Submit 2019.03.22 06:00
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"The experts are good, but from now on they will be true."
Professor Samsung Electronics vice-chair Lee Jae-yong came to fruition. 21st Samsung Electronics (005930)Today, she announced that she has developed a half-million-meter (1-billion-meter) DRAM director who has improved productivity by 20%. In November 2017, after 16 months of the mass production of 10-generator DRAM in the second generation, it over the limit of the final microprocess. Content is better developed by energy efficiency. Work starts on bulk in the second half of this year.
This was the start of the great Samsung gap in January, when President Moon Jae-in and the business leaders were present at the Blue House meeting. At the time, Lee said, "It is not good, but real powers will come from now on." "I think it is frightening for this Samsung to say," said Chey Taeghchu, chairman of the SK Group.
In the half-industry industry, Samsung Electronics interprets the DRAM industry as a key advance in the technology world. This is because worldwide DRAM manufacturers reduce the costs associated with DRAM, such as data centers. DRAM prices fell by almost 30 a year until the end of February.
Micron Technology, the world's third biggest DRAM merchant, said it would reduce the product by keeping a white flag on the market. With DRAM prices faster than expected, the provision was changed. Micron reduces DRAM and NAND flash representation by 5%, contributing to its investment in resources this year to less than $ 9 billion (around 10 trillion won).
"The reduction is the" last step "for semi-distribution companies," said Kim Young-gun, a researcher at Mirae Asset Daewoo Semiconductor. Semiconductor, a high-end industry industry, and DRAM has gone down dramatically, so I think we should be able to change provision aggressively. "
On the 21st, Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix 4.1% and 7.7%, respectively, were nominated for the nomination of Micron. In particular, part of Samsung Electronics (W40.4bn) and SK Hynix (W191.1bn) were partially destroyed by institutional owners. If competitors reduce supply, what is expected to grow will be no greater than those found across the globe.
Experts point out that the world market of the world half will remain unchanged at that time, given market conditions and technological failures. Chinese companies are pushing for half-distributions as a result of government support, but there is a big restriction such as the Chinese trade war and the big technological gap. According to DRAMeXchange, a semi-market market research company, Samsung Electronics has a 43.9% share in the global marketplace as last year. Then SK Hynix and Micron in the USA are followed by 29.5% and 23.5%, respectively.