Concise Analysis of the International and Chinese Memory Industry
DUBLIN, Mar. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ –Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/dcbbq9/global_and) has announced the addition of the “Concise Analysis of the International and Chinese Memory Industry” report to their offering.
Since memory industry entered the stable phase in 2012, market competition has been eased considerably. Yet technical barriers and capital requirement have significantly risen. So there is no possibility of new player’s appearing. Investment in capacity expansion has been reduced to a large extent. Balance of supply and demand is achieved and there even occurs short supply during peak season. Profit of memory companies embarks on a steep rising trend. Memory industry will get rid of the stage of fierce competition and consistent deficit, and usher in a new period for rich and stable profit.
2Gb DDR3 DRAM was priced only USD0.83 in Dec. 2012, but USD1.5 at the end of Apr. 2013, a jump of 80%. The price reached even up to USD1.96 in May, but dropped slightly in July, the slack season, yet still remained around USD1.8. 2Gb DDR3 DRAM is primarily used for PC. In 2013Q1, global PC demand fell by 14%, and PC DRAM output was down 25%. Monthly PC DRAM Wafer Capacity got just 270,000. That is to say, although PC DRAM price got increased, output didn’t stop declining.
Key Topics Covered:
1 Global Semiconductor Industry
2 Memory Market
3 Memory Industry
4 Memory Vendors
5 Memory Packaging and Test Vendors
-- A-DATA -- Apacer -- ChipMOS -- FATC -- Hana Micron -- Kingston -- Macronix -- Micron -- Nanya Technology -- PTI -- Ramaxel Technology -- SK Hynix -- STS Semiconductor -- Samsung Electronics -- Sandisk -- Spansion -- Toshiba -- Transcend -- Walton Advanced Engineering -- Winbond
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