DRAM maker South Asia Technology’s revenue fell in August from a year earlier.

September 7 news, according tomedia reports, in the previous report,media quoted industry chain sources as saying that due to falling demand, DRAM and NAND flash memory manufacturers’ average inventory, has been close to four months, in July earlier,media pointed out that if the second half of smartphone sales are disappointing, memory chip prices will fall. In the latest developments, memory chip makers’ performance has begun to suffer, with DRAM maker South Asia Technology’s revenue in August falling somewhat year-on-year.

DRAM maker South Asia Technology's revenue fell in August from a year earlier.

Revenue in August was T$4.87bn, or $166m, according to south Asia’s technology website.

In terms of revenue reported by South Asia’s technology website, their revenue in August fell to a certain extent year-on-year, with a more pronounced year-on-year decline.

South Asia’s technology revenue in July was T$4,907m, down NT$37m in August, down 0.75 per cent from a year earlier, and T$5,222m in August, down T$352m from a year earlier, down 6.73 per cent year-on-year.