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DRAM Manufacturers Collude to Raise Prices Antitrust Complaint

May 3, 2021

This class action concerns allegations of an antitrust conspiracy between makers of DRAM. DRAM—dynamic random access memory—is a form of semiconductor memory. It is used in personal computers, network servers, cell phones, tablets, televisions, cameras, and in industrial applications. The complaint alleges that companies in the Micron, Samsung, and SK Hynix families entered into a conspiracy to cease competition and hold DRAM production below the level of demand in order to raise prices and keep them high.

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