After a year of falling memory prices, the market has finally reached an inflection point, with memory output rising 4.1 percent to $15.45 billion in a Q3 report published by DRAMxchange, a semiconductor research center owned by Jibang Technology.
Memory prices are still falling, Q3 quarter-on-quarter is still down nearly 20%, the increase in output means that Q3 q3 manufacturers of memory chip shipments in the growth, partly because of smartphones, servers and other areas of demand has rebounded, coupled with manufacturers in order to deal with possible tariff issues, in advance to increase stock, This led to the q3 q3 memory for the first time in a year of month-on-month growth.
Specifically, Samsung remains the world’s largest memory chip maker, with Q3 revenue of $7.12 billion, up 5.0 percent month-on-month, and memory chip bit shipments up 30 percent.
SK Helix earned $4.41 billion in q3 revenue, up 3.5 percent year-on-year and down 0.1 percent from its market share.
Micron was third with $3.07 billion in revenue, up 1.1 percent month-on-month and 19.9 percent of the market, falling below the 20 percent mark for the first time.
The fourth largest memory maker was South Asia Technology, with Q3 revenue of $475 million, up 18.7 percent month-on-month, the largest increase among manufacturers and a 3.1 percent increase in market share.
Further down is Huabang Electronics, Lijing Technology, but revenue is only 156 million, 78 million U.S. dollars, market share within 1%.