Memory prices to increase

According to DigiTimes, SDRAM prices are expected to go up in the second quarter of this year, following increased demand from handset, LCD TV, and memory card applications. Nicky Lu, CEO and president of SDRAM specialist Etron Technology, says Etron is working with clients to increase contract prices for the second quarter, and that the new prices will become available this month. This could be a good time to invest in memory upgrades, especially for machines with DDR SDRAM, as DDR2 is likely to take up most of the market by the end of the year.
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