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Transcend, ADATA, and Silicon Power Have Moderate Sales for Samsung's New Plant

By Vincent Wang
Published: Oct 13,2014

TAIPEI, Taiwan — Samsung Electronics will build a US$14.7 billion semiconductor plant in South Korea, which will be used to construct chips used in mobile devices. However, the third quarter should be a good business period of time for DRAM and NAND firms, but having influenced by Samsung's expansion, Transcend, ADATA, Apacer, and Silicon Power have moderate sales.

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The coming Samsung plant will be the largest of its kind globally, with a focus on DRAM and NAND flash chips, signalling a shift away from mobile processors.

In response of the expansion of Samsung, Chen Jing-hui, Spokesperson of ADATA Technology, said that it has few influence to the market at the time being, “the new plant will sooner do mass production in the second quarter in 2015, it has less influence to the market in two years.

According to an earlier report, Market Analysts said DRAM prices will drop as factories lower costs and gradually adjust production capacity. As a result, DRAM suppliers are expected to still be profitable in 2015.

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