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After the downturn in 2023, global semiconductor industry revenue is expected to grow by 16 8% year-on-year in 20
vilsion, Jan, 23, 2024  — After the downturn in 2023, global semiconductor industry revenue is expected to grow by 16.8% year-on-year in 2024, mainly due to the surge in demand for storage chips. It is expected that global semiconductor industry sales will reach $624 billion in 2024, higher than this year's $534 billion. Due to weak demand leading to inventory adjustments, revenue is expected to decrease by 10.9%. The global memory chip market is expected to rebound by 66.3% next year, while it is expected to decline by 38.8% this year due to oversupply issues. NAND flash memory chips are a storage technology that does not require electricity to store data, and their prices are expected to bottom...
Institutions predict that the global memory market will decline by 38 8% in 2023 and rebound by 66 3% in 2024 Th
vilsion, Jan, 15, 2024  — Institutions predict that the global memory market will decline by 38.8% in 2023 and rebound by 66.3% in 2024.   The pricing decline caused by weak demand and large-scale oversupply will lead to a 38.8% decrease in NAND flash memory revenue, which will drop to $35.4 billion by 2023. In the next 3-6 months, the pricing of the NAND industry will bottom out, and the situation of suppliers will improve. Gartner analysts predict a strong recovery in 2024, with revenue growing to $53 billion, a year-on-year increase of 49.6%.   Due to severe oversupply and insufficient demand, DRAM manufacturers have lowered market prices to reduce inventory. By the fourth quarter of 2023, the oversupply in the DRAM market will continue, which will trigger a price rebound. However, the full impact of price increases will not be apparent until 2024, when DRAM revenue is expected to grow by 88% to reach $87.4 billion.
According to the latest (Worldwide Semiconductor Equipment Market Statistics Repor) released by SEMI, the total glo
vilsion, Apr, 22, 2024  — According to the latest (Worldwide Semiconductor Equipment Market Statistics Repor) released by SEMI, the total global semiconductor equipment sales in 2023, compared with the record high of $107.6 billion in 2022, slightly decreased by 1.3%. To $106.3 billion. In South Korea, the second-largest equipment market, equipment spending fell 7 percent to $19.9 billion due to weak demand and inventory adjustments in the memory market. Total equipment sales in Taiwan, China, fell 27 percent to $19.6 billion after four years of growth. North America, thanks to strong investment driven by CHIPS and the Science Act, increased annual semiconductor equipment investment by 15%; Europe also edg...