Supply of high-density NOR flash said to be tight

In addition to supply trailing demand for low-density parts, the NOR flash memory market is experiencing tight supply of high-density parts (above 8 Mbit) from the two leading makers, Intel and Spansion, and the situation is not expected to ease until the first quarter of 2006, according to industry players.

Supply of low-density NOR flash chips including 4Mbit and 8Mbit parts has been lagging behind demand for the past few weeks, buoyed by surging consumer electronics demand, the sources noted.

More here at DigiTimes.

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