Samsung power outage destroys 3.5 per cent of global NAND supply - reports

Tom Wright
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Fears raised that 30-minute power outage could drive up memory prices

A power outage in one of Samsung's South Korean factories has reportedly damaged 11 per cent of the vendor's monthly NAND output, causing fears that memory prices could be hiked. The damaged com...

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