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Published Nov.20 2017,14:08 PM (GMT+8)
DRAMeXchange, a division of TrendForce, reports a growing demand for NAND Flash under the influence of traditional peak season and increasing demand for smartphones and SSD from servers and data centers...
Published Nov.16 2017,14:12 PM (GMT+8)
Revenue of the top three DRAM server suppliers (Samsung, SK Hynix and Micron) rose 25.2% for the third quarter compared with the previous three-month period...
Published Nov.13 2017,18:29 PM (GMT+8)
Revenue of the entire global DRAM industry climbed to a new historic high for the third quarter of 2017, reports DRAMeXchange, a division of TrendForce...
Published Nov.09 2017,14:26 PM (GMT+8)
TrendForce’s latest analysis of the global smartphone market finds that sales are growing again due to the effects of the year-end busy season...
Published Oct.30 2017,18:25 PM (GMT+8)
During the recent two years, limited increase in production capacity and challenges related to technology migration have slowed down the growth of DRAM supply...
Published Oct.17 2017,09:38 AM (GMT+8)
Despite lower-than-expected output caused by certain problems in production lines, Toshiba will be able to deliver its NAND Flash shipments as per the dates and volumes in its fourth-quarter contracts...
Published Oct.12 2017,14:11 PM (GMT+8)
DRAMeXchange, a division of TrendForce, estimates that mobile (LPDDR) DRAM products will see sequentially quarterly price increases in the average range of 10~15% in the fourth quarter of 2017...
Published Oct.05 2017,14:17 PM (GMT+8)
DRAMeXchange, a division of TrendForce, estimates that 96% of all server CPUs shipped worldwide this year will be based on the x86 architecture. On the other hand, the ARMv8 architecture is...
Published Sep.27 2017,14:15 PM (GMT+8)
Demand has exceeded supply in the global NAND Flash market for six consecutive quarters since the third quarter of 2016, according to the latest research from DRAMeXchange...
Published Sep.21 2017,14:11 PM (GMT+8)
Toshiba announced on September 20 that the company has agreed to sell its memory business, Toshiba Memory Corporation (TMC) to a U.S.-Japanese consortium represented by U.S. private equity firm Bain Capita for JPY 2 trillion (USD 18 billion)...
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