While memory — DRAM/V-NAND/Flash/SSD/NVMe — is just part of a computing device, it is skyrocketing in price with a 30% increase over the last quarter.
DRAM prices have stabilised — at the bottom — after two years of bloodletting. Once 4GB of DDR 3 used to cost US$32.75; it has plunged 62% to $12.50.
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