The global Next Generation Memory Market applications market is mainly categorized into volatile memories and non-volatile memories. Non-volatile memories covered in this report are ReRAM, PCM, MRAM, and FeRAM, among other technologies. The next generation volatile memories covered in this report are SRAM and DRAM (SDRAM, mobile DRAM, and other DRAM technologies).
As the mainstream market for NAND flash memory continues to transition to higher and higher densities, there continues to be demand for low density SLC NAND flash memory in a variety of consumer, industrial and automotive applications. A new serial interface for NAND promoted by several NOR flash suppliers - SPI NAND - is looking to piggyback on the success of SPI NOR and broaden the density range for SPI flash memory. This report examines the challenges that SLC NAND flash faces in embedded applications and the potential areas for growth.
his report investigates different technologies used in solid-state flash memory. It compares and contrasts flash memory with current hard-disk-based storage technology. The report examines the total available market for flash memory according to various application areas and discusses how flash memories are customized for each. A complete analysis of servers and the storage market is also included, taking into account where the flash memory is expected to lead to major change. The report also focuses on a summary of key players in different segments along with market share information. A forecast of the total market in each category by dollar, downloads and geography over the next five years is provided. The report also includes an analysis of patents filed in this market by various companies.
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