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CityChipMan
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CityChipMan   2/8/2012 8:33:31 AM
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I'd be particularly interested to see if Elpida joins in this consolidation - as it is seems to be having a near-death experience at the moment.

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aotearoan   2/8/2012 12:28:40 AM
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"The problem started out as that of vertical integration" - That may be so, but it doesn't seem to have hurt the likes of Samsung, to the point where Apple has seen value in their own silicon design. Rather than vertical integration, I would say that what has hurt Japan's consumer OEMs (and with that their captive silicon houses) is their lack of creativity and commoditization of their products. They could have created their own economies of scale, just as Samsung and Apple did.

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Videobub   2/7/2012 9:02:19 PM
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Fujisonisas?

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