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DRAMeXchange indicates a new record low for DDR 1Gb

3 September 2008

Taipei, September 2, 2008 --- Demand for DRAM did not recover after the Beijing Olympics. Memory module makers, whom realize that their expectations have failed, are starting to initiate price cut in China.

DRAMeXchange indicates NAND Flash demand recovery in upcoming seasonal upturns

2 September 2008

Taipei, August 26, 2008 --- According to DRAMeXchange, demand for NAND Flash might have weaker expectation in 2H08, but a better sales recovery may be seen during the upcoming seasonal upturns as a sharp ASP slump may encourage consumption.

DRAMeXchange expects further drop of DRAM contract price in 2H August

29 August 2008

Taipei, August 19, 2008 --- According to DRAMeXchange,  DRAM spot price failed to rebound after 1Gb DDR2 eTT dropped below US$1.80 – a benchmark for a price bottom, on August 7.

DRAMeXchange reports DRAM 2Q revenue grows 12.7%

13 August 2008

Taipei, August 7, 2008 --- According to DRAMeXchange, Price of DRAM has been appreciated by 17% QoQ in contract market and only 4.4% in spot market in 2Q. The relatively strong price appreciation in the contract market has benefited those DRAM makers, who have a relatively high sales exposure to the contract market, with a relatively strong QoQ sales growth.

DRAMeXchange indicates NAND Flash contract price likely to reverse in late 3Q

13 August 2008

Taipei, August 12, 2008 --- According to DRAMeXchange, a downhill trend is seen in NAND Flash contract price market in 1HAug, with prices dropped by an approximate of 5-15% sequentially. The weakening price trend is primarily because of a consistent sluggish demand. A bounce in contract price is likely to occur in late 3Q when demand-supply status improves.


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