Shortages Coming for DRAM

July 2006
Electronic News;7/3/2006, Vol. 52 Issue 27, p24
Trade Publication
The article provides information on a report released by DRAMeXchange which showed that shortages are expected in the DRAM market for the second half of 2006, but average selling prices for both 512MByte DDR and DDR2 are expected to stay low in the third quarter. According to the firm contract price of DDR2 512MByte module continued growth momentum in the first two quarters of 2006 and reported a consecutive quarterly growth in the second quarter.


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