December 2009
Electronics Weekly;12/16/2009, Issue 2411, p7
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the computer memory industry. Hynix Semiconductor Inc. says it will increase its 2010 capex by 130% over 2009 levels with a budget of 2bn dollars. Dynamic random access memory (DRAM) at Micron and Samsung Group is on allocation, in some product areas, while the lead-times on NAND from Intel Corp. are 16 weeks and lengthening.


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