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ADATA expects DRAM prices to rebound in early 2012

Posted on Tuesday, December 20 2011 @ 21:55:08 CET by


DigiTimes heard ADATA expects DRAM prices will rebound in January 2012:
DRAM prices will rebound from the current bottom level to a level above cash-flow production cost based on 30nm process in January 2012, according to chairman and CEO Simon Chen for Taiwan-based memory module maker Adata Technology.

The rebound is mainly because cuts in DRAM output will begin to take effect, PC makers will replenish DRAM inventories and so will buyers on the spot market in January, Chen pointed out. PC makers are expected to hike inventory level from two weeks to one month, Chen noted.




 



 

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