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Applications for Low Density SLC NAND Flash Memory

The NOR flash memory market is shrinking as parallel NOR flash memory is squeezed by lower cost serial flash at the lower density range and SLC NAND flash memory at higher density points. As a consequence, NOR flash manufacturers are looking to grow by actively expanding their product portfolios to include low density (<16Gb) SLC NAND flash memory.

Applications for Low Density SLC NAND Flash Memory examines the demand for low density SLC NAND flash memory in the mobile, consumer and industrial space.

Table of Contents

  • LIST OF FIGURES
  • LIST OF TABLES
  • PRODUCT TRENDS
  • Non-volatile Memory Solutions
  • Density Trends
  • Pricing Trends
  • SLC NAND ECC, Endurance and Retention Trends
  • SLC NAND Flash Memory Power Supply
  • APPLICATIONS FORECAST
  • Market Overview
  • Mobile Phones
  • Consumer
  • HDTV
  • Set Top Box
  • DVD and Blu-ray Players and Recorders
  • Digital Still Camera and Digital Single Lens Reflex Camera
  • Printers
  • Video Game Machines
  • Digital Picture Frames
  • Other Consumer Applications
  • Industrial and Networking
  • Networking and Telecom VOIP
  • Industrial PC, Controllers and Compact Flash
  • Point Of Sales Systems
  • Other Industrial and Networking Applications
  • SUPPLIER STATUS
  • ATO Solutions, Inc.
  • EON Silicon Solutions, Inc.
  • Macronix
  • Micron
  • Powerchip
  • Samsung
  • SK Hynix
  • Spansion
  • Toshiba
  • Winbond
  • APPENDIX
  • Technology
  • Chip Architecture
  • System Architecture
  • Enablers for the Consumer Market: Digital Media Availability and Delivery Services
  • ABOUT THE AUTHORS
  • ABOUT FORWARD INSIGHTS
  • Services

List of Figures

  • Figure 1. Embedded Flash Memory Shipment Mix (NOR, SPI, NAND)
  • Figure 2. Mobile Flash Memory Shipment Mix (NOR, SPI, NAND)
  • Figure 3. NAND Flash Memory Density Mix
  • Figure 4. Parallel NOR Flash Memory Density Mix
  • Figure 5. SPI NOR Flash Memory Density Mix
  • Figure 6. Parallel NOR, SPI NOR, SLC NAND Prices
  • Figure 7. NAND vs. Parallel NOR Price Gap
  • Figure 8. NAND, SPI, NOR 2016 ASP
  • Figure 9. SLC NAND Flash Memory Unit Mix by Power Supply
  • Figure 10. SLC NAND Flash Memory Units by Power Supply
  • Figure 11. Flash Memory Unit Forecast
  • Figure 12. Flash Memory Revenue Forecast
  • Figure 13. SLC NAND Flash Consumption by Application
  • Figure 14. Applications Unit Forecast
  • Figure 15. Mobile Phone Unit Forecast
  • Figure 16. Smartphone Market Penetration
  • Figure 17. eMMC in Mobile Phones
  • Figure 18. LCD and Plasma TV unit forecast
  • Figure 19. Smart TV unit forecast
  • Figure 20. Set Top Box Unit Forecast
  • Figure 21. Bluray DVD Player and Recorder Unit Forecast
  • Figure 22. Digital Still Camera Unit Forecast
  • Figure 23. Printer Unit Forecast
  • Figure 24. Video Game Machines Unit Forecast
  • Figure 25. Digital Picture Frame Unit Forecast
  • Figure 26. Ethernet Unit Forecast
  • Figure 27. Router Unit Forecast
  • Figure 28. Industrial PC Unit Forecast
  • Figure 29. Industrial Terminals and Controllers Unit Forecast
  • Figure 30. Compact Flash Card Unit Forecast
  • Figure 31. POS Systems Unit Forecast
  • Figure 32. Process Tecnology trend for NOR, NAND and PCM
  • Figure 33. NOR Flash Memory Architecture
  • Figure 34. Intel 256Mb 130nm 28F256L18 StrataFlash Functional Layout
  • Figure 35. Intel 256Mb 130nm 28F256L18 StrataFlash Organization
  • Figure 36. NAND Flash Memory Architecture
  • Figure 37. SEC 512Mb 120nm K9F1208U0A NAND Flash Functional Layout
  • Figure 38. SEC 512Mb 120nm K9F1208U0A NAND Flash Organization (x8)
  • Figure 39. XIP vs. Code Shadowing or Store-and-Download Architecture
  • Figure 40. Data Transmission Technologies and their Related Data Rate
  • Figure 41. Penetration of Fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) by country
  • Figure 42. Digital TV Switchover by Country

List of Tables

  • Table 1. Non-volatile Memory Solutions
  • Table 3. Embedded SLC NAND (Consumer and Industrial) Demand and Revenue by Density
  • Table 4. Mobile SLC NAND Demand and Revenue by Density
  • Table 5. SLC NAND Consumption by Application
  • Table 7. Mobile Cellular Subscriptions
  • Table 8. Mobile phones: Low Density SLC NAND Breakdown
  • Table 9. SLC NAND Revenue Demand in Mobile Phones
  • Table 10. Mobile Phone Unit Forecast
  • Table 11. Consumer Applications: Low Density SLC NAND Units
  • Table 12. Consumer Applications: Low Density SLC NAND Demand Revenue
  • Table 13. Consumer Applications Unit Forecast
  • Table 14. SLC NAND Units by Consumer Application
  • Table 15. LCD and Plasma TV: Low Density SLC NAND Breakdown
  • Table 16. Digital Set Top Box: Low Density SLC Breakdown
  • Table 17. Bluray DVD Players and Recorders: Low Density SLC Breakdown
  • Table 18. Digital Still Camera: Low Density SLC NAND Breakdown
  • Table 19. Printers: Low Density SLC NAND Breakdown
  • Table 20. Video Game Machines: Low Density SLC NAND Breakdown
  • Table 21. Digital Picture Frame: Low Density SLC NAND Breakdown
  • Table 22. Other Consumer Applications: Low Density SLC NAND Breakdown
  • Table 23. Total Industrial Applications: Low Density SLC NAND Units
  • Table 24. Industrial Applications: Low Density SLC NAND Demand Revenue
  • Table 25. Industrial Applications Unit Forecast
  • Table 26. Low Density SLC NAND Units by Industrial Application
  • Table 27. Ethernet: Low Density SLC NAND Breakdown
  • Table 28. Routers: Low Density SLC NAND Breakdown
  • Table 29. Industrial PC: Low Density SLC NAND Breakdown
  • Table 30. Industrial Controllers: Low Density SLC NAND Breakdown
  • Table 31. Compact Flash: Low Density SLC NAND Breakdown
  • Table 32. POS: Low Density SLC NAND Breakdown
  • Table 33. Other Industrial Applications: Low Density SLC NAND Units
  • Table 34. DTV Implementations
  • Table 30. Total Industrial-Networking Flash Demand Revenues by Density
  • Table 31. Industrial-Networking Applications Unit Forecast
  • Table 32. Total Flash Demand by Density
  • Table 33. Total Flash Demand Revenues
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