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Semiconductor Memories: DRAM First Estimates for 2008 Market Share Standings. Be prepared to pay more for memory in 2009

Posted on: 04-Jan-2009

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In this issue, I look at what happened with market shares in Dynamic Random Access Memory, or DRAM in 2008. While the DRAM market is not nearly as consolidated as the NAND Flash memory market, the top 4 do hold 78% of the entire market. Now all 4 are capable of sustaining their position as well as Qimonda, if prices can get back to profitable levels. Moreover, only Samsung, Micron, and Qimonda have 6f technology, and Qimonda has 4f.

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