A slow DRAM season means cheap prices for consumers as companies try to push out existing stock and cut their losses on the DRAM they already purchased.
“A combination of the slow season for DRAM and weak demand from China, Europe and US has led prices to follow a downward trend. On top of weak demand, DRAMeXchange is also seeing an increased shift from DDR production to DDR2. Major suppliers for both DRAM and NAND flash are also bundling DRAM with NAND flash to increase their DRAM sales. “