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Old 2nd Mar 2012, 11:19   #1
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Intel sells NAND SSD facilities to Micron

Intel is selling its stake in two of its three NAND flash production facilities to partner Micron.

http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardwar...nd-to-micron/1
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Intel has announced plans to sell its stake in two of IMFT's three NAND flash plants to partner Micron, suggesting it's getting cold feat about the technology.
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R&D cost probably outweighs returns. Let someone else develop and buy in. Could also be a sign of the start of a ssd price crash with the bottom falling out of the market or too much competition low end to get a decent return.
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yea, like intel needs more money.
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Nand prices are bound to crash eventually, Intel is just cashing in on it while they can still get money for it, besides, Intel holds a load of patents still, so even if they don't manufacture Nand anymore they will still get money in the future, just with less risks.
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The 20nm plant they kept makes the new stuff before any other plant world wide

The 2 they got rid of where doing older stuff
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