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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...

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...

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...

DRAMeXchange sees strong DDR3 demand despite slow season

Jan 11, 17:05

Spot prices for 1300MHz 1Gb DDR3 chips reached US$3.01 on January 8 compared to US$2.45 on December 17, 2008, showing a 23% rise, according to DRAMeXchange. The memory price tracker...

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...

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,...

DRAM spot prices regaining strength

Newswatch - Dec 25, 14:15

Trading of DRAM at the spot market has shown no signs of weakness during the week before Christmas, data gathered by DRAMeXchange have shown. The price of mainstream 1Gb DDR2 chips...

DRAM to fall into shortage in 2H10, says DRAMeXchange

Dec 25, 10:18

The market for DRAM chips will likely face a serious shortage in the second half of 2010, according to DRAMeXchange. With suppliers having decelerated their production growth and...

DRAM capex to hike 80% in 2010, says DRAMeXchange

Dec 23, 15:41

Combined capex at DRAM chipmakers will reach US$7.85 billion in 2010, up 80% from NT$4.3 billion in 2009, according to DRAMeXchange. Despite the significant growth, the projected...

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,...

Nanya and Inotera to report revenue growth in November

Dec 2, 15:35

DRAM makers Nanya Technology and Inotera Memories are expected to see November 2009 revenues hit NT$6 billion (US$186 million) and NT$4 billion, respectively, representing the highest...

DRAM price outlook depressed through year-end 2009, say Taiwan makers

Dec 1, 15:12

DRAM prices are unlikely to stave off a decline in prices by the end of 2009, around when suppliers tend to unload inventory to bolster their annual financial results, according to...

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...

DDR2 spot prices to hit US$3, says DRAMeXchange

Nov 5, 13:55

Spot prices for DDR2 1Gb chips are likely to reach US$3 as supply remains tight throughout November, DRAMeXchange forecast in its latest report.

Samsung and Micron expand in 3Q09 NAND flash market, says DRAMeXchange

Nov 4, 13:57

Only Samsung Electronics and Micron Technology among the world's major NAND flash producers saw their market shares increase on quarter in the third quarter of 2009, according to...

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

UMC invests in DRAMeXchange

Newswatch - Oct 27, 15:32

DRAMeXchange Technology has announced that United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC) through a venture capital subsidiary has taken a 10% stake in the company. The memory price tracker...

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...

DDR2 contract prices surpass DDR3 in 1H October

Oct 9, 15:06

Contract quotes for 2GB DDR2 modules went up to US$31.50 on average in the first half of October 2009, exceeding the level of US$31 that DDR3 parts achieved, according to data from...

DDR2 spot prices hit US$2 earlier than expected

Sep 28, 11:41

Recent spot prices for DDR2 1Gb 800MHz chips climbed to US$2, according to DRAMeXchange. The growth momentum accelerated faster than previously expected, and may enable upstream memory...

DDR2 spot pricing to hit US$2, says Nanya VP

Sep 18, 15:31

Spot pricing for 1Gb DDR2 chips is likely to reach US$2 after October, as the supply will continue to lag demand, according to Pai Pei-Lin, vice president and spokesperson of Nanya...

Nanya spokesperson Pei-Lin Pai

Kingston reportedly secures NAND flash supply from Intel

Newswatch - Sep 18, 12:08

Kingston Technology has reserved 70% of Intel's total NAND flash capacity to ensure sufficient supply of the memory chips, according to industry sources. The US-based memory module...

NAND flash supply to remain tight until November, says DRAMeXchange

Sep 17, 16:46

NAND flash demand has gone up thanks to the launch of smartphones and portable media players (PMPs) in preparation for holiday sales, according to DRAMeXchange. Tight chip supply...

DDR2 spot pricing to continue rally until end-2009

Sep 15, 15:12

Spot prices for 1Gb DDR2 are expected to hit US$1.8 soon, and climb further to approach US$2 at the end of 2009, according to DRAM module houses. The growth momentum reflects increased...

Apple demand causing serious NAND flash shortage in Taiwan

Sep 14, 12:05

With major NAND flash chip producers allocating more supplies for Apple, Taiwan-based memory module houses have seen a serious shortage of the memory chips, according to industry...

Samsung

NAND flash contract prices trending up in 1H September, says DRAMeXchange

Sep 9, 15:47

Contract prices for mainstream multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash have trended upward by 3-12% in the first half of September, thanks to inventory replenishment and advanced shipments...

DRAM contract prices up 5-8% in 1H September, says DRAMeXchange

Sep 8, 12:03

Contract pricing for 1Gb DDR2 and 1Gb DDR3 have continued growth momentum to average US$1.53 and US$1.66, respectively, up 8.5% and 5.1% sequentially in the first half of September,...

Low-density NAND flash contract prices up slightly as suppliers move to more-advanced processes, says DRAMeXchange

Aug 26, 14:12

Contract pricing for low-density multi-level cell (MLC) chips has shown a mild rise for the second half of August, as more suppliers are moving to scale up production of 32Gb units...

A-Data to push own-brand in emerging markets

Aug 26, 10:37

A-Data Technology, which specializes in DRAM modules and flash applications, is looking to expand its own-brand business in emerging markets, according to the company. The memory-module...

Simon Chen, chairman of A-Data Technology

DDR2 spot pricing hits US$1.50

Aug 20, 10:41

DDR2 spot pricing has continued its rally to surpass US$1.50, coming closer or even meeting suppliers' cost levels, according to industry sources. The price hike may cause PC OEMs...

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