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Winbond's 3x-nm DRAM to Begin Mass Deliveries in Q3 2017

By Korbin Lan
Published: Feb 08,2017

TAIPEI, Taiwan - Taiwanese memory manufacturer Winbond yesterday at a corporate briefing session announced that Windbond has completed client authentication for 3x nanometer DRAM that they developed themselves, and they expect to begin mass deliveries in the third quarter of this year. Furthermore, during the first half of next year certification and shipping will be completed for their 2x nanometer process DRAM.

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In addition to launching products with more advanced manufacturing processes, Windbond is also developing new memory products, and they are also adding new product lines in addition to their existing DRAM, NOR FLASH and NANDFLASH products.

In order to increase the production capacity of their advanced manufacturing processes, Windbond's capital expenditures will reach NT$16.6 billion this year, which is an increase of 2.5 times last year's expenditures and a new high for the company.

Windbond President Dung-Yi, Chan stated that Windbond is increasing capital expenditures mainly in an effort to expand their new production capacities and enhance their DRAM manufacturing processes.

At the corporate briefing session Windbond announced last year's profit earnings with an EPS of NT$0.81 for 2016. Although this was slightly lower than the previous year, the company has been profitable for four consecutive years.

(TR/ Phil Sweeney)

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