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DRAM Chip Prices Rebound

Contract prices for memory products, such as DDR, DDR2, SDRAM and NAND flash, rebounded in July according to manufacturers and suppliers. For the 256-Mbit DDR-400, contract prices went up by 2.3 percent to $ 22 while prices for 512-Mbit DDR-400/333/266 memories went up by 3.3 percent to $ 44. The upward trend for prices is expected to continue until September due to high seasonal demand. Nanya has increased its contract price for 256-Mbit DDR-400 DIMMs by more than 5 percent to $ 23. Samsung has similarly increased its quotes of the segment 20 percent higher than average contract prices. Hynix is also set to raise its price for 16-Mbit SDRAM-166 to $ 0.7 per unit.

Contract prices for memory products, such as DDR, DDR2, SDRAM and NAND flash, rebounded in July according to manufacturers and suppliers. For the 256-Mbit DDR-400, contract prices went up by 2.3 percent to $ 22 while prices for 512-Mbit DDR-400/333/266 memories went up by 3.3 percent to $ 44. The upward trend for prices is expected to continue until September due to high seasonal demand. Nanya has increased its contract price for 256-Mbit DDR-400 DIMMs by more than 5 percent to $ 23. Samsung has similarly increased its quotes of the segment 20 percent higher than average contract prices. Hynix is also set to raise its price for 16-Mbit SDRAM-166 to $ 0.7 per unit.

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