With Taiwan memory makers ramping DDR2 production, leading memory module maker A-Data Technology admitted seeing tighter supply for DDR in the market this month, according to a Chinese-language Commercial Times report.

Although stressing its solid relationship with Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC), A-Data chairman Simon Chen hinted that supply from PSC is growing tight compared to previous months.

PSC will double its capacity allotment for DDR2 production to 30% in the fourth quarter, according to company president Brian Shieh.

With Taiwan memory makers ramping DDR2 production, leading memory module maker A-Data Technology admitted seeing tighter supply for DDR in the market this month, according to a Chinese-language Commercial Times report.

Although stressing its solid relationship with Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC), A-Data chairman Simon Chen hinted that supply from PSC is growing tight compared to previous months.

PSC will double its capacity allotment for DDR2 production to 30% in the fourth quarter, according to company president Brian Shieh.