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  • Last update: Monday 3 September 2012 [167 news items]

PC DRAM inventory remains high, says inSpectrum

Sep 3, 11:10

DRAM spot prices were relatively stable in the last week of August. Compared to a week ago, prices showed a slight 1-2% decrease, according to latest data from inSpectrum.

Visibility in DRAM demand low, says inSpectrum

Jul 3, 15:35

DRAM spot prices went through a downward trend during the week of June 25-29, as pressure rises on DRAM makers to ship before month-end and demand remains weak, according to inSpec...

2Gb DDR3 prices stay above US$1, says inSpectrum

Apr 9, 14:46

Mainstream 2Gb DDR3 memory continued its stable pricing for the fourth consecutive week. Spot prices during the week of April 2-6 still hovered above US$1, according to memory price...

DRAM spot market quiet as buyers wait-and-see, says inSpectrum

Mar 30, 15:35

During the last trading week of March, transaction volumes have been low in the spot market as buyers take a wait-and-see approach. Meanwhile, sellers insist on keeping prices static,...

DDR3 spot prices top US$1 after Elpida files bankruptcy, says inSpectrum

Mar 3, 11:50

Elpida Memory's bankruptcy filing earlier last week has boosted spot market prices for DDR3 memory with 2Gb chips topping US$1, according to inSpectrum.

Memory spot market weak after Lunar New Year, says inSpectrum

Feb 3, 16:50

A week-long Lunar New Year holiday failed to stimulate the memory market in China, according to inSpectrum. With the Europe and US markets quiet as well, demand has been weaker than...

DRAM spot prices continue rally, says inSpectrum

Jan 9, 12:21

Elpida's raising DRAM price did not have a signifcaint impact on the spot market in the first week of 2012 although higher quotes from suppliers amid limited supply continued to provide...

Memory spot market still weak, says inSpectrum

Dec 26, 10:03

After experiencing a sharp and sudden rise the previous week, average prices for mainstream DRAM in the spot market dropped slightly last week (December 19-23) with demand turning...

DRAM spot price jumps 20%, says inSpectrum

Dec 19, 10:57

Spot price for mainstream DRAM products saw a significant and surprising jump last week (December 12-16), according to inSpectrum. As of noon of December 16, spot price of a white-branded...

Slow demand continues through year-end season in memory market, says inSpectrum

Dec 12, 14:48

Traditional year-end demand did not come in the DRAM spot market in 2011 with the overall mainstream products experiencing a downhill trend this week (December 2-9), according to...

DRAM spot market rebound on production issue, says inSpectrum

Nov 25, 16:13

DRAM spot prices rebounded this week (November 21-25) as some second-tier module house players sought to build up inventories amid concerns over production cut by suppliers, according...

DRAM spot prices stabilize on production cut plan, says inSpectrum

Nov 18, 16:54

The overall price trend of the DRAM spot market finally stabilized this week (November 14-18) due to the recent announcement of Elpida's production cut plan after a sluggish performance...

Slow demand to last through year-end in memory market, says inSpectrum

Nov 11, 17:11

Overall demand in the DRAM spot market remained low this week (November 7-11), as traders continued dumping their stocks amid a gloomy outlook for the year-end holiday shopping season,...

Thai flood brings impact to memory contract market, says inSpectrum

Nov 4, 16:30

Contract pricing in the memory market is expected to be affected by recent flooding in Thailand with shortages for 3.5-inch hard disk drives (HDD) for desktop expected to be larger...

Thailand floods to affect NAND flash spot market, says inSpectrum

Oct 28, 16:52

NAND flash spot market pricing might be stimulated by the recent floods in Thailand over the short term, according to inSpectrum.

No post-holiday affect on DRAM spot market, says inSpectrum

Oct 21, 16:51

Overall pricing dropped further this week at the mainstream DRAM spot market (Oct 17-21) on weak demand, according to inSpectrum.

Memory market has quiet week, says inSpectrum

Oct 7, 16:49

DRAM spot prices continued dropping this week (October 3-7) due to weak demand and the ongoing holidays in China, while the NAND Flash spot market was quiet with few transactions,...

DDR3 spot prices jumps on production cut plan, says inSpectrum

Sep 26, 10:31

Mainstream DRAM spot pricing jumped once again last week (September 19-23) on supply issues while NAND flash remained flat prior to the peak season, according to inSpectrum.

Branded DDR3 prices surge on production cut plan, says inSpectrum

Sep 16, 15:25

Overall pricing for DRAM at the spot market this week (Sep 13-16) reported a strong price rise stimulated by announced plans by Taiwan-based players to cut production, according to...

Memory card price improves, says inSpectrum

Sep 9, 16:45

Price trends in the NAND flash spot market were flat this week (September 5-9) with micro SD cards continuing to see great performance in terms of demand and pricing, according to...

More demand for 32Gb MLC, says inSpectrum

Sep 5, 10:53

The overall price trend for NAND flash in the spot market remained stable this week (Aug 29-Sep 2) with still some traders looking for Hynix 32Gb MLC products in particular, according...

Memory spot price solid, says inSpectrum

Aug 29, 10:31

DDR3 spot prices rebounded last week (Aug 22- 26) while 32Gb NAND flash prices remained firm due to supply issues, according to inSpecturm.

DDR3 spot prices worsen; NAND flash pricing stable, says inSpectrum

Aug 22, 12:37

Overall price trends for DDR3 revised down further in the spot market this week (Aug 15-19) with some brokers dumping products, according to inSpectrum.

DDR3 spot prices dip further but 32Gb MLC price rebounds, says inSpectrum

Aug 12, 17:05

Demand for DDR3 improved slightly this week in the spot market (Aug8-12) but this did not help overall pricing, while NAND flash reported strong demand from China, according to inS...

NAND flash spot prices stabilize, says inSpectrum

Aug 8, 11:35

The NAND flash market saw price trends stabilize this week (Aug 1-5) in the spot market while DDR3 continued to see price drops on weak demand, according to inSpectrum.

Memory spot market remains weak, says inSpectrum

Jul 29, 16:36

Slow demand again dragged overall price trends for both DRAM and NAND flash at the spot market this week (July 25-29), according to inSpectrum.

DDR3 2GB module price reaches new low, says inSpectrum

Jul 25, 10:26

Both DRAM and NAND flash spot markets are quiet and reported a sequential downhill trend this week (July 22-18) with 2GB DDR3 modules reportedly reaching a price bottom, according...

DDR2 spot price rebounds, says inSpectrum

Jul 8, 16:11

DDR2 chip prices in the spot market finally reported a rebound this week (July 4- July 8) with branded 1Gb DDR2 rising around 4% to US$1.09, according to inSpectrum.

Memory module houses stop price cuts, but demand fail to pick up, says inSpectrum

Jul 1, 15:52

The DRAM and NAND flash spot markets continued to see weak demand throughout this week (June 27-July1) with only few transactions, according to inSpectrum.

Sharper DRAM price cuts ahead, says inSpectrum

Jun 20, 10:15

DRAM prices trended down last week (June 13-17) in both contract and channel markets amid blurred demand visibility and sluggish sales. But vendors are believed to be launching even...

Weak channel demand prompts memory module houses launch big price cut, says inSpectrum

Jun 10, 15:48

The price erosion in the channel has aggravated as leading DRAM module houses have launched sharp price revisions, prompting traders/brokers to dump more inventory, according to in...

DRAM and NAND flash contract market yet seeing any rebound, says inSpectrum

Jun 3, 15:50

Despite claims from leading vendors about a positive memory price outlook for the later half of 2011, a meaningful rebound is yet to be seen in the near term. Seasonal demand weakness,...

Another quiet week in DRAM, NAND flash spot markets, says inSpectrum

May 20, 17:06

The DRAM and NAND flash spot markets were quiet this week (May 16-20), with prices continuing falling, according to inSpectrum.

Bearish outlook mutes DRAM and NAND flash transactions, says inSpectrum

May 13, 16:39

Nothing much has changed in the DRAM and NAND flash spot markets in May, with average selling price (ASP) for all mainstream items continuing posting an average weekly drop of 1-2%...

DRAM contract price rebounds on supply concerns, says inSpectrum

Apr 8, 15:11

The long-awaited price rebound finally occurred in price negotiations in the first half of April, thanks to PC OEMs' inventory build-up for the high season and potential supply constraints,...

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