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Intel-ST memory venture: A flash in the pan?

Intel-ST memory venture: A flash in the pan?
3/30/2009 09:00 PM EDT
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re: Intel-ST memory venture: A flash in the pan?
CLiHsing   4/4/2009 6:13:42 PM
The NOR flash industry is mature and not growing (or hardly growing). That means it's time for consolidation. Numonyx should merge with some of its competitors such as Spansion. One of the worst things that could happen would be for Spansion to come out of bankruptcy with debts discharged, refinanced, and ready to compete with Numonyx again.

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