Why a Revival in the DRAM Market Will Benefit Micron the Most

As we saw in the previous parts of this series, lower average selling prices (or ASP) and flat volume growth for DRAM (dynamic random-access memory) led to the fall in Micron’s (MU) DRAM revenues in fiscal 3Q15. The fall in DRAM revenues impacted the company’s overall revenues, since DRAM contributes >60% to overall revenues. In 2014, worldwide semiconductor revenue grew 7.9% on a year-over-year basis to $339.8 billion, as reported by Gartner.

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