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Global memory market: the biggest price jump in recent years
At the beginning of the new month, the position on the memory market has not changed. Decline in supplies
DDR SDRAM to the spot market, the beginning of the cycle of modernization of the machine park by organizations,
stocking memory by PC OEMs, increasing NAND flash production
and SDR SDRAM of low density and, as a result of these factors – the lack of mass
dumping memory to the spot market ? will affect pricing not only
in the second half of March, but also in April.
As you already know, Infineon has increased contract prices for the first half of April
by 6%, on average, the contract price for the first two weeks of the month may increase
As of yesterday, the price of 256 Mbit (32×8) DDR400 SDRAM chips
major suppliers grew by 1.27% ? up to $ 5.60, DDR333 – by 1.45% ?
up to $ 5.58, DDR266 – by 5.89% ? up to 5.57%. As you can see, the largest daily
DDR266 SDRAM chips showed growth – demand from Chinese manufacturers remains
still high, resulting in the price difference between DDR266 chips
and no DDR333. The price of markers, 256 Mbit (32×8) DDR266 / 400 Hynix chips slightly
increased – up to $ 5.40 / $ 5.52 / $ 5.53 from $ 5.38 / $ 5.33 / $ 5.33 yesterday but growth slowed down,
which, coupled with a significant increase in the prices of other microcircuits in the spot market and a decrease in
over the last day, the number of transactions concluded makes it possible to assume,
that prices are approaching their “ceiling” and are not supported so much
real demand, how many “third-party factors”. Prices are rising and unbranded
memory – but here the explanation is obvious ? rise in prices for mainstream solutions, deficit
of this memory in the spot market and high prices “pull up” and prices
for the memory of lesser known companies.
Over the past day, the greatest demand among memory modules began to be used
original 256MB DDR333 SDRAM DIMM. In today’s morning auction, the price has risen
for this position decreased and amounted to 0.22% ($ 0.1) – to $ 44.90. But
by $ 1, the price of 256 MB of original DDR400 SDRAM modules increased to 45.50
– apparently, at almost equal prices for DDR333 and DDR400 SDRAM DIMMs in
conditions of a shift in demand towards the latter name, traders nevertheless decided
draw a “price border”.
The price of markers, 256 Mbit (32×8) DDR266 / 333/400 chips increased to $ 5.58/5.58 / $ 5.60
respectively; began to recover and the demand for SDR SDRAM chips (2Mx32 / 4Mx16 / 8Mx16)
– these positions are popular among microcircuits in the spot markets
this type of memory.
According to experts, within the next week the direction of price changes
is not foreseen, although many believe that as we approach the $ 6
mark, the growth rate of prices for both microcircuits and modules will decrease, and will
short-term reductions are possible – already now traders are trying to reduce the amount
deals to a minimum, because they cannot predict how the situation will change
– after all, this is perhaps the largest jump in prices over the past few years.