Samsung Electronics, el mayor fabricante mundial de chips de memorias, invertirá 7 mil millones de dólares en una planta china de semiconductores para satisfacer la creciente demanda de memorias NAND flash usadas en teléfonos inteligentes y otros dispositivos.La inversión se llevará a cabo durante un periodo de tres años y se centrará en su planta en Xi’an, dijo este lunes la compañía con sede en Suwon, Corea del Sur.La fortaleza de Samsung en chips de memoria llevó las ganancias de la...
NAND is used in everything from smartphones to connected appliances, as well as memory cards and flash drives. Samsung had about 41 percent of the NAND market in the March quarter, more than double the 18 percent of Toshiba Corp., which developed the technology, according to data compiled by Bloomberg from IDC. The South Korean company is also the biggest producer of dynamic random access memory, or DRAM, with about 44 percent of sales.
Samsung Electronics Co., the world’s biggest maker of memory chips, will invest $7 billion in a Chinese semiconductor plant to meet growing demand for the NAND flash memory used in smartphones and other devices. The spending will take place over a three-year period and be focused on its plant in Xi’an, the Suwon, South Korea-based company said in a statement Monday.
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