DUBLIN, IRELAND: Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) Market to 2020 - Netbooks, Laptops and Smart Phones to Fuel DDR2 and DDR3 Growth" report to its offering.
Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) Market to 2020 - Netbooks, Laptops and Smart phones to Fuel DDR2 and DDR3 Growth provides the key information and analysis on the market opportunities in the DRAM industry.
The report covers the latest information on the revenue and volume of the DRAM Market The report provides a product - based forecast of DRAM up to 2020. The report covers the key market trends and growth forecasts for a wide range of DRAM applications that include the computing, communication, consumer electronics and infrastructure sectors.
It also provides an analysis on the basis of geography up to 2020. Governments across the world are taking initiatives to come up with regulatory frameworks that support the promotion and development of efficient technologies. Governments have offered a number of measures to serve DRAM companies and to promote the DRAM market across the globe.
The authors predict that the Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) industry will experience robust growth in revenues throughout 2010. Worldwide DRAM revenue is expected to near $40 billion in 2010, up 81 percent from $22 billion in 2009.
Global DRAM sales volumes are forecast to go from 11 billion in 2009 to 16 billion by 2010. Both DRAM shipments and Average Selling Prices (ASPs) are anticipated to surge in 2010 due to stronger-than-estimated demand for Personal Computers (PCs) and mobiles.
DRAM demand in consumer electronics is anticipated to have accelerated growth from 2010 onwards
The global DRAM market for consumer electronics is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.3 percent during the forecast period 2010-2020. The advanced technology and small form factor of DRAM makes it the first choice for use in consumer electronics, including in printers, car navigators, mobile phones, smart phones, gaming consoles, laptops and DVDs, among others.
Windows 7 is likely to spur the demand for DRAM.
Windows 7 OS is likely to increase PC sales thus giving a significant boost to the demand for DRAM. PC sales have a strong correlation to DRAM consumption, with computers being the largest consumers of DRAM.