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LCD monitor shipments from both SIs and brand vendors slightly slip in October, reports WitsView

8 December 2008

Taipei, November 26, 2008---As to the result of WitsView's worldwide top 10 LCD monitor SI shipment survey in October, most of the system integrators shipment decreased, only Innolux, Samsung, LGE and Wistron MoM shipment grew. Thus, the total MoM shipment declined 3.6% in October. The result is also a signal that there is no more incentive in the end market for the hot season coming.

TPV and Samsung topped LCD monitor SI and brand shipments in September respectively, says WitsView

8 December 2008

Taipei, October 29, 2008---According to WitsView’s survey, TPV topped the list of LCD monitor SIs with 3.7 million monitor shipments. This was followed by Innolux, which shipped 2.9 million units. Coming in third was Samsung, where its own-brand business produced 1.8 million units. Qisda and LGE were respectively ranked at No. 4 and No. 5, both shipping roughly 1 million units.

DRAMeXchange indicates DDR2 1Gb eTT price hits USD 0.81, marking a new historical low

26 November 2008

Taipei, November 25, 2008 --- According to DRAMeXchange, last week (11/18-11/24), DDR2 spot chip price hit historical low with DDR2 1Gb eTT price drop from USD 0.87 to USD 0.81, with a range of 6.9% and a 33.6% drop from the beginning of the Q4. DDR2 667 MHz 1Gb price dropped from USD 0.86 to USD 0.77, with a range of 10.5%, and 36.8% from the beginning of Q4.

DRAM production cut pressures packaging and testing utilization rate, says DRAMeXchange

19 November 2008

Taipei, November 19, 2008 --- According to DRAMeXchange, accompanied with the severe DRAM over supply and the global economic slow down, DDR2 1Gb eTT chip price has plunged from the beginning of the year USD1.76  to the current USD 0.92  in 2008, with a 48% drop range, and the DDR2 667 1Gb chip drop reached 53%.

DRAM Makers' critical decision: “reduce or retire", says DRAMeXchange

18 November 2008

Taipei, November 12, 2008 --- DRAMeXchange believes that the DRAM industry has entered the key adjusting stage of “reduce or retire”. The big scale reduction is now in progress and even some DRAM vendors will be out of the DRAM market in 2009. This adjusting wave will continue until the demand and supply come to balance.


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