The global DRAM market, which has not been good this year, will be even less optimistic next year, with research firms predicting that market growth will hit a new low next year and that the oversupply situation will be even worse. According to reports from foreign media, the research firm expects the global DRAM market to grow by 8.3% next year, the first time in history that it will be below 10%.
However, unlike the record low demand growth rate, research institutions expect the supply of DRAM to grow by 14% next year, much higher than the market size growth rate, which means the oversupply situation will be more serious and the price of DRAM is expected to continue to decline next year.
The oversupply of DRAM will be more serious next year, and the price will continue to decline, which will inevitably affect the performance of related manufacturers.
The foreign media also mentioned in the report that the lower market demand growth prospect will cast a shadow on DRAM manufacturers, and the performance next year is not expected to be optimistic.
In addition, the foreign media also mentioned in the report, that due to inflation continues to suppress consumer demand, resulting in the decline in the price of memory chips, memory chip manufacturers have recently focused on adjusting inventory.