SSD price increases may be coming across the board, at least because the industry has already started to move.
According to Pulse, Samsung's DRAM shipments in the second quarter are expected to grow about 15% to 20% from Q1, better than last quarter's drop of about 10%.
SK Hynix, which posted a loss of up to 5 trillion won last quarter, is also poised for a recovery, with its Q2 shipment forecast up 30 percent to 50 percent from the previous quarter, above market expectations of 20 percent.
As other brands of NAND flash prices gradually slightly pull up, Yangtze Storage is not willing to continue to fall. Prior to this, it was reported that the price of the original flash memory of Changjiang Storage has officially started to increase by about 3-5%, for example, 256G has been increased by $4-5 (about 28-35 yuan).
For the current situation, the supply chain says that as production cuts become more intensive and AI storage demand surges, this will drive up the prices of storage such as SSDS in the short term, so this is good for the manufacturers, but how high the price increase will be will ultimately depend on the market feedback.
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