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Worldwide Server DRAM DIMM by Workload Forecast, 2021-2025

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Worldwide Server DRAM DIMM by Workload Forecast, 2021-2025
Published: February 5, 2021 Content info: 18 Pages
Description

This IDC study presents an outlook for the server DRAM DIMM market for the 2021-2025 period. The DRAM industry dynamics and the server workload changes are aggregated, analyzed, and applied to this long-term DIMM forecast in terms of units and DRAM content per DIMM."COVID-19 environment creates low-density DIMM preference in the rise of workloads like IT infrastructure, content and collaboration, and web infrastructure. Public cloud penetration will accelerate, and new datacenter buildout will continue. IDC forecasts that the server DIMM market will return to normal growth pattern over forecast year after hypergrowth in 2020," said Soo-Kyoum Kim, associate vice president, IDC's Semiconductor Research Program.

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Product Code: US47398121

IDC Market Forecast Figure

Executive Summary

Advice for Technology Suppliers

Market Forecast

  • Server DRAM Demand by Workload
  • Server DRAM DIMM by Workload
  • Server DRAM DIMM by Density

Market Context

  • Drivers and Inhibitors
    • Drivers
      • Cloud Penetration Will Lead to More DIMM Consumption
      • 5G Will Need More Resources for Endpoints and Infrastructure for High-Quality Service
      • New Processor Architecture Will Lead to More DIMM Consumption
    • Inhibitors
      • COVID-19 and Macroeconomic Environment
      • The Buildout of New Datacenter Could Peak in 2022, But Upgrade Investment Will Go on Over the Forecast Year
      • The Monolithic 32Gb DRAM Chip May Be Introduced Later in Our Forecast
  • Significant Market Developments
  • Changes from Prior Forecast

Market Definition

  • Component-Related Definitions
  • Server Workload-Related Definitions

Methodology

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