back to article We'll ask you one more time: Where's our DRAM money?

DRAM supplier revenues plunged in the final quarter of 2018, as have those of NAND suppliers, with both quantity shipped and prices paid dropping, industry analyst DRAMeXChange said. Businessman rocking golden necklace with dollar sign NAND it feels so good to be a gangsta: Only Intel flash revenues on the rise after brutal …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Karma?

    For the price gouging when supply was short.

    1. Roj Blake Silver badge

      Re: Karma?

      You don't seem to understand how supply and demand works with respect to commodity prices.

      1. Anonymous Coward
        Anonymous Coward

        Re: Karma?

        No, I understand perfectly how it works. That doesn't mean it's right or sensible, as one end of the chain is always in a bad place. More stable pricing can help all round.

    2. devTrail

      Re: Karma?

      If that's true I suspect they won't care about it anyway. They seem ready to cut production and restart the price gouging once again.

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    When did the DRAM module prices drop, I have not noticed it?

    1. Roj Blake Silver badge

      DIMM prices have certainly come down over the last 3-6 months.

  3. bex

    I for one am glad someone in the DRAM cartel broke ranks and RAM is now at a more sensible price again.

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