After the 3D XPoint take-off, emerging NVM keeps growing
“The stand-alone emerging NVM market will grow to over US$4 billion in 2025”, explains Simone Bertolazzi, PhD. Technology & Market Analyst at Yole Développement (Yole).“It will be driven by two key segments: low-latency storage (enterprise and client drives) and persistent memory (NVDIMMs).”
The embedded emerging NVM entered the takeoff phase. The embedded market segment is showing a 118% CAGR between 2019 and 2025, reaching more than US$2 billion by 2025.
In this dynamic context, the market research and strategy consulting company Yole, releases its annual memory report, Emerging Non-Volatile Memory. The 2020 edition presents an overview of the semiconductor memory market with stand-alone (1) and embedded memories (2). Yole’s memory team proposes today a deep understanding of emerging NVM applications with related market drivers, challenges, technology roadmap, players, and main trends. This report also offers detailed 2019-2025 market forecasts. In addition, the Emerging Non-Volatile Memory report describes the emerging NVM technologies with their working principle, manufacturing methods, advantages/limitations, development status, price, time-to-market and latest product development status for each key market player. The competitive landscape is also well analyzed in this new report, with updated information on recent acquisitions and funding…
What is the status of the newly emerging applications: stand-alone code/data storage and embedded NVM for analog ICs ? What is the market size of SCM market segment and its expected evolution? How will the PCM sector evolve? Could we think about multiple scenarios? What are the market positioning of the Chinese memory companies…
Yole’s analysts invite you to deeply dive into your memory to get a deep understanding of this emerging industry… More info.
Will the emerging NVM market continue to soar in 2020 and beyond?
After the take-off of 3D XPoint, the emerging NVM market will keep growing, fueled by both stand-alone and embedded applications.
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