iSuppli: Smartphones and tablets consume much more DRAM components PC

Random access memory, or RAM, is a term that is no stranger to many of us. It is one of the basic components of a computer, have a role to store program code and data during execution. However, according to the latest statistics of IHS iSuppli, the traditional computer is no longer the object of consumption DRAM products anymore, but instead is the mobile computing products such as smart phones and tablet.   iSuppli said in quarter 2/2012, world computer market has used 49% of the total DRAM shipments. Thus, 51% of DRAM components used for other devices such as phones and tablets. This is consistent with the trend of mobile is more strongly expressed in the world technology market. According to research, this is just the start of a major shift in the DRAM market. It is expected that by the end of 2013, the computer industry only uses about 42.8% of DRAM production.   Source: Reuters

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