LCD TV demand helps stabilize low-density SDRAM spot prices

Strong LCD TV demand this year has helped hold spot prices for 64 Mbit (2 Mbit x 32) SDRAM 200 remain relatively stable, as compared to other commodity DRAM prices, according to industry sources.

According to figures consolidated from DRAMeXchange, the spot price of 64Mbit (2 Mbit x 32) SDRAM 200 peaked at US$1.98 in January but plunged to the US$1.3 level in June before climbing back up since then.

More here at DigiTimes.

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