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Global DRAM contract price increases by 3-8% in Q1 in 2021

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Industry chain people and suppliers have previously said that after the decline in the second half of last year, the contract price of DRAM will start to rise in the first quarter of this year, and will continue to rise in the second quarter. In the latest report, the research institute said that the increase of PC DRAM contract price in the second quarter will be much higher than that in the first quarter.

According to the Research Institute’s report, the contract price of global PC DRAM rose by 3% – 8% in the first quarter, and it is expected to rise by 13% – 18% in the second quarter, which is significantly higher than that in the first quarter.

PC DRAM contract prices continued to rise in the first and second quarters, due to strong demand and relatively low supply.

The research institute said in the report that the demand for PC DRAM in the terminal market is still strong, and the demand for data center applications has also begun to pick up. However, in terms of supply, major DRAM suppliers are still cautious about increasing additional capacity, resulting in limited global DRAM supply growth.

At the same time, the inventory level of PC DRAM buyers is relatively low, about 4-5 weeks. Driven by the expected price rise, they will continue to stock up. In addition, PC manufacturers and brand suppliers are generally optimistic about this year’s shipment volume, and have raised their production target for this year, resulting in increased demand for DRAM.

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