Hyundai Electronics has warned its customers that fake 64Mbit memory chips bearing its trademark are circulating in the market.
Although first appearing in south east Asia, it is now understood that such parts have reached Europe and the US.
The company said that it had found products sold at 10 per cent lower than its cost price, which were re-marked with its logo. The Drams are of inferior quality and performance.
The company warned end users and resellers to buy products through legitimate distribution channels. It said that a previous example of re-marking occurred in products from Japan in April this year.
Last week, Drams rose to a high, following constraint on product from manufacturers.
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