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Taiwan DRAM-module industry overview
Vyacheslav Sobolev, Taipei [Tuesday 27 June 2006]
Last update: Friday 1 September 2006
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While Taiwan's IT industry dominates the global motherboard and ODM notebook businesses, its position as a global center for DRAM-module production is less sure. DRAM-module production is not especially labor intensive when compared to other assembly-type manufacturing processes, so there is an opportunity for regions with higher labor costs to compete effectively in the DRAM-module business, and they do just that.

Tags: Memory chips

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