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Saturday November 30, 2013

Global NAND Flash Output Predicted to Rise 13% in 2014

DRAMeXchange has predicted that due to stabilizing NAND chip pricing and higher demand for solid state drives in PC’s and mobile devices, NAND output will rise dramatically for the second straight year.

Among all applications, demand for SSDs are set to enjoy to the highest growth in 2014 consuming 25% of the total NAND flash chips shipped compared to 13% in 2013

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