Global Sources
EE Times-Asia
Stay in touch with EE Times Asia
EE Times-Asia > Advanced Search > HDD market rebound

HDD market rebound Search results

?
?
total search8 articles
2007-11-13 iSuppli optimistic on HDD market growth in 2H
The HDD market is expressing renewed optimism that business conditions have turned for the better in 2H and will continue to improve into 2008, said iSuppli, which reported that HDD shipments will hit 132.5 million units in Q3
2012-10-01 HDD market seen to recover this year
IHS said HDD shipments in 2012 for the overall computer market, including PCs, are forecast to reach 524.0 million units, up 4.3 per cent from 502.5 million units last year
2008-02-13 Hitachi eyes healthy future for hard drives
Overcoming stiff price wars and competitive upheavals from emerging storage technologies, the hard disk drive sector continues to rebound with renewed optimism. This bodes well for HDD makers such as Hitachi GST
2011-11-30 Weak PC demand drags DRAM price
The ASP of DDR3 4GB dropped by 7.9 percent to $17.5, while DDR3 2GB fell below $10 to $9.5, a 7.3 percent decline.
2010-03-22 IC forecasts: What keeps analysts bullish, worried
Although the signs are positive in the chip sector this year, there are still some concerns. Here are 10 reasons to remain bullishand worriedabout 2010.
2011-03-07 VLSI raises IC growth forecast to 8.9%
While the IC market is projected to grow 8.9 percent in 2011, market analysts see mixed signals, specifically less order activity due to a weak DRAM market and falling LCD panel prices
2012-11-05 Ultrabooks to grow by 30% next year, says analyst
DRAMeXchange forecasted that ultrabook market size may exceed 30 million units in 2013, growing by more than 30 per cent compared this year and accounting for 17 per cent of the notebook market
2011-11-23 IHS cuts 2011 semiconductor forecast
Despite 1.2 percent YoY growth in 3Q11, the increase was less than the 2.9 percent forecast issued in September.
Bloggers Say

Bloggers Say

See what engineers like you are posting on our pages.

?
?
Back to Top