Taiwan factory fault predicted to hit memory production and increase prices

Tom Wright
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Taiwan factory fault predicted to hit memory production and increase prices

Malfunction in factory set to decrease global production by five per cent

A malfunction in a Taiwanese factory is set to affect the global production of DRAM (dynamic random-access memory) and lead to further price increases, according to market watcher TrendForce. Inotera,...

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