Global Resistive Random Access Memory Market Outlook 2019-2024 – PSCS, Adesto, Crossbar …

The information with respect to a portion of the predominant players PSCS, Adesto, Crossbar, Fujitsu, Intel, Samsung Electronics, TSMC, Micron, SK …

Resistive Random Access Memory MarketThe worldwide “Resistive Random Access Memory Market” statistical surveying report is an inescapable research report that contacts the most imperative parts of the Resistive Random Access Memory platform that is important to be gotten a handle on by an expert or even a layman. The statistical surveying report illuminates one with respect to few of the imperative perspectives, for example, an outline of the Resistive Random Access Memory item, the development factors improving or hampering its advancement, application in the different fields, major ruling organizations, veritable certainties, monetary circumstance, and topographical examination.

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The exploration report enriches the information concerning the elements that impel the development and additionally the free market activity chain of the item on a worldwide premise. The information with respect to a portion of the predominant players PSCS, Adesto, Crossbar, Fujitsu, Intel, Samsung Electronics, TSMC, Micron, SK Hynix, SMIC, 4DS Memory, Weebit Nano is additionally point by point given in the present contextual analysis.

The universal and worldwide remain of the Resistive Random Access Memory advertise is additionally quickly referenced in the exploration report dependent on the performed measurable and careful market examination. The data referenced in the exploration report gives a subjective and quantitative perspective of the general market. The measurable examination of the market dissects the supply, request, generation, support, and capacity expenses of the item. Furthermore, The report presents a detailed segmentation 180 nm, 40nm, Others, Market Trend by Application Computer, IoT, Consumer Electronics, Medical, Others of the global market based on technology, product type, application, and various processes and systems.

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Chapter 1, Definition, Specifications and Classification of Resistive Random Access Memory, Applications of Resistive Random Access Memory, Market Segment by Regions;

Chapter 2, Manufacturing Cost Structure, Raw Material and Suppliers, Manufacturing Process, Industry Chain Structure;

Chapter 3, Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis of Resistive Random Access Memory, Capacity and Commercial Production Date, Manufacturing Plants Distribution, R&D Status and Technology Source, Raw Materials Sources Analysis;

Chapter 4, Overall Market Analysis, Capacity Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Price Analysis (Company Segment);

Chapter 5 and 6, Regional Market Analysis that includes United States, China, Europe, Japan, Korea & Taiwan, Resistive Random Access Memory Segment Market Analysis (by Type);

Chapter 7 and 8, The Resistive Random Access Memory Segment Market Analysis (by Application) Major Manufacturers Analysis of Resistive Random Access Memory ;

Chapter 9, Market Trend Analysis, Regional Market Trend, Market Trend by Product Type 180 nm, 40nm, Others, Market Trend by Application Computer, IoT, Consumer Electronics, Medical, Others;

Chapter 10, Regional Marketing Type Analysis, International Trade Type Analysis, Supply Chain Analysis;

Chapter 11, The Consumers Analysis of Global Resistive Random Access Memory ;

Chapter 12, Resistive Random Access Memory Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix, methodology and data source;

Chapter 13, 14 and 15, Resistive Random Access Memory sales channel, distributors, traders, dealers, Research Findings and Conclusion, appendix and data source.

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The Power Management IC (PMIC) Market is anticipated to reach USD 58.4 billion by 2026

The companies operating in the power management integrated circuits market include Infineon Technologies AG, Dialog Semiconductor PLC, Linear …

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Power Management IC (PMIC) Market, [By Type (Motor Control IC, Battery Management IC, Voltage Regulator, Integrated ASSP Power Management IC, Others); By End-User (Automotive, Consumer Electronics, Industrial, Building and Automation, Retail, Healthcare, Others); By Region]: Market Size & Forecast, 2018 – 2026

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The Power Management IC (PMIC) Market is anticipated to reach USD 58.4 billion by 2026. In 2017, the consumer electronics end-user segment dominated the global power management integrated circuits market, in terms of revenue. Asia-Pacific is expected to be the leading contributor to the global market revenue during the forecast period.

The increasing demand for battery operated devices and growing penetration of electric vehicles has boosted the adoption of power management integrated circuits. Growing need for energy efficient equipment, depleting fuel resources, and increasing need to reduce energy consumption further supports the growth of power management integrated circuits market. Additionally, the increasing adoption of energy harvesting equipment, and advancements in next generation mobile networks such as 3G, 4G, and 5G would boost market growth during the forecast period. Other factors supporting market growth include supportive government regulations, increasing awareness, and technological advancements. Increasing adoption of data centers, development of Big Data and IoT technologies, and increasing demand for consumer electronics further boosts the market growth.

Asia-Pacific generated the highest revenue in the market in 2017, and is expected to lead the global power management integrated circuits market throughout the forecast period. The increasing awareness among consumers, and rising environmental concerns drive the market growth in the region. The increasing penetration of electric vehicles, and growing applications in the automotive sector supports the market growth in this segment. The increasing use of Power Management Integrated Circuits in building and home automation, and consumer electronics further supports power management integrated circuits market market growth. The rapid penetration of IoT devices, rising adoption of data centers, advancements in next generation mobile networks such as 3G, 4G, and 5G further fuels the growth of the market.

The companies operating in the power management integrated circuits market include Infineon Technologies AG, Dialog Semiconductor PLC, Linear Technology Corporation, STMicroelectronics N.V., Texas Instruments Inc., Maxim Integrated Products, Inc., NXP Semiconductors, Renesas Electronics Corp., ON Semiconductor Corp., and Fairchild Semiconductor International, Inc.. These companies launch new products and collaborate with other market leaders to innovate and launch new products to meet the increasing needs and requirements of consumers.

Table of Contents

1.Overview and Scope

1.1.Research goal & scope

1.2.Research assumptions

1.3.Research Methodology

1.3.1.Primary data sources

1.3.2.Secondary data sources

1.4.Key take-away


2.Executive Summary

2.1.Market Definition

2.2.Market Segmentation

3.Power Management Integrated Circuits Market Insights

3.1.Power Management Integrated Circuits – Industry snapshot

3.2.Power Management Integrated Circuits – Ecosystem analysis

3.3.Power Management Integrated Circuits Market Dynamics

3.3.1.Power Management Integrated Circuits – Market Forces Management Integrated Circuits Market Driver Analysis Management Integrated Circuits Market Restraint/Challenges analysis Management Integrated Circuits Market Opportunity Analysis

3.4.Industry analysis – Porter’s five force

3.4.1.Bargaining power of supplier

3.4.2.Bargaining power of buyer

3.4.3.Threat of substitute

3.4.4.Threat of new entrant

3.4.5.Degree of competition

3.5.Power Management Integrated Circuits Market PEST Analysis, 2016

3.6.Power Management Integrated Circuits Market Value Chain Analysis

3.7.Power Management Integrated Circuits Industry Trends

3.8.Competitive Ranking Analysis

4.Power Management Integrated Circuits Market Size and Forecast by Type, 2018-2026

4.1.Key Findings

4.2.Motor Control IC

4.3.Battery Management IC

4.4.Voltage Regulator

4.5.Integrated ASSP Power Management IC


5.Power Management Integrated Circuits Market Size and Forecast by End-User, 2018-2026

5.1.Key Findings


5.3.Consumer Electronics


5.5.Building and Automation





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Global Internet of Things (IoT) Integration Market 2019 Industry Analysis – TATA CONSULTANCY …


Latest market research review titled Global Internet of Things (IoT) Integration Market 2018 by Manufacturers, Countries, Type and Application, Forecast to 2023 from will offer significant estimates for the period between 2018 and 2023. The market report is now an important source for the stakeholders to make good of it. There is no doubt that this report would provide the futuristic growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) Integration market based on the past data and the present state of the industry. In this report, participants and principals of the industry are analyzed besides product type and geological areas. It covers worldwide market along with extra and needed data that are crucial factors.

Growth Drivers and Industry Trends:

The researchers have added driving factors behind market, challenges, and restraints. Growth in demand from end-user industries is projected to provide boundless growth opportunities to the industry players. The global Internet of Things (IoT) Integration market has been geographically segmented into North America (United States, Canada and Mexico), Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy), Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia), South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia etc.), Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa). Each region is analyzed along with its product price, profit, capacity, production, supply, demand, and market growth rate and forecast, etc. According to study researchers, an increase in competition from regional players and regulatory framework across different areas of the world could restrain the market growth in the future.


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Applications covered in the report are : Intelligent Building, Intelligent Medical, Energy, Utilities, Industrial Production, Smart Retail, ,

The global market is segmented based on product, form, end-user industry, and geography. The report concentrates on the profits that end-use industries will derive from different opportunities. From investors to private equity firms as well as suppliers, distributors, venture investors, and new entrants, this report will help everyone. Because our experts have ensured that this report is a must-read for anyone in the market. Top rivals are broadly profiled and their shares are also included.


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The World Utility & Energy Analytics Market 2019-2024: Leading Players are Oracle, Capgemini …

The “Utility and Energy Analytics Market – Growth, Trends, and Forecast … It is important to mine the values of these data fully and Big Data analytics …


The “Utility and Energy Analytics Market – Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2019 – 2024)” report has been added to’s offering.

The utility and energy analytics market was valued at USD 286.8 million in 2018, and it is expected to reach a value of USD 980.5 million by 2024, at a CAGR of 24.9%, over the forecast period (2019-2024).

Developed countries continue to consume vast amounts of energy, while the demand is increasing in developing countries. The increased demand is caused in part by the rise in population and by economic development.

In a utility and energy company, there are many sources of Big Data, such as grid equipment, weather data, smart meters, measurements from power systems, GIS data, and data related to asset management. Companies are using this data to bring in operational efficiencies and manage energy demand for end consumers.

The unprecedented explosion of data from the smart meter and smart grid programs, combined with the increasingly complex data retention requirements from regulators and a changing competitive landscape have created new challenges and opportunities for the transmission and distribution companies.

Poor data quality and integration, patchy ownership of data across processes, and fragmented use of analytics are among the prominent challenges that trouble any energy company. Thus, finding a proper analytics approach to a problem and embedding its core competencies for decision making is a challenge of its own.

Key Market Trends

Meter Operation Accounts for a Significant Share of Analytics Application

Earlier, utilities used to read meters once per month. However, some have transitioned to capturing meter data every 15 minutes, as well as every hour of every day. As a result, the terabyte of data containing valuable behavioral aspects of the consumer is generated every hour. It is important to mine the values of these data fully and Big Data analytics has become a significant contributor to this industry.

The insights uncovered through analytics will help in creating behavioral patterns of the consumers, which will in turn help with developing new meter rate plans and services for customers.

Moreover, with the advent of smart meters, the demand for analytics in the industry has increased with smart meters automating and stimulating usage data generation. In the United Kingdom, with the foundation for smart metering in place, energy utilities are favoring installation, and support mandated interactions with the Data Communications Company (DCC).

North America Dominates the Market

North America is one of the leading adopters of analytics solutions and is considered to be one of the largest markets for utility and energy analytics. The demand in North America is mainly driven by a higher focus on innovations through R&D and technology advancement in the developed economies, such as the United States and Canada.

The region’s large consumption of energy is also supporting the growth of the market. Moreover, the region has a strong foothold of vendors in the market. Some of them include IBM Corporation, Oracle Corporation, BuildingIQ, and SAS Institute Inc., among others.

Competitive Landscape

The market is highly fragmented with the emergence of new startups offering a broad range of innovative solutions, catering to diverse energy and utility sector requirements. The market is witnessing intensifying competitive rivalry, which is expected to further rise over and beyond the forecast period. The major players dominating the market are Oracle Corporation, Capgemini SE, ABB Corporation, IBM Corporation, and CA Technologies.

Recent Developments

  • March 2019 – Capgemini launched the Unified Commerce Solution for Grocery, a new Salesforce Fullforce solution designed to help grocers capture loyalty in the rapidly expanding online grocery market, by improving the ordering experience.
  • March 2019 – GE announced the launch order for its new GT26 HE (high efficiency) gas turbine upgrade with Uniper for the utility’s Enfield Power Station in greater London.
  • February 2019 – Siemens Canada and Nova Scotia Power (NSP) collaborated to develop and demonstrate smart grid technology to better manage the province’s electricity and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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1.1 Study Deliverables

1.2 Study Assumptions

1.3 Scope of the Study




4.1 Market Overview

4.2 Introduction to Market Drivers and Restraints

4.3 Market Drivers

4.3.1 Rising Demand for Energy & Increasing Emphasis on a Greener Environment

4.3.2 Growing Consumer Focus on Energy Consumption Pattern Analysis

4.4 Market Restraints

4.4.1 Security Concerns & Compatibility Issues to Challenge the Market Growth

4.5 Value Chain Analysis

4.6 Industry Attractiveness – Porter’s Five Forces Analysis


5.1 By Deployment

5.1.1 Cloud

5.1.2 On-Premise

5.1.3 Hybrid Cloud

5.2 By Type

5.2.1 Software

5.2.2 Services

5.3 By Application

5.3.1 Meter Operation

5.3.2 Load Forecasting

5.3.3 Demand Response

5.3.4 Distribution Planning

5.3.5 Other Applications

5.4 Geography

5.4.1 North America

5.4.2 Europe

5.4.3 Asia-Pacific

5.4.4 South America

5.4.5 Middle East & Africa


6.1 Company Profiles

6.1.1 Oracle Corporation

6.1.2 Capgemini SE

6.1.3 ABB Corporation

6.1.4 IBM Corporation

6.1.5 CA Technologies

6.1.6 SAS Institute Inc.

6.1.7 Siemens AG

6.1.8 Schneider Electric SE

6.1.9 SAP SE

6.1.10 BuildingIQ Inc.

6.1.11 Teradata Corporation



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What is the IIoT?

Conversations about the IIoT often stray into discussions about Big Data, machine learning, and predictive analytics – all of which can aid the proper …

First things first – the term IIoT refers to the industrial internet of things, a network of smart sensors and analysis tools which enhance ongoing production processes by leveraging data. You may also have heard the term Industry 4.0, which is pretty much the same thing: the end of the era of so-called dumb machines, and the rise of smart, interconnected industrial equipment.

Conversations about the IIoT often stray into discussions about Big Data, machine learning, and predictive analytics – all of which can aid the proper use of the data gathered through machine-to-machine communication.

Back to the beginnings of IIoT

In their latest information technology report, Gartner have revealed that 53 per cent of oil and gas companies have failed to implement IIoT technology, and are not planning to do so. This is a massive issue for the oil and gas industry, with billions of dollars worth of revenue stuck in uncommunicative plants. With the majority of companies yet to jump on the bandwagon, the real changes in IIoT will occur in two place: with those companies at the forefront of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and with those yet to be persuaded to commit to it.

Reading all this as a decision-maker in a company without a robust IIoT strategy may feel like being presented with an insurmountable obstacle – but beginning to work with IIoT is a simple transition. Many solution providers have entry-level packages available, and often, this is no more complicated than simply implementing a system of sensors and processors to allow equipment to communicate. The data provided by this system can then be stored, analysed, and accessed on an interface that is also connected to the network of sensors.

The IIoT tug-of-war

The evolving nature of IIoT’s leading edge is both a blessing and a curse for those oil and gas companies looking to implement new strategies. On the one hand, the ever-changing operating models mean that older and simpler technologies are becoming more comprehensive and affordable. On the other, many models are becoming obsolete at a faster and faster rate. Perhaps this constant drive to succeed is one of the reasons that so many companies, all of whom are aware of the IIoT, are simply refusing to start their journeys.

Without IIoT in place, decision-making units within oil and gas companies are relying on smaller data sets, which can often involve a significant amount of guesswork. Even within companies with huge volumes of data, the inability to properly leverage that information can significant stymie attempts to improve business processes.

Building up IIoT connections

We’ve already discussed the implementation of sensors as the first step in an IIoT strategy – but once you’ve connected all your assets – from those out in the field to those in your main facility – what happens next?

With remote and automatic monitoring now possible, the next step is to establish a cloud environment that is sufficient to manage the data and provide some insights that would otherwise be difficult to arrive at. Predictive analytics within your enterprise should now be functioning holistically, with most of your equipment connected to your cloud or IT system.

However, as soon as materials, products, or fuel leave your facility – your IIoT strategy becomes obsolete. Connecting the entire supply chain should be the next priority. Predictive analytics can then apply to everything from the schedule according to which replacement parts are ordered, to when fuel transports should depart. The ultimate goal should be complete connectivity, including offshore plants, vehicles, logistics, and intercontinental data transfer.

The Cloud: an IIoT bastion

With data at the centre of all decision-making processes within any type of company, data should be centrally-accessible from all points along the chain. Once the glut of industrial data can be managed to the extent that IIoT applications can make recommendations on the back of it, the benefits to the operation should become swiftly apparent. Process implementation will take place in a fraction of the time, analytics engines will be able to work with multiple often seemingly-incomparable data types, and storing vast amounts of data for auditing and regulatory purposes far simpler.

According to Gartner’s report, some businesses are only harnessing 30 per cent of the value inherent to their collected and stored data – due primarily to not being able to asses their business processes supported by data. An easier way to describe this problem is that of data lakes becoming stagnant data swamps: bigger isn’t necessarily better – it depends on how you use it.

IIoT and the bottom line

We’ve already seen the extent to which IIoT can unlock revenue trapped in badly-utilised data. According to McKinsey, the total value that could be released in the next five years if all O&G make efforts to employ IIoT is somewhere between four and 11 trillion US dollars. So in what other ways can IIoT help release this?

Oft-overlooked, HS&E can cost companies a vast amount of money if improperly managed – not counting the enormous human price of serious breaches of health and safety. Oil and gas is frequently referred to as the most dangerous industry in which to work, and the remote nature of so many sites only exacerbates the risk to life, and the cost of safeguarding employees and assets. One major benefit of the IIoT is that predictive maintenance functions can completely negate costly, high-risk inspection journeys – and help plan the safest and most timely points during the year that travel should be attempted. With hundreds of incidents around extraction sites every year, minimising the human element as much as possible protects workers, those responsible for them, and the company coffers.

Transportation is another key area for IIoT improvements, as tracking the progress and location of vehicles can not only help with predictive analytics such as departures and fuel consumption, but can also help combat fuel adulteration and theft – as it becomes impossible for product to go off-grid. Real-time updates supported by multiple connections such as GPS and mobile, can also minimise downtime during failures and ensure maintenance and repair occurs as soon as possible.

IIoT classifications

As an all-encompassing, company-wide initiative, an IIoT strategy is often split into separate departments or areas. There are, of course, no consistent breakdowns, but a common distinction that we at Oil & Gas IQ use is as follows:

Intelligent maintenance

Intelligence maintenance is the element of IIoT that prioritises the management systems used to reduce unexpected downtime, and minimise breakdown frequency. This usually applies to the pre-existing management systems and assets.


This can apply both to buildings and machines, from auto-heating and lighting, to increasing precision during production. New solutions have been able to monitor temperature and humidity in both workspaces and pipelines, as well as transportation and wells: there really is no part of the business that cannot benefit from automation.

Machine-machine communication

This subset deals with the communication between assets without human intervention. With the rise of mobile devices and the mechanisms now in place for data transmission across series of networks, technologies such as telemetry, robotics, and low-code are now far more prevalent.


Rather than simply relying on human discretion, or inferences drawn from incomplete data sets – IIoT can fully transform the logistics process – from orders of components and lubricants to predicting the point of failure and replacement of heavy machinery.

So, why do we need to invest in the IIoT?

Of all industries, oil and gas is one of the most asset-heavy and data-rich. It is high-risk, employs tens of thousands of people within individual companies, and has some of the longest supply chains in the world. Data is constantly being pulled and collected in hugely-varying packets from myriad sources, making it extremely difficult to standardise and analyse. IIoT strategies can provide data virtualisation to homogenise data sets, and can store vast amounts of information on the Cloud.

Many of the greatest risks to both life and profits in oil and gas are time sensitive, but without the IIoT, it is impossible for solutions to be effectively implemented. The adoption of IIoT applications will improve business efficiency, safety, capex and opex, and reduce the negative effects of having assets spread over a wide area. It’s an inevitable transformation – let’s just hope none of us get left behind.

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