We spoke of Compal's situation and now we look at another company that finished analyzing its recent financial evolution, namely ADATA.
According to this report
, ADATA's revenues reached NT$2.4 billion (US$80.4 million / 65 million Euro) last month (June 2012).
That's a rise of 44.8% compared to the same period last year, as well as a 2.4% higher figure than the one recorded in May 2012.
The proportion of NAND Flash and other products fell a bit, ending up at 52.38%, while DRAM products gained some ground, growing from 42.62% to 47.62%.
The entire second quarter finished with revenues of NT$6.97 billion ($233 million / 190 million Euro).
For the near future, ADATA expects DRAM prices to stabilize because of Micron's acquisition of Elpida
and the drop in number of suppliers.