A smaller percentage of DRAM sold for PCs hasn’t been seen since 1980s, according to analyst firm
At least, you might think that if recent DRAM sales are any indication: for the first time since the 1980s, reports ComputerWorld, memory destined for PCs has slipped to less than 50 per cent of the total. The article quotes IHS iSuppli, a market research firm, as saying that the decline marks “the arrival of the post-PC era.”
While the PC will remain important for some time, manufacturers are now shifting their focus to the technology that powers tablets and smartphones, the company says.
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