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Micron results: What analysts are saying

12/23/2010 09:37 PM EST
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Robotics Developer   12/28/2010 2:27:15 AM
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I can remember DRAM / memory prices fluctuating quite significantly during the 1980s and for a number of decades (while I paid attention to sort of thing). I also remember how strongly the dollar / yen ratios affected a number of IC prices. Given the continued growth of devices that require memory, I would imagine that there will continue to be a need for reliable, low-cost memory devices of all kinds. One thing that I did not see addressed by the analysts is the effect on supply/demand that the world economy is having. That must be a most significant factor in memory prices and profits.

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yalanand   12/27/2010 6:08:58 AM
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Any idea how the recent fab opened by Micron in Singapore is going to affect the reveneue patttern for this company going ahead ?

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Kinnar   12/25/2010 5:48:53 PM
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The market is really becoming very volatile, that is also true for memory, there are many different kind of memories going to come up now, TRAM, ZRAM, TTRAM, FeRAM, MRAM, PRAM, SONOS, NRAM and there might a few that I am missing, out of this it will always showing many ups and downs. Lets wait and watch...who lives and who...

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