07 Feb '12, 4am
Memory module firms see double-digit sales drops in January sales
Memory module firms see double-digit sales drops in January sales Josephine Lien, Taipei; Jessie Shen, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 7 February 2012] Revenues at Taiwan's major DRAM module and NAND device manufacturers saw double-digit sequential decreases in January 2012, due to fewer working days caused by the Lunar New Year holiday. Adata Technology has announced January sales of NT$2.11 billion (US$71.4 million), down 23.8% on month. The company expects its shipments to return to normal in February allowing revenues to start rising. Adata also revealed that sales generated from its NAND flash and other non-DRAM product segments accounted for 62.5% of company revenues in January, while those from DRAM modules took up the remainder. Sales of its SSDs and external hard drives remained brisk to account for about 20% of its January revenues, Adata added. Transcend Information, which h...