SAMSUNG TELLS DELL & HP TO GET LOST

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SAMSUNG TELLS DELL & HP TO GET LOST

 user 2007-06-06 at 2:09:00 pm Views: 43
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    Samsung tells Dell, HP to get lost
    DRAM prices so weak, manufacturers panic
    June 2007
    PRICES OF DRAM continue to plummet and now, according to a report on
    Digitimes, Samsung has told large PC multinationals they’re not getting
    any more, full stop.The report, if true, demonstrates the depths to
    which DRAM prices have sunk during this year, despite the false promise
    proffered to the industry by Microsoft Vista. Presumably Samsung would
    rather store the DRAM chips itself, rather than have the original
    equipment manufacturers buy low and wait for a rebound in
    prices.Digitimes claimed today that Samsung told HP and Dell they
    couldn’t have more DRAM because the two multinationals are pushing the
    Dramurai for even lower prices. Last week we reported that
    manufacturers of memory were selling products at below cost price.The
    same wire claims that Hynix and Nanya are perfectly happy to give more
    DRAM modules to Dell and HP if Samsung is being snotty about it.