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phoenixdave
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re: Powerchip exits DRAM business
phoenixdave   1/31/2011 6:41:35 PM
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Thinning of the DRAM manufacturer pool is necessary for the overall long-term survival of the DRAM industry. This is a positive step towards that necessity.

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re: Powerchip exits DRAM business
Silicon_Smith   1/31/2011 6:07:55 PM
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DRAM will eventually level out completely. Powerchip just validated all that we have been expecting.

Dave.Dykstra
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re: Powerchip exits DRAM business
Dave.Dykstra   1/31/2011 5:18:21 PM
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Looks like more consolidation in IC manufacturing as well as attempted leveling of the DRAM playing field.



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