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Team 7th Biggest Flash and 12th Biggest DRAM Vendor

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  1. btarunr

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    Team Group Inc. has overcome the economic stagnation to make another success through slow and steady strategies. iSuppli, the leading research institution, released the latest market statistics of Q2 2011, indicating that the firm ranks no.8 in Flash category in the top 3 Taiwan manufacturers; ranks no. 7 in USB category, moving one place up from the previous quarter; and maintains position as the 12th largest DRAM manufacturer.

    According to the President of Team Group, Danny Hsia says that “Team Group Inc. has dedicated itself to Taiwan as well as overseas markets for a long time, and the branding operation has matured. A survey of iSuppli showed our excellent performance, while winning the 10th Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific award is also recognition of Team’s potential and competitiveness.”

    Danny Hsia further believes that Team Group Inc. has made great efforts in developing and improving products. DRAM modules, NAND Flash products for USB, memory cards and SSD have all won positive Honorary. The company will not only continue new product R&D and expand product lines but aggressively deploy IPC and commercial fields to create a blue ocean of memory application. We will keep moving forward to become the number one brand in Taiwan
     
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    Thank God they didn't start the PR with "Team Group Inc., a leading memory manufacturer...".
     
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    Yeah, they're still not that well known but their RAM are relatively cheap and still good.
     

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