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Thursday, 26 March 2009 11:00

DRAM shortage expected in Q3

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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Says PSC chairman


Frank Huang, the chairman of PSC said at a press conference yesterday how Q3 will see a “substantial” DRAM shortage on the market. The reasons for such a prediction are suppliers’ production cutbacks, coupled with increasing demand.

His estimate is that come June, inventories will become quite light and that the increasing demand is likely to empty them out with no real means of replenishing them in sufficient volumes.

Mr. Huang said how Taiwan’s DRAM chipmakers should seek their own ways to remedy this, adding how PSC won’t be asking for a cash bailout from the government.

More here.

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