Growth of DRAM Market at 13% CAGR


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ReportsnReports.com adds offers 2015 DRAM market research reports on forecasts to 2019, mobile DRAM market trends and Micron's development and product strategies in DRAM and flash industries.

Complete report on global DRAM market for 2015-2019 spread across 86 pages, talking about 5 companies and supported with 45 data exhibits is now available at here.

The Global DRAM Market 2015-2019 research report says high density DRAM will cater to growing demand from OEMs and propel worldwide growth through 2019 at a CAGR of 13%. Manufacturers are trying to roll out new products with better performance and more functionality in order to capture a greater market share and to attract the tech-savvy generation. Products like iPhones and the Samsung S6 are with two and three GB of LPDDR4 RAM, respectively. Density is the top buying criteria for the computing DRAM segment. To cater to the demand from the server segment, vendors are investing in R&D to introduce new higher-density DRAM. Existing vendors and new entrants are taking the acquisitive route to either enter the market or broaden their portfolio of offerings.

According to the report, the smartphone segment is one of the major application segments for mobile DRAM. The use of mobile DRAM in smartphones is increasing at a rapid rate, primarily because of the increased demand for high memory density in these devices. Mobile DRAM is available as an integrated component for smartphones. Depending on the different versions of smartphones, the mobile DRAM content varies between 178 Mb and 4 Gb. The increase in sales of smartphones is expected to foster the demand for mobile DRAMs, making smartphones the major revenue-generating source in the global mobile DRAM market.

The earliest application of DRAM (Dynamic Random Access Memory) can be traced back to the PC age. As the PC market declines, new types of mobile devices have taken over to become the world's most popular electronics products thanks to their versatile characteristics, high levels of convenience, and the stylish design. The popularity of mobile devices has led to fast growth for mobile DRAMs, turning it into a mainstream hit.

The Mobile DRAM Market Trends and Major Players' Deployment Strategy report provides the overview of mobile DRAM market and examines its major applications, market prospects, and leading DRAM manufacturers' strategic planning. It provides an overview of the global DRAM market and includes the market share forecast of commodity, mobile, and specialty DRAM until 2017 and highlights of mobile DRAM market development, including market volume and market share breakdowns by application, mainly tablets and smartphones, from 2014 to 2017.

The mobile DRAM market report also shares information on development of first-tier players, namely Samsung, SK Hynix, Micron, and second-tier players, namely Nanya Technology, Winbond and Powerchip, touching on their strategic planning for DRAM in process technology and mass production up until second quarter of 2015 along with development and operational highlights of first- and second-tier DRAM brands and also included is their global share in the mobile DRAM market in each quarter of 2014. Companies covered in this research include Apple, Elpida, Inotera, Micron, Nanya Technology, Powerchip, Rexchip, Samsung, SK Hynix and Winbond. Order a copy of the mobile DRAM market trends and major players' deployment strategy report .

In December 2014, US' largest memory maker Micron tied up with Powertech Technology, Taiwan's third largest packaging and testing service supplier to collaborate in the Xi'an High Tech Zone. This is not the first time Micron partners with a Taiwanese company though. Back in 2008, Micron set up the Inotera JV with Taiwan's DRAM (Dynamic Random Access Memory) maker Nanya. For many years, Micron has applied a set of strategies to help itself enter the industry's top five semiconductor vendors.

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