Adata Finds Way to Post Double Digit Revenue Growth in Disastrous DRAM Market

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I have been following these stories on dram prices for some time and it looks like there is an issue between the suppliers/retailers on cost. not on the consumer end

our prices are about right, witht he increased effieciences and economies of scale the cost of dram to the end user should not be in the 150 -200  dollar range- which is what it would seem if you read a lot of the articles.

so it appears that the cost is probably 8 gigs for about 10 dollars US to a retail who then sells same for 76 US.

Cutting production would drive price up on the supply side- but also way up on the consumer side- as the retailer protects that hefty markup

In reality I think there needs to be a renegotiation with the big retailers with thier contracts- which are still based on thier former power positions when they were selling lots of units

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