DRAM makers see Vista delay having minimal impact

With Microsoft announcing a delay for its rollout of the consumer version of its Windows Vista operating system (OS), some analysts have already posted concerns about the profitability of DRAM makers.

However, although Taiwan-based DRAM makers had identified the memory-hungry Vista as being a key driver for DRAM demand this year, they are now saying that the impact of the delay will be minimal, according to comments from Nanya Technology and ProMOS Technologies.

More here at DigiTimes.

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