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Toshiba reportedly bows out of Elpida bidding

4/5/2012 08:47 PM EDT
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resistion   4/6/2012 4:56:58 PM
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Hynix now has deeper pockets, thanks to its new host SK Group. It's analogous to Taiwan's Nanya. It might give advantage over Micron in the bidding. So Intel has to back Micron in the bid, otherwise be responsible for SK suppression of Micron in DRAM.

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re: Toshiba reportedly bows out of Elpida bidding
Wooooooooom   4/6/2012 3:56:51 PM
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Why would an investment firm want to put money into the DRAM business?

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