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DRAMs are hot, but NAND is not

5/10/2010 09:00 PM EDT
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george.leopold
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re: DRAMs are hot, but NAND is not
george.leopold   5/11/2010 6:15:40 PM
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I agree

Johnxhf
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re: DRAMs are hot, but NAND is not
Johnxhf   5/11/2010 2:47:28 AM
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As of the basic market principle, price fluctuation follows the supply and demand relation. One intrestring story behind this rule and the flagging pricing for the Nand flash market is that Apple manipulates the prices by asking for very large volume from its suppliers. And this cause mutiple vendors to ramp up the production in anticipation of large orders. It gets Apple very nic price but leaves manufacturers with a glut of flash chips. Hope the growth up of Android and replacment of traditional harddisk by SSD can leverage the market and make Apple stragety less tenable in the future.

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