128Mbit notebooks graphics memory supply tightening even more

Posted on Monday, Jan 05 2004 @ 19:25 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
The 128Mbit (4Mbitx32) graphics DDR memory which is used in notebooks is facing an even larger shortage, as Samsung has recently gained a large urgent order from Medion.

Samsung has sold all of its 128Mbit inventory to Medion in order to maintain its relationship with this leading European PC distributor.
In the spot market, 128Mbit (4Mbit×32) DDR chips were quoted at US$4.27 per chip today, up from US$3.60 at the end of 2003, according to DRAMeXchange.
Source: DigiTimes


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