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Business Issues: Flash Memory Inventory: when enough is enough.

Posted on: 04-Dec-2008

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Summary

One of the big unanswered questions of this cycle’s upturn was when would flash memory inventory would reach a breakpoint. The data tracking problem centered on the fact that Flash memory is the first true consumable chip. Thus, inventory has to extend all the way to the retail level before it is truly full. With other semiconductors, which are only sold to OEMs, we know this break point is around 1.5 months of billings . . .

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