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Memory market: current situation

The situation on the global RAM market, if not critical, then at least very unstable.

On the Taiwanese exchanges, the demand for RAM is now very low, almost zero – the average order volume is 20-50
thousand units. In Europe and the United Kingdom, warehouses are overcrowded, in the United States and Asia, apparently, too, the volume of production is almost double the demand for memory.

News and analytical agencies are reporting constant price reductions and prices are expected to fall another 10% by the end of the month. All this cannot but worry and testifies to the general weakness of the market and the fact that another crisis of overproduction begins, which the DRAM eXchange analysts have long feared.

Despite the fact that spot prices jumped sometimes during the month (this coincided with the moment distributors replenished their warehouses), there has been a slow decline in DRAM spot prices since mid-March. In addition, most analysts agree that contract prices will also fall in the near future, but not much – it depends on the volume of supplies determined by the manufacturers. The price can change slowly and smoothly if producers control the output, and change more chaotically and spontaneously if producers fear overflow of warehouses and start a quick sale.

In the meantime, contract prices are falling, and will fall in the near future due to a weak spot market, but will probably not fall below spot prices, continuing the longest period of prevalence of contract prices over spot prices in history.

The expansion of production capacity by some companies (Nanya will double its production capacity, and the 12-inch Powerchip Semiconductor (PSC) and ProMOS Technologies factories will reach full capacity) looks rather strange against the backdrop of the upcoming second quarter, which is traditionally a very quiet and calm season.

Meanwhile, another Taiwanese memory manufacturer, Winbond, is breaking off relations with Toshiba and Fujitsu in search of better partners and plans to work with Infineon Technologies to develop 0.11 micron DRAM technology. Of course, they will not make serious competition with Micron, but they will try. Now, however, with the acquisition of Hynix, Micron will be able to fight price declines much more effectively, as the company will now control 40% of the computer memory market and push the traditional leader – Samsung to second place.

Source: Ak-Cent Microsystems

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