NAND flash set for slower growth in 2009, says DRAMeXchange

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NAND flash set for slower growth in 2009, says DRAMeXchange

Bit growth rate in the production of NAND flash chips will be lowered to 93% in 2009, down from the 125% projected for 2008 due to a slow growth in major NAND flash memory applications, according to estimates by DRAMeXchange. Growing NAND flash applications in digital still cameras, handsets, USB drives, and portable media players (PMPs) have helped push bit growth of NAND flash production over the past years, said DRAMeXchange.

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