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Micron Cuts DRAM and NAND Output to Lessen Price Drops

Rapidly deteriorating demand and falling prices for commodity memory prompted Micron to cut off 3D NAND and DRAM wafers grew 20% quarter over quarter. The company currently expects 3D NAND bit production to increase slightly in the next calendar year, while DRAM bit production is expected to decline in 2023.

To combat slowing demand for 3D NAND and DRAM memory, Micron is reducing wafer starts by approximately 20% compared to the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2022, which ended September 1, 2022. This reduction happens across all technology nodes. Because of Micron’s use of it in mass production, the company is essentially reducing production of virtually every kind of product.

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