Get used to less supply and higher prices for DRAMs, says Micron Technology CEO Mark Durcan. "We believe the DRAM industry wafer capacity will be down in both 2013 and 2014 and process technology upgrades are being stressed out, thereby reducing supply growth compared to historical trends," he told financial analysts. DRAMeXchange noted that the average selling contract price of 4-gigabit DDR3 DRAM modules hit $23 early this month, an increase of 15% from the prior month and up 46% from November.

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