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Micron Breaks Ground On New NAND Fab In Singapore

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jerrspud

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"Unless demand by then puts us back to square one." That's the hope. Buying less Samsung products will help the most to bring prices down if that's your concern.
 

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You clearly missed the joke. Why would someone be excited that prices will suck for the next few years? Also, you're being silly if you think not buying Samsung products will matter. If you buy zero products with a Samsung logo on the outside, you're still buying products with Samsung NAND inside. Samsung will still sell every bit of NAND they produce.

NAND capacity is the problem, hence my post.
 

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I think the amount of RAM on the mobile phones will double in a couple of years, so the price might be high still, but definitely should be lower than it is now. The problem with the PC ram is that it's not the main market anymore, now the majority of production is focused on the mobile segment, thus increasing the prices and slowing the development for the PC RAM. UNFORTUNATELY.
 
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