DDR2 will likely sell for a healthy premium for nearly two years, giving manufacturers time to profit in a market plagued by a boom-and-bust cycle. But the shift to DDR2 will coincide with a major manufacturing overhaul; a slip anywhere along the line could cause manufacturing yields--and potential profits--to evaporate.
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