ISES Memory Manufacturing webinar

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The International Semiconductor Executive Summits (ISES) provides many opportunities to learn, collaborate and engage with the global semiconductor supply chain and for MEMS & Sensors industry professionals through the MEMS world Summit. ISES is notoriously known to gather leaders from the semiconductor supply chain to collaborate and share ideas in a trusted network. Covering manufacturing, R&D, political, business, financial, research and industry leaders and decision makers all under one roof.  Due to the significant success of the ISES virtual webinar series in 2020 amidst the pandemic gathering hundreds of senior executives, The ISES webinar series provide opportunities for industry decision makers to uncover deep, expert insights into the Semiconductor, MEMS & Sensors industries remotely, without any need to travel.

The Semiconductor Memory Market size exceeded USD 100 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 13.8% from 2020 to 2026. The growing demand for smart devices and mobile phones worldwide will boost the market revenue.  Moreover, rising disposable income in developing economies and growing demand for internet across the globe will drive the market share.

With the market growth, we are excited to bring to our members the ISES Memory Manufacturing webinar on 30 March 2021 featuring Micron who will present on Micron’s  Smart Manufacturing; Spin Memory to discuss on MRAM Technologies and Applications, and ending with Yole giving insights of Memory Technologies and Market Trends.

Yole Développement will participate in the following:

Memory Technologies and Market Trends

On March 30th, 2021 from 09:15am to 09:40am,
Simone Bertolazzi, PhD, Technology & Market analyst, Yole Développement

Abstract : Continuous advancements in semiconductor memory are crucial for sustaining the ever-growing bit demand from modern data-centric societies. Amid COVID-19 and trade-war tensions, 2020 has been a year of growth for the memory industry with revenue growing by ~15% up to $122B. NAND and DRAM are the workhorse technologies, accounting together for 96% of the memory market. Despite rising technical challenges, they will continue scaling throughout the next decade both in terms of density and cost-per-bit. This talk will provide an overview on the stand-alone memory industry, discussing mainstream technologies and related markets, and will give insights into emerging non-volatile memory (NVM) business with a focus on manufacturing challenges and players’ dynamics.

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