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Global and China Memory Industry Report, 2019-2025

  • ID: 4770526
  • Report
  • May 2019
  • Region: Global, China
  • 145 Pages
  • Research In China
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The global memory market size will hit USD270.6 billion in 2025, at a CAGR of 8.4% between 2018 and 2025

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  • Digital Optics
  • KANTATSU
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In 2018, the global memory market was worth USD153.4 billion, surging by 23.7% from a year earlier thanks to rising prices as a result of robust demand from mobile phones and cloud services and a higher supplier concentration. Global memory demand will continue to increase as emerging technologies such as AI, AR/VR, and internet of things (IoT) rise and downstream sectors like consumer and automotive electronics need much more.

Memories are led by DRAM and Flash. Dynamic random access memory (DRAM) is used the most widely in systems for its excellent performance and lower cost than its peers in spite of volatility when powered down. In 2018, the global DRAM market was valued at USD94.8 billion or so, a 30.2% jump on the previous year; Flash memory chip, the most common non-volatile memory, finds the broadest application in mass storage field because it is non-volatile even if power is turned off. In 2018, NAND Flash sales leaped by 14.4% to USD56.3 billion on an annualized basis; NOR Flash sales were approximately USD1.9 billion; the market size of other memories (including static random-access memory (SRAM)) reached a combined roughly USD400 million.

Memory market segments vary in competitive pattern. In the global DRAM market, Samsung Electronics remains the bellwether sweeping 46% market shares, and its four DRAM plants all with 12-inch production lines can produce 395,000 units a month; another Korean vendor SK Hynix branching out from Hyundai Technology, takes a 28% share, making itself the world’s second-largest DRAM vendor, with an 8-inch wafer production line and two 12-inch lines in Korea, an 8-inch line in Oregon, the US and a 12-inch line in Wuxi, China; America’s Micron Technology is in the third-place commanding 21% of the market and boasting a DRAM capacity of about 340,000 units per month after acquiring ELPIDA and Rexchip and integrating Inotera Memories’ capacity.

As for NAND Flash, the global market has been monopolized by five vendors, i.e., Samsung, Toshiba, Micron, SK Hynix and Western Digital, with the CR5 reaching a staggering 98%. Samsung Electronics whose NAND Flash capacity stands at 560,000 units per month has decided to expand Phase II of its plant in Xi’an city, China for a larger NAND Flash capacity. Toshiba and Western Digital will keep their partnership, with a collective capacity of 510,000 units per month; Toshiba’s Fab 6 still under construction will start 96-layer 3D NAND capacity expansion plan; also, its Fab 7 has been kicked off, and will become operational in the second half of 2019 for producing 96-layer-above 3D NAND and go into mass production in 2020. Micron has a monthly capacity of 350,000 units and proposes the construction of Phase III of its fab. SK Hynix will build another new plant, M15, on the site of its existing plant in Cheongju, Korea, to produce 96-layer-above 3D NAND, and put it into use in 2019, with a monthly capacity of 50,000 units. Chinese player Yangtze Memory Technologies Co., Ltd. under Tsinghua Unigroup will see the capacity of its manufacturing base in Wuhan City reach 150,000 units at the end of 2019.

Global & China Memory Industry Report, 2019-2025 highlights the following:

  • Memory overview (definition and classification, industry chain and technology roadmap);
  • Memory applications (mobile phone, tablet PC, notebook computer and server);
  • Memory industry (market size and segments (DRAM, NAND Flash, NOR Flash, etc.));
  • 14 memory vendors (Samsung Electronics, SK Hynix, Micron, etc.) (operation, main products, production layout, output and sales, development strategy, etc.)
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ALPS
  • Digital Optics
  • KANTATSU
  • Mitsumi Electric
  • Powerlogics
  • Shine Tech
  • MORE

1 CMOS Camera Module Industry
1.1 CMOS Camera Module Industry Chain
1.2 Technology Route
1.3 CMOS Camera Module Industry
1.3.1 Market Size
1.3.2 Competitive Landscape
1.4 Mobile Phone CCM Market
1.4.1 Global Mobile Phone Market
1.4.2 Mobile CCM Market Size
1.4.3 Competitive Landscape
1.4.4 Future Development Trend
1.5 Automotive CCM Market
1.5.1 Market Size
1.5.2 Competitive Landscape
1.6 Dual Camera
1.6.1 Overview
1.6.2 Market
1.6.3 Competitive Landscape
1.7 3D Imaging
1.7.1 Overview
1.7.2 Market

2 CMOS Image Sensor Industry
2.1 CIS Overview and Technology Route
2.2 CIS Market Size
2.3 CIS Supply Chain
2.4 Competitive Landscape

3 Optical Lens Industry
3.1 Overview
3.2 Competitive Landscape
3.3 Development Direction

4 VCM Industry
4.1 Introduction to VCM
4.2 Market Size
4.3 Competitive Landscape

5 AA Equipment Industry
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Market Size
5.3 Competitive Landscape

6 CMOS Image Sensor Vendors
6.1 Sony
6.1.1 Profile
6.1.2 Operation
6.1.3 Revenue Structure
6.1.4 CMOS Products and Applications
6.2 Samsung Electronics
6.2.1 Profile
6.2.2 Operation
6.2.3 Revenue Structure
6.2.4 CMOS Products and Applications
6.3 Omnivision
6.3.1 Profile
6.3.2 Major Products
6.3.3 Latest Products and Applications
6.4 ON-SEMI
6.4.1 Profile
6.4.2 Operation
6.4.3 Revenue Structure
6.4.4 Image Sensor Business
6.5 Galaxycore Microelectronics
6.5.1 Profile
6.5.2 Major Products
6.5.3 Dynamics
6.6 SuperPix Micro Technology
6.6.1 Profile
6.6.2 Operation
6.6.3 Revenue Structure
6.6.4 Major Products

7 Optical Lens Vendors
7.1 Largan Precision
7.1.1 Profile
7.1.2 Operation
7.1.3 Revenue Structure
7.1.4 Largan (Dongguan) Photoelectric Co, Ltd.
7.1.5 Suzhou Largan Precision Co, Ltd.
7.2 GeniuS Electronic Optical (GSEO)
7.2.1 Profile
7.2.2 Operation
7.2.3 Revenue Structure
7.2.4 GeniuS Electronic Optical (Xiamen) Co, Ltd.
7.2.5 Giant Electronic Optical (Xiamen) Co, Ltd
7.3 Asia Optical
7.3.1 Profile
7.3.2 Operation
7.3.3 Revenue Structure
7.3.4 Major Products
7.3.5 Dongguan Sintai Optical Co, Ltd.
7.3.6 Sintai Optical (Shenzhen) Co, Ltd.
7.4 Newmax Technology
7.4.1 Profile
7.4.2 Operation
7.4.3 Major Products
7.4.4 Neoptic Co., Ltd
7.5 Ability Opto-Electronics Technology (AOET)
7.5.1 Profile
7.5.2 Operation
7.5.3 Revenue Structure
7.5.4 Output & Sales Volume
7.6 KANTATSU
7.6.1 Profile
7.6.2 Major Products
7.6.3 Layout in China
7.7 Digital Optics
7.7.1 Profile
7.7.2 Operation
7.7.3 Revenue Structure
7.7.4 Output & Sales Volume
7.8 Glorytek
7.8.1 Profile
7.8.2 Operation
7.8.3 Revenue Structure
7.8.4 Major Products
7.8.5Glorytek (Suzhou) Co, Ltd.
7.9 SEKONIX
7.9.1 Profile
7.9.2 Operation
7.9.3 Output & Sales Volume
7.9.4 Weihai Sekonix Optical Electronics Co, Ltd.
7.10 Korea Optical
7.10.1 Profile
7.10.2 Operation
7.10.3 Lianchuang Electronic Technology’s Stake in Korea Optical
7.10.4 Rongcheng KOLEN Optical Co, Ltd.
7.11 FUJINON
7.11.1 Profile
7.11.2 Fujifilm Opt-Electronics (Tianjin) Co, Ltd.
7.11.3 Fujifilm Opt-Electronics (Shenzhen) Co, Ltd.

8 VCM Vendors
8.1 ALPS
8.1.1 Profile
8.1.2 Business Performance
8.1.3 Revenue Structure
8.2 Hysonic
8.2.1 Profile
8.2.2 Major Products
8.3 Jahwa Electronics
8.3.1 Profile
8.3.2 Business Performance
8.3.3 Revenue Structure
8.3.4 Output & Sales Volume
8.4 Mitsumi Electric
8.4.1 Profile
8.4.2 Operation

9 Camera Module Vendors
9.1 Chicony
9.1.1 Profile
9.1.2 Operation
9.1.3 Revenue Structure
9.1.4 Operation in China
9.2 O-Film
9.2.1 Profile
9.2.2 Business Performance
9.2.3 Revenue Structure
9.2.4 Output & Sales Volume
9.2.5 Acquisition of Sony Electronics Huanan Co, Ltd.
9.3 Q-TECH
9.3.1 Profile
9.3.2 Business Performance
9.3.3 Sales
9.4 LG INNOTEK
9.4.1 Profile
9.4.2 Operation
9.4.3 Revenue Structure
9.4.4 Camera Module Business
9.4.5 Production
9.5 Cowell
9.5.1 Profile
9.5.2 Business Performance
9.5.3 Revenue Structure
9.5.4 Shipment
9.6 Truly International
9.6.1 Profile
9.6.2 Operation
9.6.3 Revenue Structure
9.6.4 Main Business
9.7 BYD
9.7.1 Profile
9.7.2 Major Products
9.8 LITEON
9.8.1 Profile
9.8.2 Operation
9.8.3 Revenue Structure
9.8.4 Output & Sales Volume
9.8.5 Operation in China
9.9 Primax
9.9.1 Profile
9.9.2 Operation
9.9.3 Revenue Structure
9.9.4 Output & Sales Volume
9.9.5 Production Layout
9.10 SEMCO
9.10.1 Profile
9.10.2 Business Performance
9.10.3 Revenue Structure
9.10.4 Samsung High Tech Electro-Mechanics (Tianjin) Co, Ltd.
9.11 Partron
9.11.1 Profile
9.11.2 Business Performance
9.11.3 Revenue Structure
9.11.4 Production Layout
9.12 Sunny Optical
9.12.1 Profile
9.12.2 Business Performance
9.12.3 Revenue Structure
9.12.4 Output & Sales Volume
9.13 CAMMSYS
9.13.1 Profile
9.13.2 Business Performance
9.13.3 Production 
9.13.4 SUN YANG DNT. Co, Ltd
9.14 Powerlogics
9.14.1 Profile
9.14.2 Business Performance
9.14.3 Production
9.14.4 Layout
9.15 MCNEX
9.15.1 Profile
9.15.2 Business Performance
9.15.3 Revenue Structure
9.15.4 Production 
9.15.5 MCNEX (Shanghai) Electronics Co, Ltd.
9.16 Globaloptics
9.16.1 Profile
9.16.2 Operation
9.17 Shine Tech
9.17.1 Profile
9.17.2 Operation

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  • ALPS
  • Ability Opto-Electronics Technology (AOET)
  • Asia Optical
  • BYD
  • CAMMSYS
  • Chicony
  • Cowell
  • Digital Optics
  • Dongguan Sintai Optical Co, Ltd.
  • FUJINON
  • Fujifilm Opt-Electronics (Shenzhen) Co, Ltd.
  • Fujifilm Opt-Electronics (Tianjin) Co, Ltd.
  • Galaxycore Microelectronics
  • GeniuS Electronic Optical (GSEO)
  • GeniuS Electronic Optical (Xiamen) Co, Ltd.
  • Giant Electronic Optical (Xiamen) Co, Ltd
  • Globaloptics
  • Glorytek
  • Glorytek (Suzhou) Co, Ltd.
  • Hysonic
  • Jahwa Electronics
  • KANTATSU
  • Korea Optical
  • LG INNOTEK
  • LITEON
  • Largan (Dongguan) Photoelectric Co, Ltd.
  • Largan Precision
  • MCNEX
  • MCNEX (Shanghai) Electronics Co, Ltd.
  • Mitsumi Electric
  • Newmax Technology
  • O-Film
  • ON-SEMI
  • Omnivision
  • Partron
  • Powerlogics
  • Primax
  • Q-TECH
  • Rongcheng KOLEN Optical Co, Ltd.
  • SEKONIX
  • SEMCO
  • SUN YANG DNT. Co, Ltd
  • Samsung Electronics
  • Samsung High Tech Electro-Mechanics (Tianjin) Co, Ltd.
  • Shine Tech
  • Sintai Optical (Shenzhen) Co, Ltd.
  • Sony
  • Sunny Optical
  • SuperPix Micro Technology
  • Suzhou Largan Precision Co, Ltd.
  • Truly International
  • Weihai Sekonix Optical Electronics Co, Ltd.
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