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  • Contract prices for DRAM memory fell over 10% in August 2012, and continued their downward trend in the first half of September. End-market demand has been disappointing.

    Last update: Friday 14 September 2012 [9 news items]

DRAM contract prices continue slide, says DRAMeXchange

Sep 14, 01:15

Contract prices for DRAM memory, which fell over 10% in August 2012, continued their downward trend in the first half of September, according to data collected by DRAMeXchange.

Powerchip likely to be delisted from OTC securities market

Sep 12, 14:05

Shares of Powerchip Technology will be delisted from Taiwan's over-the-counter (OTC) securities market if the net worth of its shares stays negative until the end of October –...

Powerchip faces delisting again

Micron-Elpida tie-up positive for global DRAM industry, says Inotera executive

Sep 5, 12:35

The integration between Micron Technology and Elpida Memory will be positive for the global DRAM industry in terms of production, technology and client interest, according to Scott...

Inotera president Scott Meikle

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.

DRAM inventory rises

Aug 24, 01:15

PC OEMs now have two to three months of DRAM inventory on average, up from the four to six weeks previously. The surge is being caused by sluggish PC sales as consumers hold back...

DRAM inventory at PC OEMs rising

DRAM prices have little room to fall further, says Kingston exec

Aug 20, 13:59

Prices for DRAM memory have fallen to exceptionally low levels, giving them little room to fall further, according to Scott Chen, VP of sales for Asia Pacific at Kingston Technology...

Scott Chen of Kingston Technology identifies demand-side weakness as key factor behind DRAM price f

Elpida cutting DRAM production

Jul 31, 01:40

Elpida Memory has moved to scale down production at its DRAM fab in Hiroshima, Japan, as well as production at its Taiwan-based subsidiary Rexchip Electronics, according to industry...

DRAM contract prices see first fall since 2012, says DRAMeXchange

Jul 19, 13:34

DRAM contract prices, which are updated semi-monthly, showed their first fall for 2012 in early July, according to data collected by DRAMeXchange.

Commentary: Diversifying a must for DRAM firms

Apr 5, 14:31

Elpida Memory's bankruptcy filing reflects the fact that companies must diversify to cope with trends in the evolution of customer behavior and usage. The DRAM memory industry currently...

Falling PC demand encouraging DRAM makers to diversify
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