167 news items tagged InSpectrum
DDR2 spot price goes further down, says inSpectrumFriday 21 May 2010
A stronger price correction occurred in both DRAM and NAND flash spot markets this week (May 17-21). With the DRAM contract market having seen a complete crossover to DDR3, DDR2 was...
Price correction continues in DRAM, NAND flash spot markets, says inSpectrumFriday 14 May 2010
A price correction in the DRAM and NAND flash spot markets continued this week (May 10-14), resulting in mild price drops, according to inSpectrum.
DRAM contract price sustains stability in May, says inSpectrumFriday 7 May 2010
DRAM contract price has maintained flat with a mild raise in both DDR2 and DDR3 segments amid inventory buildups at some PC OEMs/ODMs, according to inSpectrum.
DRAM and NAND flash spot prices drop, says inSpectrumFriday 30 April 2010
Both the DRAM and NAND flash spot markets remained weak this week (April 26-30), resulting in price correction, said inSpectrum.
Memory spot market remains weak ahead of holiday in China, says inSpectrumFriday 23 April 2010
Buying incentives for memory continued to be weak this week (April 19-23), resulting in a mild price drop in the DRAM and NAND flash spot markets, according to inSpectrum.
DRAM contract prices for late April declining, says inSpectrumThursday 22 April 2010
Contract quotes for 2GB DDR3 memory modules have dropped 2.7% to average US$43.90 in the second half of April, while prices for 2GB DDR2 parts have slid 1.5% to US$41 on average,...
Demand slows down in DRAM spot market, says inSpectrumFriday 16 April 2010
With most memory module houses having already stocked up many DDR2 chips, demand slowed down this week (April 12-16), resulting in a price correction, according to inSpectrum.
DRAM vendors raise contract quotes for 1H April, says inSpectrumFriday 9 April 2010
Despite a mild price drop in the DRAM spot market, major vendors have been able to raise quotes for both DDR2 and DDR3 in the contract market in the first half of April. A mild price...
Strong DRAM spot price rally followed by price correction, says inSpectrumFriday 2 April 2010
After a surge of about 30% in both DDR2 and DDR3 spot prices in March, a price correction was seen this week (March 29-April 2), according to inSpectrum.
Speculation sends DRAM spot prices to record high, says inSpectrumFriday 26 March 2010
Spot prices for all types of DRAM hit record-high levels this week (March 22-26), thanks to price hikes by some vendors and speculative trading, according to inSpectrum.
DDR2 gains stronger momentum, says inSpectrumFriday 19 March 2010
Spot price of DDR2 gained stronger momentum this week (March 15-19), thanks to price hike by Kingston Technology, as well as inventory replenishments from the emerging markets, according...
DDR2 spot pricing up on shrinking supply, says inSpectrumFriday 12 March 2010
Spot price of DDR2 regained momentum this week (March 8-12) amid shrinking supply from memory module houses, according to inSpectrum.
NAND flash pricing remains weak as traders offload Hynix 41nm chips, says inSpectrumFriday 5 March 2010
Attention in the spot market was shifted from DRAM to NAND flash this week (March 1-5) as some traders offloaded their inventories of NAND flash chips from Hynix Semiconductor, according...
Bullish DDR2 spot pricing sustains after Lunar New Year, says inSpectrumFriday 26 February 2010
A bullish price trend for DDR2 has sustained in the memory spot market after Lunar New Year, thanks to restock demand from some emerging markets, plus continued price hikes by leading...
Speculation trading stimulates an unexpected DDR2 ASP bounce, says inSpectrumFriday 12 February 2010
Speculation trading has brought an unexpected price bounce for DDR2, driven by a mild price revision by leading players, according to inSpectrum.
DRAM and NAND flash spot pricing remains stable during holiday run-up, says inSpectrumFriday 5 February 2010
The week February 1-5 was quiet for both DRAM and NAND flash trading at the Greater China area spot markets as vendors and major memory module houses maintained flat quotes, resulting...
Memory market quiet as Lunar New Year approaches, says inSpectrumFriday 29 January 2010
DRAM and NAND flash spot prices continued dropping mildly this week (January 25-29) as most buyers remained conservative about the pricing trend ahead of Lunar New Year (in mid February),...
DDR3 pricing lulls upon module price reduction, says inSpectrumFriday 22 January 2010
A mild drop for both DRAM and NAND flash was seen across the board this week (January 18-22), driven by price reductions by some leading module houses, according to inSpectrum.
DDR3 spot price continues growing, says inSpectrumFriday 15 January 2010
Thanks to growing attention from brokers and traders, DDR3 spot prices continued growing this week (January 11-15). But for DDR2 and NAND flash, prices remained weak amid slow demand,...
Hot sales of DDR3 spreads from contract to spot market, says inSpectrumFriday 8 January 2010
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...
Unexpected price rally at DRAM spot market, says inSpectrumThursday 24 December 2009
Driven by unexpected demand from some China-based traders, DRAM spot pricing again posted a rally this week (December 21-24). But for the NAND flash market, demand remained sluggish,...
DRAM and NAND flash spot trading to remain slow through Christmas, says inSpectrumFriday 18 December 2009
After series of speculative trading, the memory spot market is quiet this week (December 14-18), as evident in stable pricing and small transaction volumes, according to inSpectrum...
Prices for eTT DRAM surge on speculation, says inSpectrumFriday 11 December 2009
Speculation in both DRAM and NAND flash trading has pushed spot prices up this week (December 7-11), with effectively tested (eTT) DRAM chips leading the rally, according to inSpec...
DRAM price surge to lose momentum in December, says inSpectrumWednesday 9 December 2009
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,...
Inventory dumping again drags both DRAM and NAND flash spot prices down, says inSpectrumFriday 4 December 2009
Spot pricing for both DRAM and NAND flash dropped further this week (November 30-December 4) as traders/distributors started dumping inventory to channels, according to inSpectrum.