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Wednesday, January 05, 2005
Samsung sees a slight DRAM oversupply for 2005


Samsung Electronics expects the global DRAM supply will only outgrow demand by 1 percentage point in 2005 as chipmakers worldwide continue to diversify their product lines.

Samsung predicts the global DRAM supply will grow 45% in 2005, compared to 40% in 2004.

During an analyst conference held by Lehman Brothers last month, Samsung indicated that worldwide DRAM demand will grow 44% in 2005, compared to 42% in 2004, driven mostly by the PC and high-end handset markets.

Samsung's projection is more optimistic than that made by iSuppli, which predicts DRAM supply will outgrow demand by five percentage points.

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