Solid State Disk Market Outlook 2010 – Single-User
SSDs roared into the market nearly a half decade ago, and since that time have not materialized as anticipated. Why have SSDs not replaced more HDDs? When will SSDs reach an inflection point? How will other technologies impact the success of SSDs? What impact will SSDs have on the NAND and the HDD markets?
This expanded update to our earlier SSD report answers these and other important questions by taking an exhaustive look at the Solid-State Disk (SSD) markets for notebook and desktop PCs, data centers, and the many other SSD applications including military and industrial, providing technical information, market dynamics, a forecast, and a competitive analysis of 28 important SSD makers. Read this to understand users’ wants and needs, the competitive landscape, and market drivers.
The study’s rigorous approach clarifies key points and success factors to help readers understand the opportunities as well as the pitfalls that await all participants.
This 128-page study is based upon exhaustive interviews with buyers and sellers of SSDs, as well as their suppliers and other key players in the market. A full 25 figures and 43 tables bring clarity to the technology, the market, the participants, and the outcome.
All sides of the SSD equation are covered including important market drivers and cost analysis history and projections, along with information from makers of HDDs about their plans to counter any market share loss threatened by the advent of the SSD. It looks into every aspect of the SSD market – market sizing, PC vs. Industrial/Military markets, forecasts by application, company-by-company competitive analysis, key user surveys, etc.
The single-user license allows one electronic copy to be stored on a PC, and up to three print copies to be circulated within a single department.
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