Markets and Markets : Non-Volatile Memory Market worth $40.2 Billion by 2020
(M2 PressWIRE Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) According to a new market research report "Non-Volatile Memory Market by Type (Traditional, Emerging), Product (Printed Memory, Hard disk drives and others),
Application (Industrial, Healthcare, Automotive, Energy and Power, Enterprise Storage and others) and Geography - Global Trends & Forecasts to 2014 - 2020", the total
market is expected to reach $40.2 billion by 2020.
Early buyers will receive 10% customization on this report.
Non-volatile memory Market is used to store data even if it is non-powered. It is used for secondary storage; especially, long term storage, as these memory devices do
not require continuous power supply for storing information. Because of this, the non-volatile memories are widely used in mission critical applications such as data
centers. Although devices which can store information up to few terabytes are available, the growing storage needs are expected to push the market ahead.
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The report segments the nvm market on the basis of the different types of technologies, applications, and geographies. Further, it contains revenue forecasting and
analyzes the trends in the market. The geographical analysis contains the in-depth classification of Americas, Europe, and APAC, which contains the major countries
covering the market. Further, the Middle-East and Africa have been classified under the ROW region. Each of these geographies has been further split by the major
countries existing in this market. The sections and the sub-segments in the report would contain the drivers, restraints, opportunities, and current market trends; and
the technologies expected to revolutionize the non-volatile memory domain.
The memory technologies that widely used in the computing industry today are, DRAM and NAND flash; DRAM delivers the highest performance (latency / speed), but it is
volatile memory and has much lower capacity than other NAND flash. On the other hand, NAND Flash scales to high capacity and is relatively cheaper ($/Gbit), but is
much slower than that of DRAM. There is much discussion in the industry as which newer technologies can be consider as replacement or real contenders to succeed either
or both NAND flash & DRAM memory. Therese new emerging technologies include MRAM, FRAM, PCM, STT-RAM, nvDIMM and ReRAM.
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There are wide ranges of applications available where non-volatile memory chipset can go into. The global market is expected to be dominated by consumer electronics
application and its sub application segment. NVM is expected to be used extensively in mass storage, especially in enterprise storage applications.
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