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Y2K versus Today: Where are we in the Electronics Cycle? Another DRAM blowout?

Posted on: 09-Aug-2010

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Worry about electronics overdoing it like they did in Y2K. After all, the industry is growing far faster than it did back then. Here’s a comparison. As Y2K peaked, planned capacity additions were half of all existing capacity at the time versus about a fifth today. Of course, the real cause for concern is if this year’s planned additions continue to grow. In fact, a big chunk of current plans are centered on memories and the problem is dominantly in DRAMs …

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