Apple looks to source low-density NAND flash from Hynix, as the memory maker ramps capacity, says InSpectrum
Press release; Esther Lam, DIGITIMES
In order to fulfill strong iPod related demand, Apple has started asking Hynix Semiconductor to offer quotations for low-density NAND flash, amid a significant upcoming capacity ramp at the South Korea-based memory maker, says research firm InSpectrum...
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