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A-DATA: No big growth for SSD market until 2012

Posted on Friday, April 23 2010 @ 04:30:48 CEST by

A-DATA chairman Simon Chen told the press that he doesn't expect a big takeoff in the solid state disk market until 2012:
The market for solid-state drives (SSD), promising to replace standard hard drives in PC applications, will not experience robust growth until at least two years later, according to Simon Chen, chairman of A-Data Technology.

The development of controllers used in SSDs are becoming mature in 2010, but the current prices for NAND flash chips are still too high to accelerate the adoption of the next-generation computer storage system, said Chen.

Chen said NAND flash prices have dropped from high levels in the fourth quarter of 2009, but the price correction has been weak.



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