According to the forecast report released by the semiconductor research office of trendforce, the fourth quarter memory industry (including DRAM and NAND flash) is still in an oversupply situation. < / P > < p > although Huawei has been affected by the ban recently, prompting other smart phone brands to actively pull goods and carve up the lost market share of Huawei, it is still unable to improve the current weak market situation. In addition, the demand for servers has not yet recovered significantly. It is expected that the overall price will continue to weaken in the fourth quarter, with a quarterly decrease of about 10%. < p > < p > in terms of mobile phone memory, Huawei pulled goods ahead of time to ease the original inventory pressure of the three suppliers, while Xiaomi oppovivo was eager to prepare materials, which supported the prices of relevant components. It is estimated that the decline will be about 0-5% in the fourth quarter. In terms of server memory, the inventory of cloud and enterprise server customers is generally on the high side, and there is still room for further price decline. It is estimated that the average price of the fourth quarter will drop by about 15%. The price of the mainstream module 32GB will also be close to the low point of the last falling price cycle at the end of the year, reaching the range of $100-110. It is estimated that the overall average price of DRAM in the fourth quarter will drop by about 10%. < / P > < p > for NAND flash, although the demand side is also supported by the brand’s early pull, the supply and existing inventory are both high, resulting in a more obvious oversupply than DRAM. For SSD, the average price of enterprise SSD will drop by 10-15%, mainly affected by the weak driving force of server customers. It is estimated that the overall average price decline of NAND flash in the fourth quarter will expand to 10 ~ 15%. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today