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DRAM and Flash Memory Market 2017 ... with Jim Handy

 Jim Handy     Objective Analysis
  9575      Jan 17, 2017
Jim Handy, from Objective Analysis, is back to talk about what he expects to happen in the memory market during 2017. 2016 turned out to be a rough year: BRIC buying power remained low. PC sales didn’t turn up until Q3, while the cell phone market was similarly impacted. Production was slightly above reduced demand. Prices remained soft despite the stalled 3D ramp.  Anticipated shortages didn’t develop until late in the year. So what does 2017 hold for the semiconductor memory market? You can find out what Jim thinks here.
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