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DDR3 spot prices to see further drop

Posted on Tuesday, November 16 2010 @ 18:27:14 CET by


Anonymous DRAM industry sources told DigiTimes that spot pricing of DDR3 memory chips will continue to drop:
Spot market quotes for 2Gb DDR3 and 1Gb DDR3 chips have continually dropped to US$2.50 and US$1.30-1.40 respectively due to increasing global supply, and are expected to keep falling to US$2 and US$1 respectively around the end of 2010 or in early 2011, according to DRAM industry sources in Taiwan.

The global DRAM industry is currently in a situation that makers using 63nm process are suffering losses from production of 2Gb DDR3, those using 50nm are able to break even and those using 30-40nm can profit, the sources pointed out.




 



 

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