SSD prices just fell and SK Helix’s $60 billion deal to buy Intel’s flash memory business was bad

Double ELEVEN Did you buy memory or SSD? I believe that many friends have been attracted by this wave of memory, SSD attractive prices, but if willing to wait, may be more economic savings. At least according to the forecast given by DRAMeXchange, DRAM and NAND flash memory chips will be slow to cut prices by the end of the year, and there is little chance of a rise.

At the same time, Digitimes quoted sources as saying that because of the slump in flash memory, SSD products,SK Hynix recently acquired Intel Flash, SSD and other businesses, also said bad.

Shortly before, Intel suddenly announced that it would sell its NAND flash memory business toSK Hynix for $9 billion ($60.1 billion), an industry uproar.

SSD prices just fell andSK Hynix's $60 billion deal to buy Intel's flash memory business was badSSD prices just fell andSK Hynix's $60 billion deal to buy Intel's flash memory business was bad

The criticism is thatSK Hynix has lost money. As it is hard to say when the flash memory business will go, there is more criticism ofSK Hynix, which may affect the mood ofSK Hynix shareholders.

It is reported thatSK Hynix’s acquisition also needs to obtain the approval of shareholders, regulatory authorities, and ultimately can not go into business, it is still a lot to say. Of course, for Intel, there’s definitely a way to get rid of the baggage.

SSD prices just fell andSK Hynix's $60 billion deal to buy Intel's flash memory business was bad