Still no good news on the DRAM front
Subject: General Tech | September 22, 2017 - 02:05 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: DRAM, Samsung, SK Hynix, micron
The change process technology continues to have a negative effect on DRAM supplies and according to the story posted on Electronics Weekly there is no good news in sight. The three major vendors, Samsung, SK Hynix and Micron are all slowing production as a result of new fabs being built and existing production lines upgraded for new process technology such as EUV. This will ensure that prices continue to slowly creep up over the remainder of this year and likely into 2018. Drop by for more information on the challenges each are facing.
"While overall DRAM demand will remain high in 2018, new fabs being planned will not be ready for mass production until 2019 at the earliest."
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