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DDR3 spot prices reach US$3

Mar 23, 14:57

Spot market prices for branded 1Gb DDR3 chips continued rallying to close at US$3 on average on March 22, while effectively tested (eTT) DDR3 climbed to US$2.98, according to DRAMe...

Taiwan-based solar cell makers seeking contract price hikes for 2Q10

Mar 18, 15:00

Taiwan-based makers of crystalline silicon solar cells, foreseeing that global demand will continue to be strong and solar wafer costs will rise in the second quarter, plan to raise...

Main international poly-Si suppliers keep contract prices unchanged for 2Q10, say Taiwan makers

Mar 16, 10:50

International suppliers of polycrystalline silicon (poly-Si) material have quoted contract prices of US$50-55/kg for the second quarter of 2010, the same as current levels, according...

NAND flash contract quotes for early March mostly stable

Mar 12, 14:15

Contract quotes for 64Gb, 32Gb and 16Gb NAND flash memory have declined by 1-2% on average, respectively, in the first half of March, compared to the average in the second half of...

DRAM makers see demand from PC OEMs pick up after Lunar break

Feb 26, 12:27

PC OEM makers have recently increased their orders for DDR3 modules at Samsung Electronics, while Elpida Memory is seeking additional supply of DDR2 chips from partner Powerchip Semiconductor...

DRAM contract prices go flat in 2H February, says DRAMeXchange

Feb 25, 17:03

Contract prices for 1Gb DDR2 are at US$2.19-2.38 for the second half of February 2010, flat from the first half of month, according to DRAMeXchange. The 1Gb DDR3 segment also remains...

Speculation trading stimulates an unexpected DDR2 ASP bounce, says inSpectrum

Feb 12, 15:42

Speculation trading has brought an unexpected price bounce for DDR2, driven by a mild price revision by leading players, according to inSpectrum.

DDR2 contract quotes down 2-5% for 1H February, but DDR3 parts up

Feb 11, 11:04

Contract quotes for DDR2 chips have declined 2-5% for the first half of February, pushing the price of 2GB DDR2 modules to US$38-41, according to DRAMeXchange. Meanwhile, prices for...

High-density NAND flash prices rise by up to 3% in 2H January, says DRAMeXchange

Jan 26, 11:40

Contract prices for 32Gb and 64Gb multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash chips have seen flat to 3% growth to average US$7.24 and US$15.50, respectively, for the second half of January,...

DRAM contract prices flat in 2H January, says DRAMeXchange

Jan 26, 10:37

Contract quotes for 2GB DDR2 modules have remained unchanged at US$41 for the second half of January, and the price of 2GB DDR3 parts also remained flat at US$41, DRAMeXchange data...

Nanya cautious about 1Q10 as ASPs decline

Jan 22, 16:05

Nanya Technology, currently Taiwan's top DRAM maker by revenues, has expressed concerns that it may see ASPs drop sequentially in the first quarter of 2010 due to weakness in DDR2...

DDR3 contract prices rise in 1H January, DDR2 stays flat

Jan 13, 14:58

Contract prices for 2GB DDR3 modules rose 2-5% to average US$41 in the first half of January, according to figures from DRAMeXchange. 2GB DDR2 parts were also quoted at US$41 in the...

NAND flash demand slow in early January, says DRAMeXchange

Jan 11, 16:34

Contract prices for most multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash chips have remained almost unchanged for the first half of January 2010, indicating inventory replenishment by downstream...

Hot sales of DDR3 spreads from contract to spot market, says inSpectrum

Jan 8, 16:54

Memory trading in the spot market remained slow this week (January 4-8), except for DDR3. Thanks to stronger concern about supply, a price surge for DDR3 occurred, according to inS...

Contract quotes for NAND flash chips remain flat for 2H December

Dec 25, 16:28

Contract prices for most multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash chips remain flat for the second half of December 2009, but higher density segments have come down 1-5% on slow trading,...

Poly-Si suppliers offer one-year contract quotes at US$55/kg, say Taiwan makers

Dec 18, 12:30

Some international suppliers of polycrystalline silicon (poly-Si) are offering one-year contract quotes of about US$55/kg for 2010, approximately the same as current spot prices,...

DRAM contract quotes remain flat in 1H December

Dec 10, 11:19

DRAMeXchange data show that contract prices for DRAM chips have remained unchanged in the first half of December, beating industry sources' estimate of a slight dip. Pai Pei-Lin,...

DRAM price surge to lose momentum in December, says inSpectrum

Dec 9, 14:16

After seeing a weakening price trend in November, DRAM contract prices are expected to continue to lose strength in December as demand is expected to encounter a temporal setback,...

DRAM makers Nanya and Inotera revenues hit year-high in November 2009

Dec 4, 10:57

Nanya Technology saw its November 2009 revenues increase 7% on month to NT$6.05 billion (US$188.47 million), while Inotera Memories' revenues grew 15% sequentially to NT$4.32 billion,...

Three-bit per cell NAND flash to take 70-80% share in 2010

Dec 3, 14:04

NAND flash quotes are likely to drop as 70-80% of 2-bit per cell chips used in entry-level flash drives and memory cards will be replaced by 3-bit per cell ones in 2010, according...

Increased supply drags down DDR2 spot prices, says DRAMeXchange

Nov 30, 12:08

Average spot prices for eTT 1Gb DDR2 trended down 3.82% in one day to close at US$2.06 on November 27, whereas the branded segment also slid by 1.04% to US$2.47, DRAMeXchange data...

NAND flash contract prices trend down in 2H November, says DRAMeXchange

Nov 26, 11:36

Contract prices for mainstream multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash memory chips have come down 2-4% for the latter part of November, reflecting a seasonal demand drop, according to...

DRAMeXchange: Contract prices for 16Gb MLC chips

Demand from PC OEMs still outpacing DRAM supply, says Nanya

Nov 25, 11:04

DRAM demand from PC OEMs continues to outstrip supply in the contract market, according to Nanya Technology spokesperson Pei-lin Pai, in response to recent soft pricing in the spot...

DRAM contract prices weaken in 2H November, says inSpectrum

Nov 23, 16:41

DRAM contract pricing weakened in the second half of November, implying PC buyers' demand for both DDR2 and DDR3 may slow down in December, according to inSpectrum.

DRAM prices likely to drop in December, say module makers

Nov 18, 12:24

Some DRAM module makers in Taiwan are forecasting a price correction to reflect seasonal demand in December, and have expressed caution about the near-term chip pricing.

DDR3 prices to rise above DDR2 soon, say makers

Nov 11, 10:28

With PC OEMs pushing the migration to DDR3, the next mainstream memory chip will soon be traded above the ASP for DDR2 chips in both spot and contract markets, according to sources...

DRAM contract prices surge in 1H November, says inSpectrum

Nov 10, 16:03

Amid a severe shortage of DDR2, DRAM contract prices rose a record-high rate in the first half of November, inSpectrum observed. In light of a slower-than-expected migration to DDR3,...

Samsung, Hynix continue to expand DRAM presence, says DRAMeXchange

Nov 9, 15:08

Global DRAM revenues increased 40.7% on quarter to US$5.719 billion in the third quarter of 2009, according to DRAMeXchange. Samsung Electronics' and Hynix Semiconductor's combined...

Buyers shift attention to DDR3 in spot market, says inSpectrum

Nov 6, 16:35

With the DRAM market continuing to experience tight DDR2 supply in the contract market, buyers in the spot market have shifted their attention to DDR3 this week (November 3-6), resulting...

PSC receives eTT DRAM orders from system makers

Nov 6, 11:52

Powerchip Semiconductor (PSC), which mainly supplies effectively tested (eTT) DRAM chips to module customers, has recently landed orders from Taiwan- and US-based system vendors,...

DRAM contract prices to rise by double-digits in November, says Nanya

Nov 4, 11:06

Contract quotes for DRAM chips may continue to grow by a double-digit percentage in November, according to Pai Pei-Lin, vice president and spokesperson of Nanya Technology. Pai said...

US$2.50 reasonable for DRAM, says Kingston Technology Far East

Nov 3, 14:54

US$2.50 is a healthy price level for both DRAM makers and PC ODM/OEM makers, according to Kingston Technology Far East chairman DK Tsai, who also heads packaging and testing firm...

DK Tsai, chairman of Kingston Technology Far East and PTI

DRAM contract prices up in 2H October, says DRAMeXchange

Oct 23, 16:56

Contract prices for both 1Gb DDR2 and 1Gb DDR3 chips continued to rally in the second half of October 2009, with the former topping US$2, according to data from DRAMeXchange. The...

DRAM contract prices continuing rally through 4Q09; shortage expected in 2010, says Nanya VP

Oct 22, 11:25

Contract quotes for DRAM chips will continue to rise in November, according to Pai Pei-Lin, vice president and spokesperson of Nanya Technology. Pai also foresees a shortage of memory...

DRAM suppliers hike prices, says inSpectrum

Oct 16, 16:40

The strong price upside for DRAM in the spot market continued in this week (October 12-16), following price hikes by some vendors and module makers, according to inSpectrum. But NAND...

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