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DRAMeXchange: on the growth of the share of DDR2 and NAND flash memory

According to DRAMeXchange data, production of random-access memory (DRAM) chips in June grew 4% compared to May to 554 million. units in terms of 256-Mbit equivalents. Moreover, the share of DDR memory fell slightly – from 63% to 61%, which is associated with an increase in the share of DDR2 production, which increased to 30%.

A decrease in the release of DDR memory against the background of stable and even slightly growing demand is gradually leading to a shortage of this type of memory, and, as DRAMeXchange predicts, this state of affairs will continue until the beginning of the fourth quarter. Powerchip Semiconductor and ProMOS are leading in the DDR2 memory segment, whose share in total production may reach 45% by the end of the year.

DRAM production in the world:
Month
Quantity, million. units in terms of 256-Mbit
Change from the previous month
January
448.8

February
471.0
4.95%
March
509.7
8.22%
April
516.4
1.31%
May
531.8
2.83%
June
554.2
4.21%
DDR to DDR2 release ratio:
Month
DDR, million. units in terms of 256-Mbit
Share in total production
DDR2, million. units in terms of 256-Mbit
Share in total production
January
317.3
70.69%
75.8
16.89%
February
327.45
69.52%
87.8
18.64%
March
345.31
67.75%
106.1
20.82%
April
337.36
65.33%
121.1
23.45%
May
336.8
63.33%
134.9
25.37%
June
335.6
60.56%
152.7
27.56%

Despite the fact that the production of DRAM chips, as it is easy to see, is constantly growing, the spot prices for RAM and flash memory of the NAND architecture continue to rise. As we reported last week, this is due to the fact that two Korean manufacturers (Samsung and Hynix) have reduced their chip supply to the spot market, and Samsung has already announced a price increase for its 256MB modules to $ 24. A further decline in the share of DDR memory production, according to DRAMeXchange short-term forecasts, will lead to an increase in prices for 256-Mbit (32Mx8) chips to $ 2.75-2.85. There has also been a reported shortage of eTT- (effectively tested) chips, pushing the price of these chips to $ 2.49.

For NAND flash, spot prices are expected to rise from mid-July as distributors and resellers begin to actively squeeze out surplus. Currently, the shortage is observed only in the 2-Gbit and 512-Mbit segments of microcircuits.