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re: NAND flash sales fell 7% in 2012
resistion   2/12/2013 3:04:16 AM
Yes you're right, and the funny thing is it was reported by the same source isuppli

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re: NAND flash sales fell 7% in 2012
B20   2/12/2013 12:08:32 AM
It is my understanding that most NAND suppliers report their sales to WSTS. In recent weeks, EE Times reported that the WSTS (and other research organizations) had the NAND market growing 4% in 2012. Call me skeptical but it seems a bit of a stretch to conclude the NAND market declined 7%—and to say it declined that much primarily because a the small Ultrabook market never materialized. Just sayin...

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re: NAND flash sales fell 7% in 2012
resistion   2/11/2013 10:32:46 AM
The slips of big NAND consumers like Apple and SSDs make quite a big impact.

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re: NAND flash sales fell 7% in 2012
daleste   2/7/2013 2:59:40 AM
Down 7% for last year, but the next 4 years looks like good growth if the chart is to be believed.

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