Nanya: DDR2 ASP to rise another 10% in March

Nanya Technology is stating that it has observed strong orders from PC OEMs, and the company predicts that its average DDR2 contract price will increase 10% in March, according to company spokesperson and vice president of global sales & marketing Pei-lin Pai. The leading Taiwan-based memory maker claims that its DDR2 ASP (average selling price) has already grown by over 20% since February, with its overall DRAM ASP up 6%, Pai said.

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