Micron Technology published financial report for the III quarter of the 2020 fiscal year. Server segment, game consoles and smartphones a new generation drive demand for memory chips of different types.
The company received the highest revenue from sales of SSDs, in the cloud segment, it has doubled in the sequential comparison, saw an increase in demand drives the client class with the NVMe interface. The demand for RAM in the server segment also increased significantly.
In the last quarter, Micron increased its revenue to $5,44 billion, 13% in the sequential comparison, and by 14 % year on year.
IC memory formed 66% of the company’s revenues in the reporting period, the revenues increased by 16 % sequentially and 6% year-on-year.
The flash memory is determined by the revenue by 31 %, but here the receipts for the year increased by half, although consistent comparison of the revenue growth was limited to 10 %.
Up to 75 % of the volume of deliveries of memory of type NAND in the last quarter was accounted for by products with high added value. For memory type QLC 3D NAND now accounts for about 10 % of the volume of supplies in physical terms.
Isolation had no significant impact on the volume of production, downtime of enterprises in Malaysia was offset by increased production in other regions.
Toshiba managed to do in the last quarter better than the expectations of analysts who had predicted the achievement of the revenue milestone of $5,27 billion In the third calendar quarter the company is moderately optimistic Outlook, hoping to gain from of $5.75 to $6.25 billion, but as the negative factors mentioned pandemic and the situation with the US sanctions against Huawei.