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DRAM and Flash Memory Market 2016 Trends

 Jim Handy     Objective Analysis
  24829      Dec 15, 2015
What 2016 holds for the semiconductor memory: Jim Handy, from Objective Analysis, is back to talk about what he expects to happen in the memory market during 2016. So what does 2016 hold for the semiconductor memory market? You can find out what Jim thinks here. In it, Jim talks about the following topics: Last year’s forecast. NAND flash and the density migration stall. How this cycle is different. DRAM prices. 3D NAND yields and profitability. Why 3D NAND is so difficult. How stalls affect market cycles.
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