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Report: Elpida in merger talks with Micron, Nanya

1/24/2012 01:03 AM EST
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re: Report: Elpida in merger talks with Micron, Nanya
resistion   1/24/2012 1:23:16 AM
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A tie-up only buys time. The operational efficiency would get more difficult, so the composite entity ultimately will not last.

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re: Report: Elpida in merger talks with Micron, Nanya
Gil Russell   1/25/2012 6:41:50 PM
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To bad you missed Elpida's ReRAM announcement.

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resistion   1/26/2012 1:19:27 AM
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Just saw it come out after this article. Is it supposed to encourage the merger?

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resistion   1/26/2012 7:04:54 AM
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Surprised Intel hasn't stepped in to prevent the disappearance of Elpida. Elpida's plan only weakens Micron further, and still not enough to save it. Elpida's market share of DRAM will go to Samsung/Hynix very soon. Maybe Elpida should visit Intel for help.

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