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[Techreport.com] NAND prices may rise as Samsung starts making 128GB chips

The popularity of flash memory has risen dramatically in recent years. First, there were MP3 players and thumb drives. Then along came smartphones and tablets. There's been demand from SSDs, too, although they typically use different chips than those employed by mobile devices. Solid-state drives aren't consuming anywhere near as much NAND as mobile devices.

With demand high and no sign of it letting up, flash memory makers may be poised to raise prices. "Industry sources" quoted by DigiTimes expect Samsung, Toshiba, SanDisk, and SK Hynix to increase NAND prices by 10-15% by the middle of November. Such a change ...

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