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DRAMeXchange sees strong SSD growth in 2011

Oct 27, 14:36

Driven by a higher penetration of solid-state drives (SSD) in storage systems currently dominated by hard disks, and rising retail demand, the market for SSDs in terms of shipments...

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...

DDR3 spot prices drop below US$2

Newswatch - Oct 13, 12:13

Spot market prices for branded 1Gb DDR3 continued trending downward yesterday (October 12) to close at US$1.99 on average, while effectively tested (eTT) chips were quoted at US$1.74,...

NAND flash contract prices to continue downward trend in 4Q10

Sep 24, 01:20

Contract prices for NAND flash memory are likely to decline further in the fourth quarter of 2010, as there are still uncertainties in the market, according to industry sources. Chip...

Samsung to volume produce 2Gb DDR3 using 36nm technology

Sep 20, 14:46

Samsung Electronics is set to start volume producing 2Gb DDR3 chips using 36nm process technology in the fourth quarter of 2010, continuing efforts to shrink process geometries far...

iPad, iPhone fail to halt NAND flash price drops in 1H September

Sep 16, 02:15

Despite brisk sales of iPads and iPhones, contract prices for mainstream MLC NAND flash chips remained on a downward trend in the first half of September, according to sources at...

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.

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...

Kingston raises DDR2 module prices by 7-10%

Aug 13, 12:05

Kingston Technology has raised its prices for DDR2 modules by a range of 7-10% recently pushing Taiwan-based module makers to also follow suit, according to industry sources. Kingston's...

NAND flash bit growth up in 2Q10, but ASP down, says DRAMeXchange

Aug 2, 16:17

Increased supply 3-bit-per-cell parts pushed bit growth of NAND flash production in the second quarter of 2010, but dragged prices down, according to DRAMeXchange. As a result, the...

DRAM revenues grow 15% on quarter in 2Q10, says DRAMeXchange

Aug 2, 10:47

Global DRAM revenues increased 15.2% sequentially to US$10.7 billion in the second quarter of 2010, thanks to stable contract prices and a mild growth in output, according to DRAMe...

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 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...

ProMOS May revenues down on DDR2 price slump

Jun 7, 14:16

ProMOS Technologies has reported a sequential sales drop for May 2010, due to sluggish prices for DDR2 chips.

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 revenues grow 7% on quarter in 1Q10, says DRAMeXchange

May 5, 16:17

Global DRAM revenues reached US$9.28 billion in the first quarter, an increase of 6.9% from fourth-quarter 2009 when revenues were US$8.68 billion, according to DRAMeXchange. The...

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...

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,...

Phison estimates March revenues growth at 60%

Apr 2, 14:18

Phison Electronics has estimated that its revenues in March reached NT$3.3 billion (US$104 million), a more than 60% rise sequentially. The memory controller IC specialist, which...

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...

Spot prices for 1Gb DDR2 go beyond DDR3

Newswatch - Mar 26, 16:39

Spot market prices for 1Gb DDR2 memory have drifted higher to surpass those for same-density DDR3 parts, DRAMeXchange data show.

DRAM industry now in three-year cycle of profitability, says DRAMeXchange

Mar 24, 14:33

DRAMeXchange believes the DRAM industry has entered its profitable years following unprofitable 2007-2009. The research firm in its recent research report pointed out a combination...

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...

DRAM spot prices keep rising

Mar 19, 11:47

Spot prices for mainstream 1Gb DDR2 and same-density DDR3 have recently rallied to approach the US$3 mark, reflecting demand is outstripping supply, according to industry sources.

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...

Taiwan DRAM makers February revenues expected to drop on month, says paper

Newswatch - Feb 22, 15:33

Major Taiwan-based DRAM chipmakers including Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC), Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories are likely to see their February 2010 revenues decrease...

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...

Micron makes gains in 2009 NAND flash market, unseats Hynix in top-3

Feb 2, 16:07

Micron Technology captured a 9.4% share of the global NAND flash market in 2009, exceeding Hynix Semiconductor's share by 0.3pp points, according to DRAMeXchange. Samsung Electronics...

DRAM revenues up 42% on quarter in 4Q09; non-Korean players gain share, says DRAMeXchange

Feb 1, 14:35

Global DRAM revenues grew 42% sequentially to US$8.682 billion in the fourth quarter of 2009, buoyed by a rebound in chip ASPs and output growth, according to DRAMeXchange. Samsung...

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