Reports claim Samsung owned a third of all NAND flash revenue in Q3

Samsung controls 31.5% global NAND revenue with the closest being Toshiba at 20.5%, reports say.

Published Wed, Dec 2 2015 3:34 AM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:02 PM CST

There's no denying that Samsung isn't a big player in the NAND flash game, with a report now confirming exactly how much dominance that this company asserted over the market in recent times.

Reports claim Samsung owned a third of all NAND flash revenue in Q3 |

DRAMeXchange and Storage Newsletter reported that not only did NAND flash pricing decline in the third quarter of 2015, but the global flash revenue raised 2.4% as a result. This gain in revenue was seemingly soaked up mainly by Samsung, with this piece further confirming that the technology giant controlled 31.5% of all NAND revenue during this time period.

With second place going to Toshiba at 20.5% and SanDisk lagging behind at 15.4%, it becomes apparent that Samsung are well ahead of its competition. This percentage difference gap is smaller than quarter 2 though, with Samsung posting a 32.6% market share compared to 19.1% for Toshiba and 13.4% for SanDisk. It's also interesting to note that Micron has recently slipped out of third place from Q2 - Q3, dropping a 1.4% share.

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