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Memory Integrated Circuits (IC) Market to 2016 - Portable Gadgets Such as Smartphones, Tablet PCs and Ultrabooks to Boost Demand for Mobile DRAM and NAND Flash

Executive Summary

Too Much of a Good Thing? Oversupply of DRAM Hurting the Memory IC Market

Dynamic random-access memory (DRAM) is vital to portable gadgets such as smartphones and tablet PCs, but the memory integrated circuit (IC) industry is currently caught in a vicious circle of oversupply, says a new report by business intelligence experts GBI Research.

According to the report*, the global economic uncertainty of the last few years, combined with the development of new applications that require less memory, has led to an overabundance of DRAM and a corresponding drop in price.

Prices have fallen so much in fact that manufacturers have been forced to sell these memory devices at below production cost, preventing profit generation. In response, manufacturers have been producing DRAM at 100% factory capacity in an attempt to claw back expenses, which has only exacerbated the market oversupply problem.

Sales revenues for the DRAM market spiked in 2010 at $37.31 billion, but fell somewhat drastically the following year to $29.47 billion, and are only expected to reach $29 billion for 2012.

Conversely, sales volumes have rocketed during this period. 2010 recorded sales of 16.39 billion units while the final figure for 2012 is expected to be as high as 32 billion units.

While the growing portable gadgets market can almost guarantee an increase in DRAM sales for the foreseeable future, analysis carried out by GBI Research indicates that controlling supply and demand is an imperative for the future of DRAM producing companies.

In 2011, DRAM accounted for the largest portion of the global memory IC market at 47.3%, followed fractionally behind by flash memory, with a claim of 47%.

Memory Integrated Circuits (IC) Market to 2016 - Portable Gadgets Such as Smartphones, Tablet PCs and Ultrabooks to Boost Demand for Mobile DRAM and NAND Flash

This provides key information and analysis on the market opportunities in the memory IC industry. It covers industry dynamics, information on the sales revenue and sales volume of the memory ICs, and the key suppliers.

This report was built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research, and in-house analysis conducted by GBI Research's team of industry experts.

Abstract

Memory Integrated Circuits (IC) Market to 2016 - Portable Gadgets Such as Smartphones, Tablet PCs and Ultrabooks to Boost Demand for Mobile DRAM and NAND Flash

Summary

GBI Research's report, "Memory Integrated Circuits (IC) Market to 2016 - Portable Gadgets Such as Smartphones, Tablet PCs and Ultrabooks to Boost Demand for Mobile DRAM and NAND Flash" provides key information and analysis on the market opportunities in the memory IC industry. The report covers industry dynamics, information on the sales revenue and sales volume of the memory ICs, and the key suppliers. The report also provides product type-based, region-based and end-application based forecasts up to 2016, as well as forecasts for the overall DRAM, SRAM and flash memory markets. The markets for memory ICs in IT/computers, communications, consumer electronics, industrial and automobiles applications are also discussed.

The increasing application of memory ICs in portable gadgets such as smartphones, tablets and ultrabooks is expected to boost the market. The emerging areas of application of memory ICs are in the medical and automobile sectors.

This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GBI Research's team of industry experts.

Scope

  • The market size of memory ICs in terms of sales revenue and sales volume, using historical data from 2004 to 2011. A forecast is also given to 2016.
  • A discussion of key players for 2011.
  • The market size of DRAM, SRAM and flash memory in terms of sales revenue and sales volume, using historical data from 2004 to 2011. A forecast is also given to 2016.
  • Market analysis for key regions such as Americas, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) for the overall memory IC market, DRAM market and flash memory market.
  • Market analysis for key application areas such as IT/Computers, Communications, Consumer Electronics, and Industrial and Automobiles for the overall memory IC market, DRAM market and flash memory market.
  • Comprehensive profiles of key companies such as Samsung Electronics, Hynix, Micron Technology, Nanya Technology, Toshiba and Cypress.
  • A comprehensive view of the global memory ICs market using Porter's five forces analysis.

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  • Exploit growth opportunities in the global memory ICs market.
  • Devise market-entry and expansion strategies for various memory IC chipsets.
  • Develop business strategies from Porter's five forces analyses.
  • Identify key growth markets for your products.
  • Know the demand potential of the memory ICs Market.

TOC

1 Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents 5

  • 1.1 List of Tables 8
  • 1.2 List of Figures 10

2 Introduction 12

3 Memory Integrated Circuit (IC) Market 13

  • 3.1 Overview 13
  • 3.2 Definitions 13
    • 3.2.1 Memory IC 13
    • 3.2.2 Static Random Access Memory (SRAM) 13
    • 3.2.3 Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) 14
    • 3.2.4 First-In, First-Out (FIFO) and Last-In, First-Out (LIFO) SRAM 15
    • 3.2.5 Flash Memory and Electronically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory (EEPROM) 15
    • 3.2.6 Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory (EPROM) 15
    • 3.2.7 Programmable Read-Only Memory (PROM) 15
    • 3.2.8 Mask Programmed ROM (MROM) 15
    • 3.2.9 Memory Cards 15
  • 3.3 Emerging Memory Chips 16
    • 3.3.1 DDR4 DRAM 16
    • 3.3.2 Phase Change Memory (PRAM) 16
    • 3.3.3 Ferroelectric RAM (FeRAM, F-RAM or FRAM) 16
    • 3.3.4 Magnetoresistive Random Access Memory (MRAM) 16
    • 3.3.5 Resistive Random Access Memory (ReRAM) 16
  • 3.4 Comparison of Key Memory ICs by Key Features 16

4 Memory ICs, End-Applications 17

  • 4.1 SRAM, End-Applications 17
  • 4.2 Flash Memory, End-Applications 17
  • 4.3 DRAM, End-Applications 18

5 Memory IC Market, Technological Developments 19

  • 5.1 Hybrid Memory Cube 19
    • 5.1.1 3D Stack Technique 19
    • 5.1.2 3D-IC Through Silicon Via (TSV) 19
  • 5.2 High Density PRAM 19

6 Memory IC Market, Industry Dynamics 20

  • 6.1 Key Market Drivers 20
    • 6.1.1 Smartphones and Tablet PCs Drive the Mobile Memory Market 21
    • 6.1.2 Ultrabooks to Increase the Consumption of Memory ICs in PC Segment 22
    • 6.1.3 Increase in Demand for Memory Chips for Automobile Applications 22
    • 6.1.4 Increasing Adoption of Cloud Computing and Data Centers Fuelling the Growth of Memory IC 22
  • 6.2 Key Market Restraints 23
    • 6.2.1 High R&D and Capital Expenditure Impede Technology Innovations 23
  • 6.3 Key Market Challenges 23
    • 6.3.1 Bringing in Balance between DRAM Supply and Demand 23
    • 6.3.2 Lack of Strong SRAM Product 23
    • 6.3.3 Higher Density NAND Flash Chips 23
    • 6.3.4 Natural Disasters Limit the Shipments of the Memory Chips 24
  • 6.4 Future Trends 24
    • 6.4.1 Potential of ReRAM to Replace DRAM, Flash Memory and Hard Drives 24
    • 6.4.2 MRAM May Replace DRAM and Flash Memory 24
    • 6.4.3 FRAM - Embedded Memory Alternative for MCUs Application 24

7 Global Memory IC Market- Five Force Analysis 25

  • 7.1 DRAM, Porter's Five Forces Analysis 25
  • 7.2 Flash Memory, Porter's Five Forces Analysis 26
  • 7.3 SRAM, Porter's Five Forces Analysis 26

8 Global Memory IC Market Analysis and Forecasts 28

  • 8.1 Sales Revenue 28
  • 8.2 Sales Volume 30

9 Memory IC Market Analysis by Geography 32

  • 9.1 Memory IC Market Breakdown by Geography, 2011 33
  • 9.2 Americas 34
  • 9.3 EMEA 37
  • 9.4 APAC 40
  • 9.5 Japan 43

10 Memory IC Market Analysis by End-Application 46

  • 10.1 Memory IC Market Breakdown by End-Application, 2011 47
  • 10.2 IT/Computers 48
  • 10.3 Communications 51
  • 10.4 Consumer Electronics 54
  • 10.5 Industrial and Automotive 57
  • 10.6 Other Applications 60

11 Memory IC Market Analysis by Product Types 63

  • 11.1 Memory IC Market Breakdown by Product Types, 2011 64
  • 11.2 DRAM Market 65
  • 11.3 Flash Memory Market 68
  • 11.4 SRAM Market 71
  • 11.5 Other Memory Types 74

12 DRAM Market Analysis and Forecasts 77

  • 12.1 DRAM Market Analysis by Product Types 77
    • 12.1.1 DDR DRAM Market 78
    • 12.1.2 DDR2 DRAM Market 80
    • 12.1.3 DDR3 DRAM Market 82
    • 12.1.4 DRR4 DRAM Market 84
    • 12.1.5 Other DRAMs Market 86
  • 12.2 DRAM Market Analysis by Geography 88
    • 12.2.1 Americas 89
    • 12.2.2 EMEA 91
    • 12.2.3 APAC 93
    • 12.2.4 Japan 95
  • 12.3 DRAM Market Analysis by End-Application 97
    • 12.3.1 IT/Computers 98
    • 12.3.2 Communications 100
    • 12.3.3 Consumer Electronics 102
    • 12.3.4 Industrial and Auto 104
    • 12.3.5 Other Applications 106

13 Flash Memory Market Analysis and Forecasts 108

  • 13.1 Flash Market Analysis by Product Types 108
    • 13.1.1 NAND Market, Global 109
    • 13.1.2 NAND Market Breakdown by Product Types, 2011 111
    • 13.1.3 NOR Market 113
  • 13.2 Flash Market Analysis by Geography 115
    • 13.2.1 Americas 116
    • 13.2.2 EMEA 118
    • 13.2.3 APAC 120
    • 13.2.4 Japan 122
  • 13.3 Flash Market Analysis by End-Application 124
    • 13.3.1 IT/Computers 125
    • 13.3.2 Communications 127
    • 13.3.3 Consumer Electronics 129
    • 13.3.4 Industrial and Auto 131
    • 13.3.5 Others Applications 133

14 Memory IC Market, Key Suppliers 135

  • 14.1 Memory IC Market - Competitive Landscape 135
  • 14.2 Memory ICs, Market Share 136
    • 14.2.1 DRAM 136
    • 14.2.2 Flash Memory 137
    • 14.2.3 SRAM 138

15 Memory IC Market, Key Company Profiles 139

  • 15.1 Samsung Electronics 139
    • 15.1.1 Samsung Electronics - Business Description 139
    • 15.1.2 Samsung Electronics - Key Memory Products 140
    • 15.1.3 Samsung Electronics - SWOT 140
    • 15.1.4 Samsung Electronics - Latest Developments 142
    • 15.1.5 Samsung Electronics - Mergers and Acquisitions 142
  • 15.2 SK Hynix Inc 142
    • 15.2.1 SK Hynix Inc - Business Description 143
    • 15.2.2 SK Hynix Inc - Key Products 143
    • 15.2.3 SK Hynix Inc - SWOT 144
    • 15.2.4 SK Hynix Inc - Latest Developments 145
  • 15.3 Toshiba Corporation 145
    • 15.3.1 Toshiba Corporation - Business Description 146
    • 15.3.2 Toshiba Corporation - Key Memory Products 147
    • 15.3.3 Toshiba Corporation - SWOT 147
    • 15.3.4 Toshiba Corporation - Latest Developments 149
    • 15.3.5 Toshiba Corporation - Mergers and Acquisitions 149
  • 15.4 Micron Technology, Inc 150
    • 15.4.1 Micron Technology, Inc - Business Description 150
    • 15.4.2 Micron Technology, Inc - Key Products 151
    • 15.4.3 Micron Technology, Inc - SWOT 151
    • 15.4.4 Micron Technology, Inc - Latest Developments 152
    • 15.4.5 Micron Technology, Inc - Mergers and Acquisitions 153
  • 15.5 Cypress Semiconductor Corporation 153
    • 15.5.1 Cypress Semiconductor Corp - Business Description 153
    • 15.5.2 Cypress Semiconductor Corp - Key Memory Products 154
    • 15.5.3 Cypress Semiconductor Corp - SWOT 154
    • 15.5.4 Cypress Semiconductor Corp - Latest Developments 155
  • 15.6 Nanya Technology Corporation 156
    • 15.6.1 Nanya Technology Corporation - Business Description 156
    • 15.6.2 Nanya Technology Corporation - Key Products 156
    • 15.6.3 Nanya Technology Corporation - SWOT 157
    • 15.6.4 Nanya Technology Corporation - Latest Developments 158

16 Appendix 159

  • 16.1 About GBI Research 159
  • 16.2 Glossary of Terms 159
  • 16.3 Bibliography 160
  • 16.4 Methodology 160
    • 16.4.1 Market Size Estimates 160
    • 16.4.2 Market Size Forecasts 161
    • 16.4.3 Geographies Discussed 161
    • 16.4.4 Coverage 161
    • 16.4.5 Secondary Research 161
    • 16.4.6 Primary Research 161
    • 16.4.7 Expert Panel Validation 162
  • 16.5 Contact Us 162
  • 16.6 Disclaimer 162

List of Tables

1.1 List of Tables

  • Table 1: Comparison of Key Memory ICs by Key Features 16
  • Table 2: SRAMs End- Applications 17
  • Table 3: Flash Memory End-Applications 17
  • Table 4: DRAMs End-Applications 18
  • Table 5: Porter's Five Forces Analysis, DRAM 25
  • Table 6: Porter's Five Forces Analysis, Flash Memory 26
  • Table 7: Porter's Five Forces Analysis, SRAM 26
  • Table 8: Memory ICs, Global, Sales Revenue ($bn), 2004-2016 29
  • Table 9: Memory ICs, Global, Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 31
  • Table 10: Memory IC Market Breakdown by Geography (%), 2011 33
  • Table 11: Memory ICs, Americas, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 36
  • Table 12: Memory ICs, EMEA, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 39
  • Table 13: Memory ICs, APAC, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 42
  • Table 14: Memory ICs, Japan, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 45
  • Table 15: Memory IC Market Breakdown by End-Application (%), 2011 47
  • Table 16: Memory ICs, IT/Computers, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 50
  • Table 17: Memory ICs, Communications, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 53
  • Table 18: Memory ICs, Consumer Electronics, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 56
  • Table 19: Memory ICs, Industrial and Auto, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 59
  • Table 20: Memory ICs, Other Applications, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (million), 2004-2016 62
  • Table 21: Memory IC Market Breakdown by Product Types (%), 2011 64
  • Table 22: Memory ICs, DRAM, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 67
  • Table 23: Memory ICs, Flash Memory, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 70
  • Table 24: Memory ICs, SRAM, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (million), 2004-2016 73
  • Table 25: Memory ICs, Other Product Types, Sales Revenue and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 76
  • Table 26: DRAM Market Breakdown by Product Types (%), 2011 and 2016 77
  • Table 27: DDR DRAM, Sales Revenue ($m) and Sales Volume (million), 2004-2016 79
  • Table 28: DDR2 DRAM, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 81
  • Table 29: DDR3 DRAM, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 83
  • Table 30: DDR4 DRAM, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 85
  • Table 31: Other DRAMs, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (million), 2004-2016 87
  • Table 32: DRAM Market Breakdown by Key Regions (%), 2011 88
  • Table 33: DRAM, Americas, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 90
  • Table 34: DRAM, EMEA, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 92
  • Table 35: DRAM, APAC, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 94
  • Table 36: DRAM, Japan, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 96
  • Table 37: DRAM Market Breakdown by End-Applications (%), 2011 97
  • Table 38: DRAM, IT/Computers, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 99
  • Table 39: DRAM, Communications, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 101
  • Table 40: DRAM, Consumer Electronics, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 103
  • Table 41: DRAM, Industrial and Auto, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 105
  • Table 42: DRAM, Other Applications, Sales Revenue ($m) and Sales Volume (million), 2004-2016 107
  • Table 43: Flash Memory Market Breakdown by Product Types (%), 2011 108
  • Table 44: Flash Memory, NAND, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 110
  • Table 45: NAND Market, Product Types by Storage Capacity, Breakdown (%) and Sales Revenue ($bn), 2011 112
  • Table 46: Flash Memory, NOR, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 114
  • Table 47: Flash Memory Market Breakdown by Geography (%), 2011 115
  • Table 48: Flash Memory, Americas, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 117
  • Table 49: Flash Memory, EMEA, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 119
  • Table 50: Flash Memory, APAC, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 121
  • Table 51: Flash Memory, Japan, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 123
  • Table 52: Flash Memory Market Breakdown by End-Application (%), 2011 124
  • Table 53: Flash Memory, IT/Computers, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 126
  • Table 54: Flash Memory, Communications, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 128
  • Table 55: Flash Memory, Consumer Electronics, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 130
  • Table 56: Flash Memory, Industrial and Auto, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (million), 2004-2016 132
  • Table 57: Flash Memory, Other Applications, Sales Revenue ($m) and Sales Volume (million), 2004-2016 134
  • Table 58: Global Memory Market, Competitive Landscape, 2011 135
  • Table 59: Samsung Electronics, Key Facts, 2011 139
  • Table 60: Samsung Electronics, Key Memory Products, 2011 140
  • Table 61: Samsung Electronics, SWOT Analysis 140
  • Table 62: SK Hynix Inc, Key Facts, 2011 142
  • Table 63: SK Hynix Inc, Key Products 143
  • Table 64: SK Hynix Inc, SWOT Analysis 144
  • Table 65: Toshiba Corporation, Key Facts, 2011 145
  • Table 66: Toshiba Corporation, Key Memory Products 147
  • Table 67: Toshiba Corporation, SWOT Analysis 147
  • Table 68: Micron Technology Inc, Key Facts, 2011 150
  • Table 69: Micron Technology Inc, Key Products 151
  • Table 70: Micron Technology Inc, SWOT Analysis 151
  • Table 71: Cypress Semiconductor Corporation, Key Facts, 2011 153
  • Table 72: Cypress Semiconductor Corporation, Key Memory Products 154
  • Table 73: Cypress Semiconductor Corp, SWOT Analysis 154
  • Table 74: Nanya Technology Corporation, Key Facts, 2011 156
  • Table 75: Nanya Technology Corporation, Key Products 156
  • Table 76: Nanya Technology Corp, SWOT Analysis 157
  • Table 77: Memory IC Market, Glossary of Terms 159

List of Figures

1.2 List of Figures

  • Figure 1: Memory IC, Classification by Types 13
  • Figure 2: DRAM Types 14
  • Figure 3: Memory IC Market, Key Drivers 20
  • Figure 4: Smartphones and Tablet PCs, Global, Sales Volume, 2011 - 2016 21
  • Figure 5: Memory ICs, Global, Sales Revenue ($bn), 2004-2016 28
  • Figure 6: Memory ICs, Global, Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 30
  • Figure 7: Memory IC Market Growth Prospects by Geography, 2011 32
  • Figure 8: Memory IC Market Breakdown by Geography (%), 2011 33
  • Figure 9: Memory ICs, Americas, Sales Revenue ($bn), 2004-2016 34
  • Figure 10: Memory ICs, Americas, Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 35
  • Figure 11: Memory ICs, EMEA, Sales Revenue ($bn), 2004-2016 37
  • Figure 12: Memory ICs, EMEA, Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 38
  • Figure 13: Memory ICs, APAC, Sales Revenue ($bn), 2004-2016 40
  • Figure 14: Memory ICs, APAC, Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 41
  • Figure 15: Memory ICs, Japan, Sales Revenue ($bn), 2004-2016 43
  • Figure 16: Memory ICs, Japan, Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 44
  • Figure 17: Memory IC Market Growth Prospects by End-Application, 2011 46
  • Figure 18: Memory IC Market Breakdown by End-Application (%), 2011 47
  • Figure 19: Memory ICs, IT/Computers, Sales Revenue ($bn), 2004-2016 48
  • Figure 20: Memory ICs, IT/Computers, Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 49
  • Figure 21: Memory ICs, Communications, Sales Revenue ($bn), 2004-2016 51
  • Figure 22: Memory ICs, Communications, Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 52
  • Figure 23: Memory ICs, Consumer Electronics, Sales Revenue ($bn), 2004-2016 54
  • Figure 24: Memory ICs, Consumer Electronics, Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 55
  • Figure 25: Memory ICs, Industrial and Automotive, Sales Revenue ($bn), 2004-2016 57
  • Figure 26: Memory ICs, Industrial and Automotive, Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 58
  • Figure 27: Memory ICs, Other Applications, Sales Revenue ($bn), 2004-2016 60
  • Figure 28: Memory ICs, Other Applications, Sales Volume (million), 2004-2016 61
  • Figure 29: Memory IC Market Growth Prospects by Product Types, 2011 63
  • Figure 30: Memory IC Market Breakdown by Product Types (%), 2011 64
  • Figure 31: Memory ICs, DRAM, Sales Revenue ($bn), 2004-2016 65
  • Figure 32: Memory ICs, DRAM, Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 66
  • Figure 33: Memory ICs, Flash Memory, Sales Revenue ($bn), 2004-2016 68
  • Figure 34: Memory ICs, Flash Memory, Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 69
  • Figure 35: Memory ICs, SRAM, Sales Revenue ($bn), 2004-2016 71
  • Figure 36: Memory ICs, SRAM, Sales Volume (million), 2004-2016 72
  • Figure 37: Memory ICs, Other Product Types, Sales Revenue ($bn), 2004-2016 74
  • Figure 38: Memory ICs, Other Product Types, Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 75
  • Figure 39: DRAM Market Breakdown by Product Types (%), 2011 and 2016 77
  • Figure 40: DDR DRAM, Sales Revenue ($m) and Sales Volume (million), 2004-2016 78
  • Figure 41: DDR2 DRAM, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 80
  • Figure 42: DDR3 DRAM, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 82
  • Figure 43: DDR4 DRAM, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 84
  • Figure 44: Other DRAMs, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (million), 2004-2016 86
  • Figure 45: DRAM Market Breakdown by Key Regions (%), 2011 88
  • Figure 46: DRAM, Americas, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 89
  • Figure 47: DRAM, EMEA, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 91
  • Figure 48: DRAM, APAC, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 93
  • Figure 49: DRAM, Japan, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 95
  • Figure 50: DRAM Market Breakdown by End-Applications (%), 2011 97
  • Figure 51: DRAM, IT/Computers, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 98
  • Figure 52: DRAM, Communications, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 100
  • Figure 53: DRAM, Consumer Electronics, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 102
  • Figure 54: DRAM, Industrial and Auto, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 104
  • Figure 55: DRAM, Other Applications, Sales Revenue ($m) and Sales Volume (million), 2004-2016 106
  • Figure 56: Flash Memory Market Breakdown by Product Types (%), 2011 108
  • Figure 57: Flash Memory, NAND, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 109
  • Figure 58: NAND Market Breakdown by Product Types , 2011 111
  • Figure 59: NAND, Product Types by Storage Capacity, Sales Revenue ($bn), 2011 112
  • Figure 60: Flash Memory, NOR, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 113
  • Figure 61: Flash Memory Market Breakdown by Geography (%), 2011 115
  • Figure 62: Flash Memory, Americas, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 116
  • Figure 63: Flash Memory, EMEA, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 118
  • Figure 64: Flash Memory, APAC, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 120
  • Figure 65: Flash Memory, Japan, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 122
  • Figure 66: Flash Memory Market Breakdown by End-Application (%), 2011 124
  • Figure 67: Flash Memory, IT/Computers, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 125
  • Figure 68: Flash Memory, Communications, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 127
  • Figure 69: Flash Memory, Consumer Electronics, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (billion), 2004-2016 129
  • Figure 70: Flash Memory, Industrial and Auto, Sales Revenue ($bn) and Sales Volume (million), 2004-2016 131
  • Figure 71: Flash Memory, Other Applications, Sales Revenue ($m) and Sales Volume (million), 2004-2016 133
  • Figure 72: DRAM Market, Key Suppliers, Market Share, 2011 136
  • Figure 73: Flash Memory Market, Key Suppliers, Market Share, 2011 137
  • Figure 74: SRAM Market, Key Suppliers, Market Share, 2011 138
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