DRAM module maker A-Data Technology again posted a bullish outlook for the DRAM industry and the company anticipates that pricing in the DDR2 segment will regain growth momentum from August on a capacity squeeze coming from the transition to NAND flash production, according to company chairman Simon Chen.Chen explained that leading chipmakers including Hynix Semiconductor and Samsung Electronics are still placing production priority with NAND flash rather than DRAM.
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