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Electronics Production | September 26, 2006

NAND flash market shows signs of life

The NAND flash market has finally started showing signs of life, and prices are now increasing across the board. In response, the Taiwan distributor for SanDisk, Zenitron, is contemplating adjusting its quotes to reflect the rising costs.
After almost half a year of continued price drops, contract prices for mainstream NAND flash chips are now rebounding, with 4Gbit single-level cell (SLC) parts enjoyed the largest sequential growth of 8.56% at US$7.10 on September 21, according to figures posted by DRAMeXchange. Although 1Gbit SLC NAND chips still suffered a price drop, the rate of drop has narrowed down to 2%, compared with a 7.64% in the first half of September.

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