Bits + chips
Even with Intel admitting a chipset shortage, Nanya remains positive about DDR2 demand
Hans Wu, Taipei; Esther Lam, DIGITIMES

Although Intel had admitted to experiencing a notebook chipset shortage, Nanya Technology remains positive about demand growth for DDR2 memory, according to company vice president of global sales and marketing Pei-lin Pai.

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