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Memory chipmaker Micron Technology – still riding high on the announcement that its on-package memory will bolster Intel's "Knights Landing" processor – has announced what appear to be cheery results today. Its fiscal 2014 quarter revenues were $3.98bn, 3 per cent lower than the second quarter of fiscal 2014 but a whopping 72 …

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  1. Abacus

    "More Better?"

    Yuck.

  2. GBE

    Oddly chosen URL for the article

    The URL is

    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/06/24/microns_third_quarter_revenues_disappoint/

    yet from the article:

    "Micron Technology – ... – has announced what appear to be cheery results today."

    "Net income was a pleasing $806m compared to just $43m a year ago."

    "Micron's own-branded SSD revenue was 20 per cent of the flash revenue – a 60 per cent plus growth rate from the second quarter."

    "Micron said demand for PC DRAM was more better than initially expected."

    If that's dissappointment, sign me up for some!

  3. OmgTheyLetMePostInTheUK

    'Tis amazing how "'econmoies' of scale" help the bottom lines of companies.

  4. OmgTheyLetMePostInTheUK

    econmoies of scale.

    'Tis amazing how 'econmoies' of scale help a companies bottom line.

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