pm]

Qimonda’s Bankruptcy to Help the DRAM Industry

Qimonda Proclaims Itself Bankrupt.
[10:13 am]

Qimonda Petitions for Opening of Insolvency Proceedings


Thursday, December 25, 2008

Nvidia Set to Support GDDR5 with Code-Named GT214 Chip. {keywords}
[12:13 pm]

Nvidia Gears Up to Support GDDR5 with New Graphics Processor

GDDR5 Memory Standard Is Here to Stay for Long – ATI. {keywords}
[11:46 am]

AMD’s Graphics Products Group Projects Long Life for GDDR5