After several years of falling prices for DRAM-memory, experts say that now the market has the potential to stabilize and producers a much needed increase in prices for chips, as the market there has been a balance of supply and demand, and the producers do not produce memory such volumes, her to lie around in the warehouse.

According to the company IC Insights, in January 2013 the price of DRAM rose by 13% compared to January 2012. According to Brian Matas, vice president of IC Insights, a similar increase was noted for the first time over the last few years and it is already unusual for the market. “DRAM market in recent years has become extremely volatility. If the market is experiencing saturation, the prices immediately fly down faster pace, but they also lack the minimal grow quickly,” – said Matas.

According to him, the demand for DRAM was quite weak in the past three years, partly due to a fall in demand reduction on the computers themselves. Memory manufacturers historically operated with a minimum income and any fall in prices for them is palpable. On the other hand, the market for computer memory is one of the most dynamic and manufacturers here very quickly adjust prices. Continue reading