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Mild rise in 2H April DRAM contract price, says inSpectrum

Apr 21, 12:27

A healthy DRAM average selling price (ASP) trend has been sustained into the second half of April, with prices for all mainstream DRAM modules posting low single-digit sequential...

NAND flash supply to tighten after Apple reportedly places large order

Apr 9, 12:19

Apple has reportedly placed orders for 100 million 8Gb NAND flash chips mostly with Samsung Electronics, which is likely to cause a supply shortage, according to sources at downstream...

DRAM contract prices expected to grow in May, says DRAMeXchange

Apr 8, 15:12

DRAMeXchange anticipates DRAM contract prices will likely start trending upward in May 2009 at the earliest. Contract prices have stayed unchanged since the second half of February...

Memory module maker PQI expected to return to profits in 1Q09

Apr 6, 14:02

Power Quotient International (PQI) will likely manage to swing back to a profit in the first quarter of 2009, market sources expect. The company posted a net profit for the second...

DRAM suppliers may increase quotes due to rising demand, sources say

Mar 27, 12:08

Samsung Electronics, Hynix Semiconductor and Elpida Memory may raise DRAM quotes as demand from major memory module makers is increasing significantly, industry sources have specul...

DRAM contract prices stay flat in 2H March, says DRAMeXchange

Mar 25, 16:41

Contract prices of DRAM chips remain flat sequentially for the second half of March, implying continuously weak demand, according to DRAMeXchange. Fluctuations in DRAM spot prices...

Thin-film PV module makers asked to lower contract prices

Feb 11, 10:24

Taiwan-based thin-film photovoltaic (PV) module makers are being asked by clients to renegotiate contract prices to lower levels because prices for thin-film PV modules on the spot...

Solar cell makers subject to contract price competition, say Taiwan makers

Jan 19, 11:30

In view of price-cut competition at the spot market, some international suppliers of solar modules have begun gathering quotes from their solar cell contract suppliers in Taiwan and...

NAND flash contract prices soar by up to 40% in 2H January, says DRAMeXchange

Jan 16, 11:41

Contract quotes for mainstream 8Gb and 4Gb multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash jumped by up to 40% and 33%, respectively, in the second half of January, latest quotes gathered by DRAMeXchange...

Contract market: DRAM prices stop falling while NAND flash shows sign of rebound, says inSpectrum

Jan 9, 17:17

An advent of a price rebound in both DRAM and NAND flash contract markets is finally unfolding, signifying that capacity cuts are proving to be the sole solution to reverse pricing,...

DRAM contract price slump to end in 1H January

Jan 6, 15:52

The downward contract pricing trend of DRAM chips is expected to end in the first half of January as a result of production cutbacks, industry watchers recently indicated. In line...

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DRAM and NAND flash prices surge on shrunk output, according to inSpectrum

Dec 23, 17:05

Thanks to major memory makers' production cuts, spot prices for both DRAM and NAND flash have gone up since December 16, according to inSpectrum. The positive pricing trend has signaled...

DRAM contract quotes drop 10% again in 2H November

Nov 21, 01:15

DRAM chip contract quotes dropped 10% again in the second half of November. 1GB DDR2 modules also fell to there lowest point at less than US$10. DRAM prices will not rebound until...

Contract price of solar cells subject to possible price cuts for 2009

Oct 29, 12:07

While contract supply prices of solar cells for 2009 currently stand at US$2.8-3.1 per watt, a few makers of solar cells in Taiwan and China have offered lower quotes in negotiating...

DDR2 eTT 1Gb chip pricing falls to historic low

Oct 1, 14:08

The recent drastic decline of branded 1Gb DDR2 prices has pushed the price of DDR2 1Gb eTT chips to an historic low, according to sources at Taiwan DRAM makers.

DRAM contract price likely to continue rising 1H June

May 28, 11:13

The effects of the recent power outage at Hynix Semiconductor's fab in China is expected to begin showing in the DRAM trading markets, helping to spur DRAM contract prices on a continued...

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