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Stability at last in DRAM market?

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11/12/2012 06:11 PM EST

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sprite0022
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re: Stability at last in DRAM market?
sprite0022   11/15/2012 8:46:16 AM
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yeah, i forget, it still keep half of Utah output...

cook450
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cook450   11/14/2012 1:33:06 AM
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Intel is in the Nand business. JV with Micron.

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sprite0022   11/13/2012 12:14:03 AM
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if intel keeps loosing cpu business, it might enter-reenter Nand business. keep it noted...

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resistion   11/12/2012 9:42:42 PM
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Mobile DRAM is portrayed here as a niche, when actually it has big risk of becoming the next commodity.

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