Emerging Memories Take Off – Single User
Emerging memory technologies (MRAM, ReRAM, XPoint, etc.) are now shipping in volume in systems large and small. Read this study to understand why, how, and when these technologies will displace today’s memory types, and in which markets this will first occur. It will be your basis for an effective strategy to profit from the changing market.
Emerging memories are now a reality and are poised to grow into a multi-billion dollar market in a few years, reaching sales of $44 billion by 2031. Memory chipmakers and foundries are starting to support this change, and early adopters already enjoy a profound competitive advantage.
This study is your starting point for creating a winning emerging memory strategy.
This 2021 update to the widely-acclaimed 2020 Objective Analysis and Coughlin Associates joint study thoroughly explains the technology of emerging memory, and clearly shows how they compete against standard memories, both as standalone memory chips and in embedded SoC applications, like ASICs and MCUs.
Not only does this study provide in-depth technical information, but it explains how and why the market will grow, with illustrations of relevant market dynamics, 10-year forecasts, and outlines of 117 companies that are already deeply involved in this transition. The forecasts show how the markets for emerging memory chips will expand through 2031, and also how that expansion will impact sales of the capital equipment used to produce them. Scores of vendor profiles introduce the reader to the capabilities of market leaders as well as startups.
This study provides the basis for a solid emerging memory strategy. It provides an understanding of the emerging memory competitive landscape, unmasks the market drivers for these new technologies, and shows how to profit from the new memory market.
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