Explore Why the NAND Technology Market Has Grown to Sales of $16 Billion in Less Than Ten Years

DUBLIN, Ireland—(BUSINESS WIRE)—September 11, 2007— Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c68084) has announced the addition of "Understanding the NAND Market" to their offering.

NAND flash has grown from insignificant sales into a $16 billion market in less than ten years. This product, the fastest-growing technology in the history of the semiconductor market, is poised to displace DRAM as the leading semiconductor memory. Our report examines the NAND market, and explains how and why this technology has been able to grow so quickly, and projects what is likely to occur over the next five years. It will cover NAND makers and consumers, will explore the cost dynamics governing manufacturing and will evaluate end markets and market drivers. Readers will learn to understand all sides of the NAND market, and will learn strategies to participate in the market from any direction, make, buy, or sell. The study is based upon years of experience in the market, tight relationships with all buyers and sellers of the technology, and a keen understanding of the inner workings of NAND market dynamics.

Report breakdown

Executive Summary

How did NAND grow so quickly?

NAND cost analysis

NAND Makers (company profiles)

NAND Markets

Future markets

NAND Capacity

Alternatives to NAND

Key Success Factors in NAND

Summary

Companies mentioned:

- AMD

- Apple Computer

- Fujitsu

- Hynix

- Intel

- Micron Technology

- Numonyx

- Samsung

- SanDisk

- Spansion

- STMicroelectronics

- Toshiba

Products Mentioned:

- Blu-ray

- Books

- Cameras

- CD-Rs

- CD-RW

- CDs

- Cell phones

- DVD

- Flash cards

- Floppy Disks

- HD-DVD

- MP3 players

- NAND flash

- Solid State Drives

- USB flash drives

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c68084

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