TrendForce: System Product Prices Remain Steady, Branded NAND Flash Manufacturers’ Revenue Rises by 8.8% in 3Q13
According to DRAMeXchange, a research division of TrendForce, the NAND Flash manufacturers’ Q3 revenues have remained on a steady uptrend despite the absence of any obvious upward pricing movements in the third quarter. This is mainly attributable to the limited growth in the NAND Flash vendors’ output as well as the steady rise of smartphone and tablet products, a trend which enabled eMMC and Client SSD contract prices to remain relatively unchanged from Q2. The Q3 revenues of the branded NAND Flash manufacturers, all in all, amount to US$ 6.281 billion, an 8.8% increase compared the previous quarter and a growth of 35% from 3Q12.
Looking specifically at the branded NAND Flash manufacturers’ rankings, Samsung’s revenues have reached US$ 2.413 billion in Q3, which gives it 38.4% of the market and allows it to remain in first place; Toshiba is second on the list with a revenue of approximately US$ 1.812 billion and 28.9% of the market; SK Hynix is third with a revenue of $US 883 million and 14.1% market share; Micron’s revenues arrived at approximately US$ 697 million; Intel is at fifth place with a revenue of US$ 475 million and 7.6% market share.
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Tech product and service forecasts adjusted down.
North American enterprise client sentiment conservative
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Michael Horsch Fizz
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CALL TO ACTION Repeal of the Tech Tax In Massachusetts.
As posted by MASSTLC’s Tom Hopcroft, President & CEO, MASSTLC
Dear Tech Executives,
There is significant momentum growing behind a repeal of the tech tax and we need your help over the next 24 hours to keep the pressure high as lawmakers contemplate the path forward.
Last week, I participated with our Legislative leadership in the Governor’s Tech Tax Summit, and can report that our messages are being heard. Today, we applaud Governor Patrick’s leadership as he adds his voice to the call for ending the new tech tax. This is a critical time for the tech community to demonstrate overwhelming support for repeal as the legislature considers the issue. We need you to make your voice heard now – whether or not you have previously sent a communication.
CALL TO ACTION - Please contact your legislators within the next 24 hours to urge repeal of this tax. You can use our online advocacy tool to send a letter or call them directly. We have uploaded new alert text that you can personalize for your company’s situation.
Tom Hopcroft, President & CEO, MASSTLC
THANK YOU MASSTLC for spearheading this effort. Michael
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FCI and GLG clients may schedule consults now to review Tech Spending performance and trends.
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