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The second biggest supplier in Flash Memory might be in the hands of another company.
Financially-troubled Toshiba is now thinking about an outright sale of its chip unit, rather than just a 20% stake. Debt-laden Western Digital might be hard-pressed to afford that.
Acquiring a stake in joint venture partner Toshiba's chip unit would both increase Western Digital's flash memory exposure, and provide strategic benefits.