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DRAM CAPEX of 2009 Decreased by 56%, says DRAMeXchange

17 April 2009

Taipei, April, 15th, 2009 --- The 2008 DRAM chip price dropped more than 85%, while the global DRAM industry has faced more than two years of cyclical downturn, and the consumer demand suddenly froze because of the global financial crisis in 2H08.

NAND Flash Contract Price of 1H April Rose Due To Shipment Adjustment, states DRAMeXchange

17 April 2009

Taipei, April,6th, 2009--- MLC NAND Flash contract price of 1H April, 2009, rose between 0 to 16% due to shipment adjustment from upstream NAND Flash suppliers, says DRAMeXchange. Major NAND Flash suppliers tend to increase their shipment for system makers but decrease those for card and UFD clients. Mainstream MLC 16Gb and 32Gb products also rose between 8 to 13%.

Manufacturers jump aboard “Bandit NB” bandwagon amid market frenzy

16 April 2009

Manufacturers jump aboard “Bandit NB” bandwagon amid market frenzy

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.


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