Data Storage Technologies of the Future

NVRAMs, Flash, and Cloud Drive Opportunities in Storage Applications

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Data storage technologies (DSTs) are evolving with the exponential rise in the demand for high capacity and secured storage systems in the recent years. This is mainly due to the change in technological perception in the global community which focuses on facilitating simplified interaction with the latest innovations happening around as data forms an integral part of this transformation.From offering high-capacity storage capabilities along with providing secure and advanced data management systems, DSTs will be a driving force for majority of the technological advancements and trends in various industries. Advanced technologies and platforms such as wearable electronics, machine learning, artificial intelligen

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Scope of the Technology and Innovation Research1.2 Research Methodology1.3 Research Methodology Explained1.4 Key Research Findings2.0 Technology Landscape Assessment2.1 Technological Overview and Significance2.2 Journey of Data Storage2.3 Key Trending Applications – Industrial, Banking, Government, and Healthcare2.4 Key Trending Applications – Retail and IT Infrastructure2.5 Data Storage Technologies in the Limelight3.0 Assessment of Opportunities for Non-volatile Random Access Memory (NVRAM)3.1 Significance and Technology Classification of NVRAM3.2 Emergence of NVRAM Technologies3.3 Major Drivers for Development of NVRAMs3.4 Major Challenges for Adoption of NVRAMs3.5 Significance of MRAM3.6 STT-MRAM and Features3.7 Capabilities of FRAM3.8 Key Features of RRAM3.9 Emerging NRAM Technology3.10 Competency of PRAM Technology3.11 Patent Publication Trends3.12 Inference from Patent: Key Focus Areas3.13 Key Patent Holders Driving Innovation3.14 Key Industry Initiatives Driving Wide Scale Adoption of NVRAM3.15 Key Industry Initiatives – NRAM and ReRAM3.16 Profile of Key Innovations in MRAM3.17 Profile of Key Innovations in FRAM and ReRAM3.18 Key Futuristic Innovations 3.19 Examples of Implementation Cases of NVRAM in Mobile Computing, Smart Meters, and Wearables4.0 Assessment of Opportunities for Flash Memory4.1 Key Capabilities of Flash Memory in Data Storage4.2 Limitations of Traditional Flash Memories4.3 Major Drivers for Development of Flash Memory4.4 Major Challenges for Adoption of Flash Memory4.5 Key Competencies of NAND Type Flash Memory 4.6 Industry Developments in 3D NAND Flash4.7 Key Capabilities of 3D XPoint-based Flash Memory4.8 Key Challenges and Initiatives of 3D XPoint-based Flash Memory 4.9 Key Capabilities of SSDs4.10 Opportunities for SSD Storage4.11 Key Competency of Storage Devices Using Flash Memory – NVDIMM4.12 Opportunities for NVDIMM4.13 Key Capabilities of Enterprise Flash Memory 4.14 Patent Publication Trends4.15 Inference from Patent: Key Focus Areas4.16 Key Patent Holders Driving Innovation4.17 Key Innovations in Flash Memory – Tegile Systems and NGD Systems4.18 Key Innovations in Flash Memory – Nimble Storage and E8 Storage4.19 Examples of Implementation Cases of Flash in Retail and Healthcare4.20 Examples of Implementation Cases of Flash in Education4.21 Future of Flash Memory Storage – Non-volatile Memory Express (NVMe)4.22 Emerging Technology Roadmap – Forecast till 20215.0 Assessment of Opportunities for Cloud Storage5.1 Key Capabilities of Cloud Storage5.2 Limitations of Cloud Storage – Data Security, Complexity, and Latency5.3 Major Drivers for Development of Cloud Storage 5.4 Challenges Hindering Adoption of Cloud Storage5.5 Cloud Storage: Technology Segmentation5.6 Public vs. Private vs. Hybrid Storage Types5.7 Patent Publication Trends5.8 Inference from Patent: Key Focus Areas5.9 Key Patent Holders Driving Innovation5.10 Key Industry Initiatives – Cloud Storage5.11 Key Innovations in Cloud Storage5.12 Examples of Implementation Cases of Cloud Storage in Media Management, Legal and Education Sectors6.0 Future Growth Opportunities and Strategic Perspectives6.1 Future Growth Opportunities – Skyrmions, Helium, and Molecular Memory6.2 Future Growth Opportunities – Holographic Storage, Scanning Probe, and Nano Memory6.3 Future Prospects for DST – Forecast till 20226.4 From the Analyst’s Desk: What is the Nature of Competition and Global Adoption Scenario for Data Storage?6.5 From the Analyst’s Desk: What are Key Attractive Applications and Future Opportunities for Data Storage?7.0 Industry Contacts7.1 Key ContactsLegal Disclaimer

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