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30nm DRAM race starts as market tanks

10/14/2010 03:00 AM EDT
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re: 30nm DRAM race starts as market tanks
Dave.Dykstra   10/17/2010 3:57:22 AM
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It appears that memory chips are, as usual, on a rollercoaster as far as supply and demand (and price) are concerned. Since this is pretty much historically the case, should we be surprised? The real issue is how this will impact the move into the future (i.e. 30-nm).

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re: 30nm DRAM race starts as market tanks
unknown multiplier   10/14/2010 1:27:05 PM
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All major DRAM makers have started up NVM efforts, Flash and even Flash replacements, could be a sign.

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