Winbond Electronics Corporation Announces Monthly Revenue Results for January

(Taipei News) Winbond Electronics Corporation, a leading supplier of semiconductor solutions, today announced revenue results for the month of January 2004. Revenue for the month was approximately NT $2.220 billion, a decrease of 17 percent when compared with NT $2.661 billion over the previous month. 

The decrease in shipping led to the drop of January operating revenues. Due to a product-mix reshuffling geared towards Pseudo SRAMs, the Company was hit by a capacity bottleneck at the testing stage. The Company also switched to a new production management system in January, which led shipments to be deferred. Operations are expected to return to normal status as soon as the system is recalled.

Looking forward to the first quarter of 2004, with the stability of ASP (Average Sale Price) of DRAM products and the steady demand of Pseudo SRAMs, Winbond's DRAM production allocations are strategically aligned accordingly. Also, with the incremental demand of mobile devices, PCs and digital still cameras (DSC), shipments for TFT-LCD driver ICs, DSC micro-controller ICs and DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications)-related ICs will also increase. The Company is estimated to have better operational performance because of its precise business strategies, in this gradually recovering environment.

                                                  Winbond Electronics Corp. Monthly Business Revenue Report (Unit: NT$ 1,000)

Monthly Revenue
2004 January 2,219,699
   2003 December 2,660,886
Increase (Decrease) (17)%


Note : The 2004 revenue is internal data and has not been audited by a CPA.




    Wilson Wen
    Vice President of Administrative Center
News Liaison
    Mike Liu
    Deputy Director

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