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Micron CEO Steve Appleton Dies in Stunt Plane Crash
February 3, 2012
Micron, headquartered in Boise, was founded in 1978 and is a leading maker of DRAM, SDRAM, NAND and NOR flash memory, SSD, and CMOS sensor chips.
RANKING BRANDED NAND FLASH MANUFACTURERS: 2011
News: 9 February 2012
DRAM Exchange has released the 4Q11 sales ranking of branded NAND flash manufacturers, with Samsung taking top share.
The end of 2011 saw the world hit by economic uncertainties stemming from the European sovereign debt issue. While the NAND flash sector retained demand from tablet and smart phone orders, the memory card and flash drive markets were weaker.
The fourth quarter of 2011 also saw the 2xnm-class output portion continue to increase, leading to a drop of the average selling price quarter-on-quarter.
Samsung came in first with US$1,691 million 34.6% market share
Toshiba took second place with US$1,450 million, 29.7% of the market
Hynix came in third with US$669 million, 13.7% of the market.
Micron was fourth at US$648 million, 13.3% of the market
Intel placed fifth with US$430 million, 8.8% of the market.
Overall 2011 sales for NAND Flash branded suppliers was US$20.378 billion. In the entirety of 2011, Samsung was again first place with US$7,594 million, 37.3% market share; Toshiba took second place with US$6,282 million, 30.8% of the market.
Rambus drops $35m for Unity Semiconductor
PC Builder, 7th February 2012 19:01 GMT Unity is involved with CMOX resistive RAM technology, said to combine DRAM speed and NAND non-volatility. It hopes to produce a 1 terabit chip by 2014.