October 2006
Electronics Weekly;10/18/2006, Issue 2261, p27
Trade Publication
The article reports that the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) has started an anti-trust investigation into price-fixing in the SRAM business. Samsung, the world's largest supplier of SRAMs, has been served with a subpoena by the DoJ. The second biggest SRAM vendor, Toshiba, has not made any comment. The SRAM market is much smaller than the DRAM market and estimated to be only $2.05bn in 2005.


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