The growth rate for DRAM usage in PCs will slow to its lowest point

Historically the PC has been a huge driver for DRAM demand — but no longer. This year, the growth rate for DRAM usage in PCs will slow to its lowest point since peaking six years ago, down for the second consecutive year to 17.4 percent in 2012 and way down from the high of 56.1 percent in 2007. So what are the long-term implications for DRAM supply and demand, assuming that the trend continues? According…

"The growth rate for DRAM usage in PCs will slow to its lowest point"