back to article Intel's non-volatile memory is firmly in non-growth territory

Intel's non-volatile memory product revenues are diving as it converts to 3D NAND and waits for XPoint to deliver the goods. Intel’s second quarter 2016 flash revenues of $554m were down 20 per cent year-on-year and one per cent sequentially. Analyst haus Stifel Nicolaus' MD, Aaron Rakers, charted Intel’s quarterly flash …

  1. CaitlinBestler

    News?

    SInce when is it news that revenue from an existing technology is declining?

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Trapeze artist lets go of current hold - boring!

      Trapeze artist fails to catch next hold - now you've got my attention!

      As the saying goes: Schadenfreude ist die schönste Freude

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  2. JohnyDoe

    SAMS is only counting on price for the moment. MU, Sandisk and Toshiba revenues are down as well. Asians always have been good on improving the existing technology, but so far I have not seen anything innovative. They will fall down once 3DXp comes alive, give or take 1y.

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