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Digitimes Insight: Quake impacts memory supply, spot price on the rise

Mar 23, 09:53

Since Japan is second to South Korea in importance to the global memory industry, spot price for DRAM and NAND flash products both rose on the first trading day after the March 11...

Quake impacts memory supply, spot price on the rise

Japan earthquake could impact poly-Si quotes for 2Q11

Mar 16, 01:40

Though the recent earthquake offshore of Japan has not caused substantial disruption to the global PV supply chain, industry observers are concerned that contract quotes for poly-Si...

Solar wafer maker Danen inks 7-year poly-Si supply agreement with OCI

Mar 16, 01:25

Solar wafer maker Danen Technology on March 15 announced that it has signed a seven-year polycrystalline silicon (poly-Si) supply agreement with South Korea's OCI. The contract will...

Memory spot prices soar on supply concerns

Mar 15, 11:53

Spot market prices for mainstream MLC NAND flash soared by up to 20% in one day on March 14, while those for DDR3 chips rose about 7%. The prices rallied amid concern that the recent...

DRAM companies stop offering quotes after Japan earthquake

Mar 14, 14:25

Many DRAM chip suppliers reportedly have stopped quoting their chip prices for the spot market segment following the earthquake which hit Japan on March 11. Meanwhile, downstream...

DRAM spot market yet to see price rebound, says inSpectrum

Mar 11, 16:40

While DRAM contract price is set for a mild rebound from late March, no signs of meaningful improvement have been seen in the spot market, according to inSpectrum. DRAM spot prices...

Memory spot market remains quiet, says inSpectrum

Mar 4, 17:07

Both DRAM and NAND flash spot markets remained quiet at the beginning of the month, showing a mild downhill price trend, according to inSpectrum.

Unclear outlook mutes memory spot markets, says inSpectrum

Feb 25, 16:17

A mild price drop was seen across the board in both DRAM and NAND flash spot markets this week (February 21-25) amid unclear outlook. Although most industry players foresee a price...

DRAM contract prices flat in 2H February

Feb 25, 11:02

Contract prices for DRAM memory held flat in the second half of February, latest data gathered by DRAMeXchange show. The average prices of 2GB and 4GB DDR3 modules stayed unchanged...

Prices fall in memory spot market, says inSpectrum

Feb 18, 15:12

ASP for both DRAM and NAND flash chips went downhill in the spot market this week (Feb 14-18) after a stable trend since late January, according to inSpectrum.

DRAM contract prices set to rise in February, says Nanya

Feb 16, 14:05

Contract prices for DRAM chips are expected to increase by at least 5% in February 2011, starting to gain momentum, according to Nanya Technology. The company had previously predicted...

DRAM contract prices flat in 1H February, says DRAMeXchange

Feb 15, 16:02

Having declined for the past four months, DRAM contract prices moved to stabilize in February 2011, according to DRAMeXchange.

Poly-Si supply tight on spot market

Jan 27, 12:24

Polycrystalline silicon (poly-Si) supply over the spot market is very tight at the moment, according to industry sources. With the Chinese government recently announcing more stringent...

Memory spot market quiet ahead of Lunar New Year holidays, says inSpectrum

Jan 21, 15:57

The memory spot market was quiet this week (January 17-21) ahead of the upcoming Chinese New Year (early February), according to inSpectrum.

Solar cell spot price down to US$1.19/W, says EnergyTrend

Jan 20, 11:38

Solar cell quotes over the spot market have dropped 0.83% from last week to an average of US$1.19 and as low as US$1.13/W for some transactions, according to the latest weekly solar...

Taiwan-based solar cell makers lower spot price to US$1.15/W

Jan 6, 11:00

Taiwan-based solar cell makers have recently lowered solar cell spot quotes to US$1.15-1.18/W as more production capacity go online, especially those of their China-based counterparts,...

NAND flash spot price solid, says inSpectrum

Jan 3, 10:19

Spot pricing for mainstream NAND flash continued to climb last week (Dec 27-31) while DRAM chips saw mild drops, according to inSpectrum.

Spot prices for 6-inch solar-grade wafers drop slightly

Dec 16, 10:34

Spot prices for 6-inch polycrystalline silicon (poly-Si) wafers offered by Taiwan-based manufacturers have fallen to as low as US$3.70 per unit from previous highs of between US$3.80...

NAND flash spot prices up after Toshiba power outage

Dec 13, 10:32

Toshiba's NAND flash production was disrupted for two days following a power outage on December 8, with the incident driving up spot prices by 3-4% to US$4.26 for 16Gb chips and US$5.18...

DRAM prices falling faster than expected in 4Q10, says DRAMeXchange

Nov 30, 14:40

The price of mainstream 1Gb DDR3 chips is set to plunge by about 40% sequentially in the fourth quarter of 2010, according to DRAMeXchange. Demand has been shrinking amid increased...

NAND flash spot price posts mild rebound amid poor feedback from new products, says inSpectrum

Nov 19, 16:28

Spot price of multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash chips posted a mild growth this week (November 15-19) as industry players found current prices more competitive as compared to triple-level...

Spot solar cell price falls to US$1.42-1.43

Nov 19, 12:00

Spot price for solar cells has come down modestly from its peak of US$1.45 to US$1.42-1.43, according to industry sources, adding that however, not all first-tier cell makers in Taiwan...

Gigastorage aims for 100MWp in solar wafer capacity in 1Q11

Nov 17, 11:42

Gigastorage is planning to increase ingot growing capacity for solar wafers to 100-120MWp in the first quarter of 2011 from the 50MWp expected for 2010, the company said, adding that...

Panic grips DRAM spot market after sharp price fall at contract market, says inSpectrum

Nov 8, 11:47

Spot price for mainstream DRAM chips in the spot market posted a notable drop in the week November 1-5, as traders/brokers were shocked by a sharp price fall at the contract market,...

November Taiwan solar wafer spot price rises above US$4

Nov 2, 15:14

Six-inch solar wafer spot prices in Taiwan reached US$4.1 in November, up slightly from near US$4 in October. Contract quotes for the month also went up to US$3.8-3.9 from US$3.7-3.8...

Mild price uptick in NAND flash spot market amid new MacBook Air launch, says inSpectrum

Oct 22, 15:51

Traders in the memory spot market finally found a price catalyst this week (October 18-22) – the new Apple MacBook Air, which is equipped with a high-density solid-state disk...

DRAM contract prices continue slide for early October, says DRAMeXchange

Newswatch - Oct 15, 15:23

Contract prices for 2GB DDR3 modules averaged US$31.50 for the first half of October 2010, while same-density DDR2 parts were also quoted at US$31.50 on average, according to DRAMeXchange...

DDR3 spot prices drop below US$2

Newswatch - Oct 13, 12:13

Spot market prices for branded 1Gb DDR3 continued trending downward yesterday (October 12) to close at US$1.99 on average, while effectively tested (eTT) chips were quoted at US$1.74,...

Spot prices for 6-inch poly-Si solar wafers rise to US$4, say Taiwan makers

Oct 11, 10:38

Spot prices for 6-inch solar-grade polycrystalline silicon (poly-Si) wafers have risen to US$4 in small trade volumes due to shortages, and prices may go up further, according to...

DRAM, NAND flash spot prices may see mild rise on inventory replenishments, says inSpectrum

Oct 8, 16:24

A mild price rebound may occur in the memory spot market after the week-long holidays in China, although pressure for downward adjustments will linger, according to inSpectrum.

DDR3 spot prices close near US$2

Sep 21, 15:06

Spot prices for mainstream 1Gb DRAM chips continued trending downward today (September 21), with 1Gb DDR3 traded near US$2, data from DRAMeXchange showed.

Solar-grade wafer spot price on the rise despite price cuts by solar cell makers

Sep 21, 14:43

Solar-grade wafer makers are looking to increase quotes for 6-inch wafers in the spot market from US$3.80 currently to US$4, which represents a more than 30% increase over the past...

Solar cell maker Gintech announces price cuts starting from December

Sep 16, 02:10

Gintech Energy plans to lower its solar cell prices by 5-10% starting from December 2010, according to company chairman Wenant Pan. The announcement has surprised fellow rivals as...

Inventory dumping among traders in Taiwan, says inSpectrum

Sep 3, 15:37

The DRAM spot market saw some traders dumping more inventory to channels during the week (August 30-September 3), resulting in sharper price drops in the white-brand DDR3 segment,...

NAND flash vendors cutting chip prices

Sep 2, 12:27

NAND flash chip vendors are now more willing to lower the prices of their NAND flash parts due to rising inventory levels, according to industry sources, adding that the price of...

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