The Register is reporting that Objective Analysis' Jim Handy believes we are in a NAND over-supply situation and prices are getting ready to crater. He says the crash will be the largest price correction in semiconductor history. He's estimating the price will drop to $0.08/GB next year and that as a result SSDs will drop in price as well. If SSDs become super affordable we can expect companies like Seagate and Western Digital to be hard hit as customers migrate to SSD storage. I don't know about anybody else but I'd love to see SSD prices crater. 2TB NVME drive for under $400 would be excellent. NAND price decreases to go along with DRAM price decreases is a future I look forward to. If Handy’s chip price correction prediction is accurate, SSD pricing will go down, too. He said he sees a trend for NAND prices to fall to roughly 25 per cent of their current prices. If SSD prices go down in lock-step, then we are looking at a 75 per cent cost reduction in their prices.