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NAND flash market surged in Q4

3/28/2013 03:14 PM EDT
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sprite0022
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re: NAND flash market surged in Q4
sprite0022   3/29/2013 6:26:39 AM
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na, fools, samsung 's china fab will start oping later this year. they ll fill up the gap.

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daleste   3/29/2013 3:09:11 AM
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If they keep the capacity low, competitors will come in and take the excess.

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geekmaster   3/28/2013 4:35:28 PM
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Not surprising! NAND makers cut adding capacity! See Sandisk, Toshiba, Samsung etc. The question is how long memory makers can go on like this when demand keeps growing.

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