And we thought that Rambus was the only one with the bull's-eye. DigiTimes reports on a developing story.
The Taiwan Semiconductor Industry Association (TSIA) is inviting local DRAM firms to meet on September 13 to discuss the possibility that at the beginning of October Micron Technologies may sue Taiwanese and South Korean DRAM firms for dumping.More unrest among memory makers?
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