With supplies tight, memory chipmakers head into ultra-super-cycle

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SEOUL (Reuters) – The global memory chip industry is heading into what’s been dubbed an ultra-super-cycle, as the challenge of making chips smaller yet more efficient has created supply bottlenecks, while there is soaring demand for data storage – from smartphones and artificial intelligence to autonomous driving and the Internet of Things.