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9/7/2012 10:22 AM EDT
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mjaidle
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mjaidle   9/13/2012 1:58:28 AM
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I guest NAND market will end up like DRAM too but in different way. BTW innovative products is not good enough without proper marketing.

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resistion   9/8/2012 4:33:08 AM
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Are new process nodes available soon?

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geekmaster   9/7/2012 7:52:36 PM
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I think this may also fit into SEMI's latest prediction for increasing NAND activity especially in 2013.

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mcgrathdylan   9/7/2012 6:17:02 PM
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Here we go again. I guess Toshiba will fire back up production and we'll be back to oversupply in a few weeks.

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