Non-Volatile Random Access Memory


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Non-Volatile Random Access Memory

(storage)
(NVRAM) Static random-access memory which is made into non-volatile storage either by having a battery permanently connected or by saving its contents to EEPROM before turning the power off and reloading it when power is restored.
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The market data contained in this report quantify opportunities for emerging non-volatile random access memory products.
The study will benefit existing manufacturers of solid-state memory who seek to expand revenues and market opportunities by growing into the new technology of emerging non-volatile random access memory products, which are now positioned to become a preferred solution for many types of RFID tags, smart cards, high-end mobile phones, smart automotive airbags, etc.
Research groups around the world are investigating several approaches to meet this demand, including systems based on emerging non-volatile random access memory products.
The 2010 global market for emerging non-volatile random access memory products was projected to have reached $115 million.
The market for emerging non-volatile random access memory used as an embedded system on chip SOC cards in 2010 will be highest with more 50% of the market.
Among the seven emerging non-volatile random access memory technologies covered in this report, in 2010 the potential market for zero capacitor (ZRAM) is highest.
SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL MARKET FOR EMERGING NON-VOLATILE RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY PRODUCTS BY REGION THROUGH 2015
SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL MARKET FOR EMERGING NON-VOLATILE RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY PRODUCTS BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015
EVOLUTION OF EMERGING NON-VOLATILE RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY TECHNOLOGIES