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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...

DRAM contract prices continue to fall, says DRAMeXchange

Aug 31, 11:40

DRAM contract prices continue trending downwards in the second half of August, according to DRAMeXchange. Pricing in the spot market is also facing a continual drop amid weak deman...

NAND flash contract prices trend down in 1H August, says DRAMeXchange

Aug 17, 14:06

Early August 2010 contract prices for 8Gb to 64Gb multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash chips have all slid, with the 16Gb segment suffering the largest drop of up to 5%, according to...

DRAM contract prices for early August drop, says DRAMeXchange

Aug 16, 15:21

Early August contract quotes for 2GB DDR2 modules have fallen by 8-9%, while the DDR3 segment continued its downward trend, according to DRAMeXchange. The pricing indicates lackluster...

Slow PC and consumer electronics demand continues weighing on DRAM and NAND flash ASP, says inSpectrum

Aug 13, 17:07

The DRAM and NAND flash contract markets have seen price corrections continue for the first half of August as a result of slow demand, according to inSpectrum.

NAND flash prices to go higher in 3Q10, says Phison chairman

Jul 29, 16:25

Memory controller IC supplier Phison Electronics expects contract quotes for NAND flash chips to move upward in the third quarter, which will help push its third-quarter revenues,...

DDR3 contract quotes down for 2H July

Jul 29, 13:15

DDR3 contract quotes have declined 2% on average for the latter half of July while the price for DDR2 parts has remained steady, according to DRAMeXchange.

DRAM prices to rebound in August, says Powerchip chairman

Jul 26, 14:48

Prices for DRAM chips are expected to rebound in August, and begin to stabilize through October, according to Frank Huang, chairman of Powerchip Technology. But seasonal factors may...

Powerchip chairman Frank Huang

DRAM contract price decline continues in 2H July, says inSpectrum

Jul 23, 17:13

The mainstream DDR3 contract market has seen a mild price drop for the latter half of July, reflecting slow demand, according to inSpectrum. DDR2, which has become a legacy memory...

China solar module makers lower 3Q10 quotes by 3-5%

Jul 21, 11:31

Some China-based solar module makers have lowered quotes for the third quarter by 3-5% to about US$1.85-2/W, industry sources revealed, noting that the larger and more vertically...

Contract quotes for DDR3 chips drift lower in early July

Jul 16, 12:16

Contract quotes for DRAM chips continued to fall in the first half of July, with the price of 2GB DDR3 modules dropping 2-4% to US$44. However, some module makers and IC distributors...

Poly-Si suppliers pushing for 3-year contract agreements with solar wafer makers

Jul 15, 11:34

International poly-Si suppliers are pushing solar wafer customers to sign 3-year supply contracts which require down payments of up to 10-20% of the total procurement value over the...

DRAM contract price continues losing strength in 2H July, says inSpectrum

Jul 9, 15:12

Shadowed by a cautious sales outlook among most PC vendors, a mild sequential price drop for DDR3 will continue into the later half of July. The drop in the DDR2 segment has grown...

DRAM contract quotes likely to decline in July and August

Jul 1, 11:52

Contract quotes for DRAM chips may continue to drop in July and August as Samsung Electronics, buoyed by an improvement in yields of its 46nm process, is reportedly offering 2GB DDR3...

NAND flash contract prices to rebound in late July, says DRAMeXchange

Jun 29, 15:18

Contract prices for mainstream multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash chips are expected to rebound later in July 2010, as system OEMs and memory card makers restock for the upcoming peak...

DRAM contract price starts losing strength, says inSpectrum

Jun 9, 16:53

After seeing ASPs of DRAM hold stable for a while, a weakening price trend emerged in the first half of June, with stronger downside pressure expected in the later half of the month,...

DDR2 spot price goes further down, says inSpectrum

May 21, 15:44

A stronger price correction occurred in both DRAM and NAND flash spot markets this week (May 17-21). With the DRAM contract market having seen a complete crossover to DDR3, DDR2 was...

PC vendors and Samsung in dispute over DDR3 contract quotes for May, say sources

May 14, 12:46

Major PC vendors and Samsung Electronics are currently in a standoff over Samsung's plans to hike contract quotes for DDR3 memory in May, according to industry sources. Rival Hynix...

NAND flash contract prices for early May decline, says DRAMeXchange

May 13, 11:25

Contract quotes for 16Gb multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash chips have edged down over 3% in the first half of May 2010, while the 32Gb segment also has declined by up to 3%, according...

DRAM contract price sustains stability in May, says inSpectrum

May 7, 16:46

DRAM contract price has maintained flat with a mild raise in both DDR2 and DDR3 segments amid inventory buildups at some PC OEMs/ODMs, according to inSpectrum.

Hynix DRAM plant reportedly sees power glitch

Apr 22, 14:30

Hynix Semiconductor on April 21 saw a power glitch at a main DRAM fab in Korea, but the company maintained that no losses resulted from the incident, according to Korea media repor...

DRAM vendors raise contract quotes for 1H April, says inSpectrum

Apr 9, 17:02

Despite a mild price drop in the DRAM spot market, major vendors have been able to raise quotes for both DDR2 and DDR3 in the contract market in the first half of April. A mild price...

NAND flash contract quotes for early April climbing

Apr 9, 14:09

Contract quotes for mainstream 16Gb NAND flash memory have edged up 2-7% to average US$4.06 in the first half of April 2010, while prices for 32Gb parts have risen 3-4% to US$7.54,...

International, China-based suppliers hike poly-Si prices for 2Q10

Apr 7, 11:02

International suppliers of polycrystalline silicon (poly-Si) material have raised their contract prices from US$50-55/kg in the first quarter of 2010 to US$55/kg for the second quarter,...

Nanya to raise DRAM contract prices for April, says paper

Newswatch - Mar 30, 16:42

Nanya Technology expects to raise DRAM contract prices by 10% in April 2010, implying the market has shown much strength compared to the same period in previous years, according to...

China makers hike solar wafer contract prices; Taiwan competitors to follow suit

Mar 26, 11:41

China-based solar-grade polycrystalline silicon wafer suppliers have raised contract quotes for the 6-inch segment from US$3.5 per wafer in early March to about US$3.96 due to booming...

Motech seeking hikes in solar cell contract prices for 2Q10, says chairman

Mar 25, 16:46

Taiwan-based solar cell maker Motech Industries is negotiating with clients for higher contract prices for the second quarter of 2010 due to booming demand, according to company chairman...

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