SanDisk lowered its guidance for first-quarter ..... leader in the NAND flash memory market, SanDisk ’s performance sheds light on the other ..... fair value estimate of $53 per share. SanDisk cited lower-than-expected sales and
Fourth-quarter revenue for SanDisk , at $1.7 billion, was consistent ..... memory market is highly cyclical and SanDisk has been executing at a high level ..... assume that the current scenario SanDisk is facing turns out to be simply
Jan 12 (Reuters) - SanDisk Corp said it expects fourth-quarter revenue to be lower than its forecast, citing weaker-than-expected sales of retail products and flash memory storage chips.
SanDisk issued a short press release before the ..... derived $53 per share fair value estimate. SanDisk has been executing at a high level for several ..... trading on Jan. 12, we still view shares of SanDisk as fundamentally overvalued and would seek
SanDisk reported third-quarter results that showed ..... 63 billion in the year-ago quarter. SanDisk continued to benefit from solid demand for ..... flash memory market, which has allowed SanDisk and its peers to generate solid profitability
SanDisk reported solid second-quarter results ..... After the seasonally slow first quarter, SanDisk saw a strong pickup in flash memory demand ..... growth of 4% at the midpoint. Overall, SanDisk had a solid second quarter and the current
On Monday, SanDisk announced that it would acquire Fusion-io ..... 45 per share and no-moat rating for SanDisk . Fusion-io provides flash memory-based ..... performance. Over the past few years, SanDisk has ramped up its efforts to expand its
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - SanDisk Corp increased its outlook for gross margins in 2014 as fast-growing sales of its high-end solid-state drives helped offset volatile prices for memory chips.
SanDisk continued to benefit from a business upturn ..... the gigabytes of NAND flash memory sold by SanDisk declined 10% quarter over quarter. Despite ..... supported impressive gross margin levels for SanDisk . Operating income was $425 million, down
driven by the continued build-out of the cloud infrastructure. Finally, memory chipmakers, such as Micron MU and SanDisk SNDK , have recently been boosted by an upturn in the memory segment. Both the computer memory (DRAM) and NAND flash memory