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The workshop was hosted here by the Fabless Semiconductor Association (FSA), the Silicon Integration Initiative (Si2) and the Common Platform of Chartered Semiconductor, IBM and Samsung. The objectives, said Walter Ng, senior director of platform alliances at Chartered, were to reach some alignment” on what is needed, explore possible directions and discuss how the open model effort can proceed.

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The workshop was hosted here by the Fabless Semiconductor Association (FSA), the Silicon Integration Initiative (Si2) and the Common Platform of Chartered Semiconductor, IBM and Samsung. The objectives, said Walter Ng, senior director of platform alliances at Chartered, were to reach some alignment” on what is needed, explore possible directions and discuss how the open model effort can proceed.

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SAN JOSE, Calif. &#151 DRAMs are up and down, but not over and out.

DRAM suppliers are currently in contract” price negotiations with OEMs for the second half of September. Industry participates expect that contract prices will continue to trend upward, because of the expected PC shipment increase in the coming quarter,” according to Gartner Inc.

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Meanwhile, during the week ended Sept. 22, DRAMs were down on the spot market, according to Gartner. DRAM spot prices fell by an average of 0.3 percent from the previous week, standing at $6.67 on a 512-Mbit basis, according to the firm.

Prices were all over the map, from a 2.1 percent decrease for 533-MHz, 512-Mbit versions of DDR2 devices, to up 3.3 percent for 400-MHz, 256-Mbit DDR1 parts.

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DDR2 prices fell amid ample supply in the market, but DDR1 saw some tightness in the channels, the firm said.

Memory merger?

Micron to buy Qimonda? Given Micron's focus on NAND production expansion, the company's DRAM share is expected to decline in 2006,” said analyst Doug Freedman of AmericanTechnology Research.

We would not be surprised by a more aggressive move [by Micron] to acquire the assets of Infineon's memory business in coming months to regain share in the core DRAM market,” he said.

Infineon recently spun-off its memory business, renaming it Qimonda. Or is it Quasimodo?

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