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Taiwan DRAM-module industry overview
By Jessie Shen, DIGITIMES, Taipei [Wednesday 19 May 2010]
Last update: Friday 4 June 2010
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Back to 2006 when total revenues for the third-party module market reached US$12.2 billion, Taiwan had over 15 vendors shipping DRAM modules under their own brand names with five of them ranked among iSuppli's top-ten. But revenues shrank to US$7.065 billion in 2009, when TwinMOS Technologies and Lihduo International, and several small-size players were no longer among Taiwan's DRAM module suppliers.
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