Elpida and Micron reportedly shift resources to parts for mobile devices

Micron Technology plans to increase total production capacity for NAND flash memory devices at its Singapore wafer fabrication plant from 180,000 wafers to 200,000, shifting the capacity away from DRAMs, market observers said. Elpida Memory, which Micron is in the process of acquiring, reportedly will increase production capacity for mobile DRAMs at its 12-inch wafer fab in Hiroshima, Japan, as the two memory chip makers devote more capacity to parts for smartphones and tablet computers.

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