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re: Are Intel and Micron parting ways in NAND?
Neo10   10/12/2010 5:14:31 AM
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Still too early to come to conclusion on this. Intel might still need them for the ongoing projects else costs would shoot up.

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re: Are Intel and Micron parting ways in NAND?
resistion   10/9/2010 4:47:39 AM
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Does Intel need the cash for its own capex?

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re: Are Intel and Micron parting ways in NAND?
Helicopter   10/9/2010 2:53:43 AM
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Intel folks made IMFT the leader in NAND tech. Intel SSDs are the benchmark products.Hard to imagine them parting ways. Probably a delayed investment decision.



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