167 news items tagged InSpectrum
Memory spot market remains weak, says inSpectrumFriday 29 July 2011
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 inSpectrumMonday 25 July 2011
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 inSpectrumFriday 8 July 2011
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 inSpectrumFriday 1 July 2011
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 inSpectrumMonday 20 June 2011
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 inSpectrumFriday 10 June 2011
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 inSpectrumFriday 3 June 2011
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 inSpectrumFriday 20 May 2011
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 inSpectrumFriday 13 May 2011
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 inSpectrumFriday 8 April 2011
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,...
DRAM spot price sets for rebound, says inSpectrumMonday 28 March 2011
Thanks to a long-awaited price rebound at the DRAM contract market, a brisk sentiment is expected to spread across to the spot market, with a mild price rebound expected to emerge...
Memory chip price soars amid supply concerns, says inSpectrumFriday 18 March 2011
The earthquake that hit northeastern Japan has sparked widespread concerns about DRAM and NAND flash supply, bringing a record rebound in the channels this week (March 14-18), according...
DRAM spot market yet to see price rebound, says inSpectrumFriday 11 March 2011
While DRAM contract price is set for a mild rebound from late March, no signs of meaningful improvement have been seen in the spot market, according to inSpectrum. DRAM spot prices...
Memory spot market remains quiet, says inSpectrumFriday 4 March 2011
Both DRAM and NAND flash spot markets remained quiet at the beginning of the month, showing a mild downhill price trend, according to inSpectrum.
Unclear outlook mutes memory spot markets, says inSpectrumFriday 25 February 2011
A mild price drop was seen across the board in both DRAM and NAND flash spot markets this week (February 21-25) amid unclear outlook. Although most industry players foresee a price...
Prices fall in memory spot market, says inSpectrumFriday 18 February 2011
ASP for both DRAM and NAND flash chips went downhill in the spot market this week (Feb 14-18) after a stable trend since late January, according to inSpectrum.
DRAM contract pricing stablizes in February, says inSpectrumFriday 11 February 2011
Contract pricing for mainstream DRAM has stabilized in February with most vendors refraining from cutting prices further after seeing falls for six straight months, according to in...
DRAM spot price sees big jump, says inSpectrumFriday 28 January 2011
The DRAM spot market this week (January 24-28) saw all mainstream DDR3 chip prices increase by about 10%, sending price of the 2Gb branded DDR3 chip to above the US$2 mark again....
Memory spot market quiet ahead of Lunar New Year holidays, says inSpectrumFriday 21 January 2011
The memory spot market was quiet this week (January 17-21) ahead of the upcoming Chinese New Year (early February), according to inSpectrum.
NAND flash spot price solid, says inSpectrumMonday 3 January 2011
Spot pricing for mainstream NAND flash continued to climb last week (Dec 27-31) while DRAM chips saw mild drops, according to inSpectrum.
Shortage rumors boost DRAM, NAND flash spot markets, says inSpectrumFriday 24 December 2010
An upward price trend appeared in both DDR2 and NAND flash spot markets this week (December 20-24) amid rumors of potential shortages, according to inSpectrum.
NAND flash prices continue rally amid Korea tensions, says inSpectrumMonday 6 December 2010
Military tensions on the Korean peninsula continued lifting NAND flash price in the spot market in the week from November 29-Dec 3, according to inSpectrum.
Korea tensions send NAND flash spot price up, says inSpectrumFriday 26 November 2010
Amid fears of delivery status, some brokers/traders were motivated to source more NAND flash chips this week (November 19-26), resulting a sustained uptrend in corresponding prices,...
NAND flash spot price posts mild rebound amid poor feedback from new products, says inSpectrumFriday 19 November 2010
Spot price of multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash chips posted a mild growth this week (November 15-19) as industry players found current prices more competitive as compared to triple-level...
PC OEMs asking for bigger DRAM price reductions in November, says inSpectrumFriday 12 November 2010
Mainstream DRAM chip prices have dropped further in the first half of November because PC OEMs are all requesting bigger price reductions amid the current oversupply situation, according...