Micron moves to bigger role in digital memory
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Micron moves to bigger role in digital memory

Seoul : South Korea | Jul 02, 2012 at 11:19 PM PDT
Source: The Idaho Statesman
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Its purchase of Elpida Memory Inc., a Japanese chip maker that filed for bankruptcy this year, strengthens its position...A bigger share of the dynamic random-access memory-chip market — chips used in cellphones and computer hard drives. Micron had about 13 percent of the world’s market share; this... FULL ARTICLE AT The Idaho Statesman
 
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