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Proportion of DRAM output for PC use to fall to below 50% in 2012, say Taiwan makers
Josephine Lien, Taipei; Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES
The proportion of DRAM output for PC use is expected to drop to less than 50% in 2012 due to fast growing demand for Mobile RAM used in smartphones and tablets as well as DRAM used in servers for cloud computing applications, according to industry sources...
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