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Samsung receiving large quantity order will drive NAND Flash price upward in the Spot Market, says DRAMeXchange

12 February 2009

Taipei, February 9th, 2009, since the recent capacity cut done by some NAND Flash vendors had caused the chip supply to decrease sharply in spot market, some NAND Flash buyers switch their procurement orders to Samsung. Therefore NAND Flash spot market supply showed signs of tightness and stimulated a strong rally of today’s price.

DRAMeXchange reports 4Q08 and 2008 Sales Ranking of NAND Flash Brand Companies

6 February 2009

Taipei, February 6, 2009 -- NAND Flash Brand Companies released total revenue of 2008.Samsung’s annual revenue was 4.614 billion USD and gained 40.4% market share, remained at number one position, according to DRAMeXchange.

NAND Flash price will have sufficient momentum to rise would depend on upstream suppliers' further reduction decision, says DRAMeXchange

6 February 2009

Taipei, February 3, 2009 -- Due to Hynix earlier reduction on its 8 inch fab and Toshiba’s reduction on its 12 inch fab, NAND Flash price rebounded at the end of 2008. 8Gb and 16 Gb MLC contract price rose 70% and 50%, respectively, and reached $1.82 and $2.46.

DDR2 1Gb price may surge up to 1.2 - 1.5 USD after Qimonda declared bankruptcy, says DRAMeXchange

23 January 2009

Taipei, January 23, 2009---German DRAM vendor Qimonda declared Bankruptcy, DDR2 1Gb chip price may surge up to 1.2 USD to 1.5 USD, according to DRAMeXchange.

NAND Flash 16Gb and 8Gb contract price rises 8% and 40%, says DRAMeXchange

16 January 2009

Taipei, January 15, 2009 -- NAND Flash contract price of 2H January, 2009, rebounded constantly, reflecting the fermentation effect of earlier upstream suppliers' reduction. Most suppliers also released 2H January contract price in order to response to the restocking demand before Lunar C


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