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Home > News > Nanostorage Market to Reach $65.7B by 2011

August 18th, 2004

Nanostorage Market to Reach $65.7B by 2011

Abstract:
By 2011 the market for nano-engineered information storage devices will be worth $65.7 billion, according
to a new report from NanoMarkets, LC, a leading nanotechnology industry analysis firm. The new report provides forecasts and analysis of the markets for MRAM, FRAM, holographic memory, ovonic unified memory, molecular memory, nanotube RAM, MEMS-based memory and polymer memory, all of which are expected
to generate initial revenues in the next couple of years.

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