Semico: Maybe Spansion Did Surpass Intel in Flash

December 2003
Electronic News;12/15/2003, Vol. 49 Issue 50, pN.PAG
Trade Publication
Reports on the acknowledgement by Semico Research Corp. that it might have been mistaken when it took issue with the assertion that Spansion had surpassed Intel Corp. in flash revenues in the third quarter of 2003. Claims of Semico that Spansion and Samsung had not surpassed Intel in terms of flash revenue, as asserted by another research company, iSuppli Corp; Argument of Semico director of nonvolatile memory Jim Handy, on the difference between the products manufactured by Samsung and Intel; Computation of the market shares of the companies in 2003.


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