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A-Data and Transcend guide war
Post Time:[ 2008-1-9 ]    Pageview: [2089 ]
    Although the two major memory module makers, A-Data Technology and Transcend Information, posted divergent on-year sales trends in 2007, both companies guide that demand for memory products should warm up in January with mild sequential sales growth expected.

A-Data Technology saw its 2007 sales drop by 1.9% on year to NT$43.3 billion (US$1.3 billion). Sales breakdown between DRAM and NAND flash in December was 47% and 53%, respectively. Projecting sales in January, A-Data said demand for memory products is warming up, which should enable monthly sales to either stay flat or post a mild sequential growth accordingly.

While seeing its on-year sales grow by more than 40% for the past two consecutive years, rival Transcend is confident it will see strong sales sustain in January, citing warming up re-stock procurement from China.

Transcend saw its 2007 sales up 43.5% to NT$37.1 billion, despite December sales posted a mild sequential drop amid a decline in sales during the holidays. Sales breakdown between DRAM and NAND flash was 38.2% to 56.1% with the remainder of sales contributed by digital music players, external hard-disk drives and digital photo frames.

Projecting sales trends in the near term, Transcend said prices of both DRAM and NAND flash are hovering in the low ranges. When inventory re-stock procurement from China-based distributors grows, corresponding sales growth is certain, the company added.
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