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Taiwan vendors sign-on with Samsung for NAND flash

The average consumer's demand for mobile storage will top 100 GB by 2007 - a five-fold increase from current levels - as a wider variety of consumer electronics applications and richer content become available on the market in the next few years, according to Chang-Gyu Hwang, president of Memory Division, Device Solution Network of Samsung Electronics.

Anticipating the marked increase in demand, several Taiwan-based DRAM module makers recently signed long-term contracts with Samsung to guarantee NAND flash supply, sources indicated. The average consumer's demand for mobile storage will top 100 GB by 2007 - a five-fold increase from current levels - as a wider variety of consumer electronics applications and richer content become available on the market in the next few years, according to Chang-Gyu Hwang, president of Memory Division, Device Solution Network of Samsung Electronics.

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