Samsung to slow down memory growth to stem price drops


Samsung intends to slow the rate of growth in the production of memory chips to prevent price drops. Bloomberg reports.

According to agency sources, initially by the end of the year, the manufacturer expected to increase the supply of DRAM and NAND by 20% and 40%, respectively, but the drop in demand forced the company to reconsider its plans. Now we are talking about a 30 percent increase in the production of flash memory and less than 20 percent growth in the production of RAM chips.

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