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NetApp, Lenovo Raise Prices, Citing Thailand Flooding Effects 96

Posted by timothy
from the prices-integrate-anticipated-demand dept.
Lucas123 writes "First HP, then EMC, and now NetApp has hiked up the price of its hard disk drives by 5% to 15%. The vendors sent letters to users stating that the flooding in Thailand had caused major component shortages, and while they tried to absorb the supplier price increases, each had to eventually give in. Lenovo also announced it has run out of certain drives for its PC systems including some popular 7,200rpm models."
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NetApp, Lenovo Raise Prices, Citing Thailand Flooding Effects

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