DRAM makers: Dispappointing back-to-school demand

With back to school demand being weaker than expected in the DRAM market, Taiwan-based memory makers, including Nanya Technology, Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC), Inotera Memories and ProMOS Technologies, are now eying the Christmas season, and their outlook is not so jolly.

With reference to DRAM demand trends, Inotera indicated that it is not as optimistic about the market outlook as it was one quarter ago amid the specter of continued high crude oil prices limiting buying incentives, according to company president Charles Kau.

More here at DigiTimes.

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