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DDR3 expected to grab 30 percent of market by year-end

Posted on Saturday, July 04 2009 @ 05:06:53 CEST by

DRAMeXchange predicts DDR3 memory will capture 30 percent of the market by the end of this year:
DDR3 memory will capture one third of the dynamic random access memory (DRAM) market by the end of the year, confirms DRAMeXchange market research firm, which will be a tipping point for the latest type of memory. However, in the short-term future the contract price on the DDR3 will go higher due to increasing demand towards the new memory type.

According to DRAMeXchange, the June contract price did not fluctuate since some contract deals between PC OEMs and DRAM vendors are conducted either in monthly basis or quarterly basis. DRAMeXchange believes that DDR3 contract price in July will increase 5% - 10% due to the aggressive promotion of notebooks powered by consumer ultra low voltage (CULV) platform and new contract deal negotiation in July.



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