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Prices for 2GB DDR3 reach US$10 threshold

Nov 17, 01:05

DRAM contract prices, which had stopped falling since October, began to trend downward in early November as PC OEMs slow down procurement amid concerns about disruptions to their...

Elpida mulling another production cutback, report says

Newswatch - Nov 16, 10:45

Japan's Elpida Memory is considering undertaking another capacity-cut strategy for its commodity DRAM production, aimed at curbing further price drops, Taiwan-based online media MoneyDJ...

Thai flood brings impact to memory contract market, says inSpectrum

Nov 4, 16:30

Contract pricing in the memory market is expected to be affected by recent flooding in Thailand with shortages for 3.5-inch hard disk drives (HDD) for desktop expected to be larger...

NAND flash prices stable in 1H October, says DRAMeXchange

Oct 18, 12:12

Early October contract prices for MLC NAND flash chips remained stable, supported by replenishment demand and demand stimulated by product launches, according to price tracker DRAM...

DRAM contract prices stable in 1H October

Oct 13, 01:05

DRAM contract prices for the first half of October have seen 2% drops to flat growth, becoming more stable. But prices have fallen by almost 50% cumulatively so far in 2011, dragging...

Late September contract prices for 32Gb NAND flash up slightly

Oct 5, 12:15

Late September contract prices for mainstream 32Gb NAND flash chips have risen by up to 3%, buoyed by stronger buying sentiment in China and inventory-building demand from system...

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NAND flash contract prices for 1H September mostly flat

Newswatch - Sep 16, 15:41

Contract market prices for mainstream MLC NAND flash stayed flat in the first half of September, while those for 64Gb parts rose 1%, latest data collected by DRAMeXchange show.

Early September contract quotes for 2GB DDR3 flat

Sep 15, 01:40

Early September contract prices for 2GB DDR3 modules stayed unchanged at US$10.75 on average, whereas 4GB parts continued trending downward to US$20-21, price tracker DRAMeXchange...

NAND flash contract prices stabilize in 2H August

Sep 5, 11:17

Contract prices for MLC NAND flash memories all stopped falling in late August, according to DRAMeXchange. Average prices for 16Gb and 32Gb MLC NAND chips saw sequential growth of...

DRAM contract prices continue to edge lower

Aug 12, 01:00

Contract quotes for DRAM chips continued to fall in the first half of August, hitting their lowest level so far in 2011.

NAND flash contract prices trending down

Aug 2, 16:40

Having engaged in the price negotiations for almost two months, NAND flash buyers and sellers have finally come up with a decision agreeing downward adjustments in contract prices...

Firms slashing 2GB DDR3 module prices

Jul 27, 12:05

Kingston Technology has struck deals to sell its 2GB DDR3 modules as low as US$11, amid sluggish end-market demand, according to industry sources. Other fellow DRAM modules firms...

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Talks on NAND flash contract prices still ongoing

Jul 20, 14:21

DRAMeXchange, which tracks pricing for memory chips, has posted an announcement on its website that data for NAND flash will not be updated until the end of July. NAND chip companies...

DRAM contract prices fall 7% in 1H July

Jul 14, 01:15

Early July contract prices for 2GB and 4GB DDR3 memory modules declined another 7% following about 6% decreases in late June, according to data collected by DRAMeXchange. Prices have...

Taiwan DRAM makers mull production cuts

Jul 13, 11:06

Viewing that spot market prices for 2Gb DDR3 have fallen below US$1.20, some Taiwan-based DRAM makers are currently evaluating measures to stop prices slipping further including the...

Taiwan makers mixed about DRAM price outlook

Jul 6, 14:15

Some Taiwan-based PC and memory makers believe that DRAM contract prices will stop falling in mid-August and rebound later in the month, while others are more pessimistic, thinking...

MicroSD card prices set to fall

Jul 5, 14:50

Prices for microSD cards are expected to undergo a correction as suppliers move forward in their efforts to clean inventories, according to industry sources.

Memory module houses stop price cuts, but demand fail to pick up, says inSpectrum

Jul 1, 15:52

The DRAM and NAND flash spot markets continued to see weak demand throughout this week (June 27-July1) with only few transactions, according to inSpectrum.

DRAM contract prices fall 6% in late June, says DRAMeXchange

Newswatch - Jun 28, 16:52

DRAM contract prices for the second half of June declined another 6% following about 3% decreases in the first part of the month, according to DRAMeXchange, adding that rising inventory...

NAND flash contract prices for 1H June still being negotiated

Jun 20, 15:30

Early June contract prices for NAND flash memory will not be available until later in the month as chip suppliers have not yet concluded negotiations with system OEMs, according to...

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DRAM contract prices face continuing downward pressure, says DRAMeXchange

Jun 14, 13:37

With PC end-user demand remaining weak and slow growth in DRAM content per PC, DRAM contract prices are likely to further slip in the second half of June 2011, according to DRAMeXc...

DRAM and NAND flash contract market yet seeing any rebound, says inSpectrum

Jun 3, 15:50

Despite claims from leading vendors about a positive memory price outlook for the later half of 2011, a meaningful rebound is yet to be seen in the near term. Seasonal demand weakness,...

DRAM contract prices flat in 2H May

May 26, 01:15

Contract prices for 2GB and 4GB DDR3 modules held flat in the second half of May 2011, ending about two months of steady increases, latest data collected by DRAMeXchange show. Prices...

China spot market prices for poly-Si fall to US$60/kg, say Taiwan makers

May 20, 09:43

Spot market quotes for polycrystalline silicon (poly-Si) material in China have dropped to US$60/kg, lower than contract prices of US$65-68/kg signed by South Korea-based OCI with...

NAND flash contract prices slip further in 1H May

May 17, 14:22

Early May 2011 contract prices for NAND flash memory slipped further with 16Gb chips having the largest drop of 6-8%, according to industry sources. Spot prices have also turned soft...

DRAM contract prices up slightly in 2H April

Apr 27, 15:54

DRAM contract prices for the second half of April 2011 rose at a slower rate compared to about 6% growth in the former part of the month, according to latest data gathered by DRAMe...

Toshiba reportedly to halve NAND flash output in May, June

Apr 20, 12:14

Toshiba has notified its clients that the company plans to slash its total NAND flash output by 50% in May and June, due to limited availability of blank wafers and other raw materials...

NAND price rally slows in 1H April

Apr 18, 11:54

Contract prices for 32Gb and 64Gb MLC (multi-level cell) NAND flash chips rose 2-3% in the first half of April, while those for lower-density 16Gb and 8Gb parts were up about 1%,...

DRAM contract prices up in 1H April as PC OEMs advance procurement

Apr 12, 11:22

DRAM contract prices have gone up by about 6% in the first half of April, as PC OEMs are advancing their procurement schedules for the high season amid anticipated shortages, according...

Sluggish downstream demand may affect polysilicon prices

Apr 11, 14:06

Reported output reduction by solar-cell firms has dampened prices of silicon wafer in April and led to confusion in spot-market quotes for polysilicon, although the latter have remained...

PV wafer quotes slacken

Apr 8, 15:34

Faced with sluggish demand in the Europe market, solar-cell clients plan to cut their output and demanded price cuts. The trend seems to have started affecting the quotes for upstream...

DRAM contract price rebounds on supply concerns, says inSpectrum

Apr 8, 15:11

The long-awaited price rebound finally occurred in price negotiations in the first half of April, thanks to PC OEMs' inventory build-up for the high season and potential supply constraints,...

Solar cell contract prices fall to US$1.17-1.18/W, say Taiwan makers

Apr 6, 10:58

As international vendors have reduced or even temporarily stopped placing orders, first-tier China- and Taiwan-based polycrystalline silicon solar cell makers have lowered contract...

Nanya plans to increase chip prices 5% in April, says paper

Newswatch - Apr 1, 14:05

DRAM chipmaker Nanya Technology plans to raise prices about 5% in April, as PC OEMs are active in building up their inventory, according to a Chinese-language Apple Daily...

DRAM spot price sets for rebound, says inSpectrum

Mar 28, 11:02

Thanks to a long-awaited price rebound at the DRAM contract market, a brisk sentiment is expected to spread across to the spot market, with a mild price rebound expected to emerge...

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