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NAND Flash Vendors expect 16 Gb MLC contract price to hit US$ 3.5, says DRAMeXchange

6 April 2009

Taipei, March 31st, 2009-----According to the DRAMeXchange market survey results, NAND Flash vendors kept controlling output and will increase high density chips in 2Q09.Those vendors expects NAND Flash contract price to hit US$ 3.5 recently.

DRAMeXchange projects a mere 2.43% DRAM supply bit growth in 2009

6 April 2009

March 31, 2009---Battered by the DRAM downturn over the past two years, most DRAM makers are facing cash sufficiency problems and may default payment due in the short term.

NAND Flash Upstream and Downstream Vendors face Price Fluctuation, says DRAMeXchange

26 March 2009

Taipei, March 24th ,2009---- The NAND Flash contract price hit bottom at the end of 2008 and started to rebound. Upstream suppliers will face price pressure un 2Q for slow season while downstream vendors are dealing with higher cost. Says DRAMeXchange.

DRAMeXchange expects limited NAND Flash price fluctuatation from the rush order effect

18 March 2009

Mar.10 th, 2009, Taipei----  Due to rush orders from downstream clients, NAND Flash average contract price of 1H March, 2009 showed stability or slight rise. Currently, the rush orders are mainly from the restocking demand in the China domestic market, especially for white-box or copycat (or so-called mountain-bandit in China) cell phone applications, says DRAMeXchange.

Taiwan Memory Corporation may hold onto its number one ranking with 34.4% of worldwide capacity market share, DRAMeXchange predicts

5 March 2009

Taipei, March 5th, 2009--- Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs has announced the establishment of Taiwan Memory Corporation (TMC). DRAMeXchange believes if the whole Taiwan DRAM vendors’capacities are taken into account, and the 5X manufacturing process is utilized, the worldwide market share of TMC will reach 34.4%.

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