NAND Looking to Get Out From Under – Resist and Multiply
The 1Q14 numbers for the NAND flash memory market came out at the end of May showing a 6.6% drop in revenue across branded suppliers, according to DrameXchange. Based on what we reviewed last month, this was to be expected. Slow sales of mobile devices due to seasonality contributed to most of the decline. Selling prices also fell significantly across the market, dissolving some of the manufacturers’ hopes of larger profits with shipment growth increases and manufacturing cost reductions. However, there may finally be some optimism in the near future.
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China's Mobile Expansion Driving Sales and Supply Chain Opportunities
Last week, June 11-13, was a record-breaking GSMA event, Mobile Asia Expo (MAE) in Shanghai, China. On the heels of COMPUTEX and GSMA's March Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, it is little wonder that attendance was up for this important event focused solely on the mobile sector, particularly being held in China, the leading emerging market adopter for smartphones and new mobile connections; over 26,000 unique visitors attended the largest mobile industry event in Asia.
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