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DRAM shortages expected in 2H 2010

Posted on Friday, December 25 2009 @ 15:52:49 CET by

DRAMeXchange predicts growing demand will cause a shortage of DRAM in the second half of 2010:
Thanks to the recovery of the global economy, shortage of dynamic random access memory (DRAM) has accelerated since August and reached its peak in October this year. While the demand towards personal computers will be traditionally weak in Q1 2010, with the continuing recovery it is highly likely that DRAM shortages will return in the second half of the year, claims DRAMeXchange research company.

According to the provider of DRAM market intelligence, some PC manufacturers had to spent $55, 1Gb for $3.25 equivalent, for DDR2/2GB module from module houses at spot market. Despite with the shortage ease in November and December, most PC OEMs and PC ODMs still indicate the strong shipment momentum while this situation resulted in the flat DRAM contract price during the periods.



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