This post was edited by tenderloin at 2018-1-19 05:06
Micron suing UMC in US for leaking DRAM memory technology to China as UMC forming a JV in China.
In return, UMC suing Micron for IP infringement in China.
Smart ruling for Chinese court is to make Micron pay $100million in damage to UMC.
And banning Micron memory product after 2 years in China
Why 2 years? Because memory price is high, supply tight, but after 2 years, China supplier will be ready in 2 years and take over Micron from that point.
This way US Micron will be kicked out from China and using Taiwan UMC case as the catalyst.
sfphoto Post time: 2018-1-29 04:50
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