Samsung may increase SLC NAND flash prices by 10%

  • Samsung Electronics is planning to increase its NAND flash contract prices in the second half of September due to tight supply, with the single-level-cell (SLC) segment likely to see a 10% rise, according to sources with memory module makers.

    Citing one example, the sources said the current spot price for 8 Gb SLC chips is $19, which is higher than the contract prices Samsung set in the first half of September.

    More here at DigiTimes.

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