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Following its decision to cut back on its own DRAM production last year, Fujitsu is in talks with Micron and Infineon to secure memory supplies. According to reports, Fujitsu is saying that negotiations are on-going and that no deals have yet been struck. NEC is also understood to be talking to Micron and Infineon for the very same reason. Micron already supplies NEC with some memory, but should either one of these proposed contracts come off it will be a significant boost for the two western DRAM makers. ® See also: DRAM prices rocket on spot market

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