Gartner Research

Forecast: NVDIMMs, Worldwide, 2017

Published: 29 September 2017

ID: G00332932

Analyst(s): Brady Wang, Alan Priestley

Summary

NVDIMM adoption in servers is forecast to be slow through 2019, but Gartner forecasts that by 2021, 38% of main server memory bits will be in nonvolatile memory devices. Technology strategic planners at memory vendors must plan to address this market transition.

Table Of Contents

Forecast Data

Analysis

  • NVDIMM Technology
  • In-Memory Compute Driving Need for Persistent Memory in Servers
  • Other Considerations

Assumptions

  • Channel and End-Market Demand
  • Enterprise Spending
  • System Design
  • Features and Functions
  • Functional Integration
  • Cost Reduction
  • Pricing Dynamics
  • Manufacturing Utilization
  • Capital Spending

Methodology

  • Market Definition

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