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The global non-volatile dual in-line memory module market is growing due to increasing demand from data center and enterprise storage applications, and improved input/output (I/O) performance, low latency and data retention capabilities of the memory module. Several groups are also formed in some countries to increase the adoption of non-volatile memory module among the end users. The developments in non-volatile dual in-line memory module standards and increasing end use application base are two of the factors, providing ample growth opportunities for the non-volatile dual in-line memory module market. The fast growing information technology sectors in Asia-Pacific and Europe are also supporting the growth of the market. However, their high cost and storage density issues are restraining the growth of the market.
North America leads the global market, due to heavy research and development activities carried out in the non-volatile memory technologies in the region. The Asia-Pacific non-volatile dual in-line memory module market is expected to grow with the highest rate, due to high demand of non-volatile dual in-line memory module from enterprise storage applications in the region.
Among all the applications, the enterprise servers and storage segment leads the global market, and is also expected to maintain its dominance during the coming years. The dominance of the application is due to increased adoption of the non-volatile dual in-line memory module in the enterprise servers and storage devices, so as to optimize regular access to the complicated information sets of big data. Among all the end users, data centers and enterprise storage segment leads the global market, and is also expected to maintain its dominance during the coming years. The dominance is due to increasing need for ensuring data reliability, performance, and endurance in data center and storage applications, in order to minimize the downtime costs and improve input-output performance.
One of the major advantages of non-volatile dual in-line memory module is that if the system crashes or experiences unexpected shut down, the data in the module will not get affected. Additionally, the module is used for increasing data security, application performance, efficiency, and system recovery, after unexpected system crash. The modules are majorly used in large scale computing environments, such as mission control applications, workstations, and big organizations.
The non-volatile dual in-line memory module is integrated into the main memory of the computing platform, to perform workload at dynamic random access memory speeds. The integration makes a persistent memory module with very low latency and high speed. When a system crashes or power supply is cut, the non-volatile dual in-line memory module enables data retention in the computer. The module is basically used for enhancing endurance and reliability of solid state drives, system crash recovery time, and data security.
Some of the competitors in the non-volatile dual in-line memory module market are SMART Modular Technologies Inc., Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., Toshiba Corporation, Micron Technology Inc., Viking Technology Inc., Intel Corporation, AgigA Tech Inc., Netlist Inc., Integrated Device Technology Inc., and Fujitsu Limited.
Global Non-Volatile Dual In-Line Memory Module Market Segmentation
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