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Micron to cut PC DRAM production

Posted on Monday, September 16 2013 @ 12:12:02 CEST by

Sources at Taiwanese memory supply chain firms told DigiTimes that Micron is cutting back production of DRAM for PCs and that nearly 30 percent of the firm's PC DRAM capacity was booked up by large clients:
Micron Technology has seen nearly 30% of its PC-use DRAM production capacity booked up by large clients and its supply available for other clients in September-December 2013 will decrease significantly, according to Taiwan-based memory supply chain makers.

Following the fire accident at SK Hynix's factory in eastern China on September 4, spot market prices for 2Gb and 4Gb DDR3 have risen by more than 30% to US$2.20 and US$4.20 respectively, according to TrendForce.

While DRAM makers have temporarily stopped contract price quotations since the fire, Micron plans to quote as high as US$2.50 for 2Gb DDR3, reflecting the tight global supply, the sources said.



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