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DRAM makers cutting capacity

Posted on Tuesday, December 13 2011 @ 23:04:13 CET by


EE Times writes DRAM vendors are cutting capacity in response to plummeting DRAM prices:
According to TrendForce statistics, global DRAM wafer start volume has fallen from the high of 1.5 million starts per month in 2008 to a forecasted low of 1 million starts per month in 2012, representing a decrease of 33 percent. DRAM wafer starts this month are projected to be close to the low reached during the financial crisis of 2009, 986,000, the firm said.

Taiwanese DRAM makers have made the largest capacity cuts, from a high of 450,000 starts per month on average in 2011 to December's 250,000 starts, a decrease of 44 percent, DRAMeXchange said. The industry's capacity cuts were all on commodity DRAM products, which is quickly improving the severe oversupply situation, DRAMeXchange said.




 



 

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