Strong price pressure could join the list of problems facing PC component suppliers, who are already struggling to deal with slumping volumes. Digitimes reports Taiwanese notebook contract manufacturers want component vendors to "lower their quotes for 2013" in order to offset the profit hit caused by declining system ASPs and lower utilization rates. DRAM prices have already tumbled, and Goldman argued yesterday Intel's ASPs are vulnerable.
Strong price pressure could join the list of problems facing PC component suppliers, who are...
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