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Old 25th June 2007, 09:42   #1
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Default DRAM contract price stops falling in 2H June

The continuous drop in the price of DRAM seems to have ended with the flattish sequential contract price recorded in the second half of June. Besides a gradual pick up in demand, DRAM makers who aggressively transitioning to 70nm production, which resulted in a prolonged cycle time, are major reasons that prices held firm.

Some PC OEMs are already in talks with DRAM makers over long term supplies to fulfill a demand pick up during the back-to-school season, DRAMeXchange said. Nanya Technology even raised its quotes for selective PC OEMs, said company spokesperson and vice president of global sales and marketing Pei-lin Pai, according to Taiwan-based Chinese-language media.
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