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Highlights of the day: DRAM market to stabilize in 1H21
DIGITIMES staff

The DRAM market will see limited bot growth in 2021, but demand from the 5G and AI segments will be gradually rising. A DRAM supply-demand balance will be achieved in the first half of next year, according the chairman of memory module maker Adata. India has been keen to set up its IT ecosystem by seeking partnerships with Taiwanese firms, according to ELCINA, the association representing India's electronics industries.

In the displays industry, Corning has dismissed media reports claiming it has violated a contract about supply glass to Japanese LCD panel maker SDP.

DRAM market to reach supply-demand balance in 1H21, says Adata chairman: The global DRAM memory market will reach the balance of supply and demand in the first half of 2021, with limited growth in the overall bit supply coupled with a gradual rise in demand arising from the emerging 5G and AI technologies, according to Simon Chen, chairman for Adata Technology.

'IT' partnerships: Q&A with Manik Mumar from ELCINA: India is a huge country, in terms of both its size and its potential as a production base rivaling that of China's. The South Asian country, in its bid to build up a strong ecosystem for the IT industries, has been keen to form partnerships with Taiwanese firms that are well-known for their hardware prowess.

Corning dismisses claims about violating SDP contract: Corning has dismissed allegations that it has violated its contractual obligations to Sakai Display Products Corp (SDP) concerning supply of glass substrates to the Japanese client.

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