Recently, NAND Flash prices have begun to rebound as the supply chain tightens the supply of NAND Flash, coupled with the impact of Toshiba’s NAND factory blackouts and the friction of semiconductor materials trade between Japan and Korea.
Some media pointed out that as NAND Flash prices began to rise, memory module maker ADATA informed customers that it would suspend the supply of SSD products.
On July 8, ADATA denied the media reports of the suspension of SSD shipments, and said in response to the current price increase of NAND Flash, SSD products will be supplied in limited quantities, and priority will be given to support existing customers.
ADATA believes that the price drop of NAND Flash has come to an end. It is estimated that the price of NAND Flash will increase by about 10% to 15%, and the price of SSD products will also increase by 10% to 15%. In addition, with the arrival of the peak season and chip manufacturers have delayed and reduced expansion plans, DRAM and NAND Flash price performance is expected to rebound.