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Memory module firms move forward with diversification, says Kingmax Digital
Josephine Lien, Taipei; Jessie Shen, DIGITIMES
Competition has become more intense in the memory module business, encouraging companies to diversify their product offerings, according to Joe Liu, chairman for Kingmax Digital. Industrial-specific memory modules and SSDs are among the new product...
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