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  • Last update: Tuesday 11 February 2014 [218 news items]

DRAM contract prices up 3% in 2H March

Mar 23, 14:13

Contract prices for DRAM memory received a boost in the second half of March 2011, amid concerns about a potential wafer shortage stemming from Japan's recent earthquake.

DRAM spot market yet to see price rebound, says inSpectrum

Mar 11, 16:40

While DRAM contract price is set for a mild rebound from late March, no signs of meaningful improvement have been seen in the spot market, according to inSpectrum. DRAM spot prices...

NAND flash contract prices stable

Mar 1, 10:58

Contract prices for 16Gb, 32Gb and 64Gb MLC NAND flash chips dropped slightly in the second half of February, while 8Gb parts went flat, according to latest data posted by DRAMeXchange...

DRAM contract prices flat in 2H February

Feb 25, 11:02

Contract prices for DRAM memory held flat in the second half of February, latest data gathered by DRAMeXchange show. The average prices of 2GB and 4GB DDR3 modules stayed unchanged...

NAND flash contract prices flat in 1H February, says DRAMeXchange

Feb 17, 12:00

Contract prices for NAND flash memory continued to hold flat in the first half of February, according to latest data gathered by DRAMeXchange. Prices for late January turned soft...

DRAM contract prices set to rise in February, says Nanya

Feb 16, 14:05

Contract prices for DRAM chips are expected to increase by at least 5% in February 2011, starting to gain momentum, according to Nanya Technology. The company had previously predicted...

DRAM contract prices flat in 1H February, says DRAMeXchange

Feb 15, 16:02

Having declined for the past four months, DRAM contract prices moved to stabilize in February 2011, according to DRAMeXchange.

DRAM contract pricing stablizes in February, says inSpectrum

Feb 11, 16:16

Contract pricing for mainstream DRAM has stabilized in February with most vendors refraining from cutting prices further after seeing falls for six straight months, according to in...

NAND flash contract prices stay flat in 2H January, says DRAMeXchange

Jan 28, 15:09

NAND flash contract prices have stopped rising in the second half of January 2011, according to DRAMeXchange. The price tracker pointed to several factors that are keeping quotes...

DRAM contract prices continue slide in 2H January

Jan 26, 16:34

Late January contract prices for DRAM continue trending downward, despite previous media reports saying Elpida Memory would raise its prices later in the month.

DRAM prices to start rebounding in 2Q11, says DRAMeXchange

Jan 21, 12:15

DRAM contract prices were close to the bottom in the first half of January, according to DRAMeXchange. Prices are likely to remain flat or drop slightly in the second half of the...

NAND flash contract prices up 1-5% in 1H January, says DRAMeXchange

Jan 17, 15:16

Contract prices for multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash memory for the first half of January 2011 went up, with 32Gb chips having the largest rise of 3-5%, according to DRAMeXchange.

DDR3 contract prices down 6% in 1H January, says DRAMeXchange

Jan 11, 14:00

Contract prices for DRAM continue trending downard in the first half of January 2011, raising concerns over sluggish demand for computer memory chips and persistent oversupply in...

DRAM prices collapsing, says iSuppli

Jan 5, 10:43

DRAM pricing continued to decline in December 2010 as levels plunged to their lowest point of the year, and nothing is likely to stop prices from continuing their slide during the...

Contract prices for 1Gb DDR3 go below US$1, says DRAMeXchange

Dec 21, 14:58

Contract prices for 1Gb DDR3 DRAM chips fell to below US$1 in the second half of December, hitting as low as US$0.91, according to DRAMeXchange. The price of 2GB DDR3 modules came...

DDR3 contract prices continue slide in 1H December, says DRAMeXchange

Dec 13, 11:18

Contract prices for 1Gb DDR3 chips, which had declined 13.35% in the second half of November, plunged by another 10.66% in the first half of December 2010, according to latest data...

Late November NAND flash contract prices stabilize, says DRAMeXchange

Dec 1, 16:58

Contract prices for 32Gb, 16Gb and 8Gb MLC NAND flash chips all stopped falling in late November, while the drop in prices for 64Gb parts was less sharp, according to DRAMeXchange.

DRAM prices falling faster than expected in 4Q10, says DRAMeXchange

Nov 30, 14:40

The price of mainstream 1Gb DDR3 chips is set to plunge by about 40% sequentially in the fourth quarter of 2010, according to DRAMeXchange. Demand has been shrinking amid increased...

Late November DRAM contract prices down 12-13%

Nov 29, 12:22

DRAM contract prices for late November have fallen by 12-13%, with 2GB DDR3 modules dropping to US$22, according to industry sources in Taiwan.

PC OEMs asking for bigger DRAM price reductions in November, says inSpectrum

Nov 12, 15:45

Mainstream DRAM chip prices have dropped further in the first half of November because PC OEMs are all requesting bigger price reductions amid the current oversupply situation, according...

Panic grips DRAM spot market after sharp price fall at contract market, says inSpectrum

Nov 8, 11:47

Spot price for mainstream DRAM chips in the spot market posted a notable drop in the week November 1-5, as traders/brokers were shocked by a sharp price fall at the contract market,...

Contract prices for 3-bit MLC NAND flash drop up to 9% in 2H October, says DRAMeXchange

Nov 3, 15:10

Late October contract quotes for 3-bit per cell NAND flash chips dropped by a larger percentage rate compared to moderate declines in those for 2-bit per cell parts, according to...

November Taiwan solar wafer spot price rises above US$4

Nov 2, 15:14

Six-inch solar wafer spot prices in Taiwan reached US$4.1 in November, up slightly from near US$4 in October. Contract quotes for the month also went up to US$3.8-3.9 from US$3.7-3.8...

DDR3 module prices to fall to near US$20 by end-2010

Nov 1, 15:36

After having slid lately, contract prices for 2GB DDR3 modules are likely to be further dragged down by continued weak end-market demand, according to sources at DRAM makers. Contract...

DRAM contract prices drop further despite content per box growth, says inSpectrum

Oct 29, 17:05

Contract prices for mainstream DRAM chips have posted enlarged drops in the later half of October, reflecting a demand-supply imbalance expected to last till the first quarter of...

November solar cell prices in stalemate

Oct 28, 11:24

First-tier solar cell makers in Taiwan are quoting US$1.40-1.42 for November contracts, which is roughly the same as October, while second-tier players are looking to raise prices...

Contract prices for 2GB DDR3 modules to fall below US$30 in 4Q10

Oct 18, 11:56

Contract prices for DDR3 dropped by 6-9% in early October 2010 due to continued oversupply, and consequently contract prices for 2GB DDR3 modules are expected to fall to below US$30...

DRAM price bottom yet to come, says inSpectrum

Oct 15, 16:38

Prices of the mainstream DRAM chips posted a sharper sequential drop in the contract market in the first half of October, implying a fundamental slow demand among all major OEMs....

DRAM contract prices continue slide for early October, says DRAMeXchange

Newswatch - Oct 15, 15:23

Contract prices for 2GB DDR3 modules averaged US$31.50 for the first half of October 2010, while same-density DDR2 parts were also quoted at US$31.50 on average, according to DRAMeXchange...

Late September DRAM contract prices fall by 5-6%, say Taiwan makers

Oct 4, 09:51

Late September contract prices for DRAM, including DDR3 and DDR2, dropped by 5-6%, with prices for 1Gb DDR3 slipping to US$1.97 and 2GB DDR3 modules declining to US$34, according...

Contract prices for high-capacity NAND flash down in late September

Oct 4, 09:36

Contract prices for 32Gb and 64Gb NAND flash chips fell by 5-6% and 9-10% respectively in late September 2010 mainly due to oversupply, according to Taiwan-based makers of NAND flash...

4Q10 contract quote for poly-Si reaches US$60/kg

Sep 23, 10:29

Polycrystalline silicon (poly-Si) contract prices for the fourth quarter of 2010 have increased from around US$55/kg in the third quarter to US$60/kg, largely due to a rising spot...

DRAM contract prices continue trending down in 1H September, says DRAMeXchange

Sep 16, 01:15

Contract prices for 1Gb DRAM chips continued trending downwards in the first half of September 2010, as market sentiment remained weak, according to DRAMeXchange.

DRAM contract prices expected to continue downward in September

Sep 10, 11:58

Contract prices for DRAM memory are set to decline further in September 2010 amid weakening demand for PCs, according to sources at Taiwan-based DRAM companies. The sources now hope...

NAND flash vendors cutting chip prices

Sep 2, 12:27

NAND flash chip vendors are now more willing to lower the prices of their NAND flash parts due to rising inventory levels, according to industry sources, adding that the price of...

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