Future Prospects of Memory and Storage - TrendForce Compuforum 2014

With traditionally slow demand in the first quarter, an increasing number of Chinese white box brands are accumulating more inventory and starting to experience a noticeable slowdown in their tablet and smartphone shipments.With an increase in DRAM output (Samsung moving to 25nm technology, Micron moving to 30nm technology, and SK Hynix’s Wuxi fab recovering) TrendForce maintains its previous outlook – the DRAM price trend is expected to show a slow decline that will ease as the peak sales season approaches.

Suppliers will have to rely on technology migration to improve profitability, while staying on the same page to maintain supply levels. DRAM industry value may continue to rise in 2014.

This one-day forum is a unique opportunity for attendees to meet and share information with decision makers’ face-to- face, and gain knowledge and inspirations from the speakers. By networking with business leaders from memory storage industry and module houses, attendees will have the opportunity to generate more businesses and develop a long lasting partnership.

Date : June 5th, 2014
Time : 09:30-12:00
Location : Nangang Exhibition Hall Conference Room 504, Taipei, Taiwan
Language: English (Simultaneous interpretation is not available)
Fee: Free Admission- Registration needs to be approved by TrendForce. (Evaluation process will start on May 5th)


TrendForce is a global provider of market intelligence, in-depth analysis and consulting services. TrendForce consists of 4 major research divisions – DRAMeXchange, WitsView, LEDinside and EnergyTrend which cover research sectors including DRAM, NAND Flash, PC, LCD display, LED, and green energy. Additional information can be found at www.trendforce.com




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