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        FTaiwan Memory Industry: Past, Present, and Future
        台灣記憶體產業之過去、現在、未來
        • 2014/09/05
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        Stephen Su, General Director of IEK, was invited to share “Taiwan Memory Industry: Past, Present, and Future” at the SEMICON Taiwan 2014 Memory Executive Summit. In this presentation, Stephen talked about current the global trends in memory industry and the status in Taiwan. Then he described the status of ITRI’s research progress in RRAM. During his presentation, he emphasized a few key messages:

        • The world is undergoing an industry revolution from Energy Economy to Data Economy. The similarity between the two economies is that the value-add comes from exploration, drilling, processing, applications as in Energy Economy. However, the main difference is that while natural resource is limited in Energy Economy, the need for data in Data Economy will continue to explode. Hence the need for data storage will continue to surge.
        • Return on Investment (ROI) will need to be considered for future Taiwan industry investment. Currently the memory industry remains to be a high value-add of Taiwan’s industrial portfolio, similar to the rest of the semiconductor industry in Taiwan.
        • For the emerging memory technology, RRAM represents an opportunity to replace NAND Flash: First start with embedded memory for IoT wearables, then with embedded memory for smart phones, and potentially as stand-alone memory for data center. International consortium can co-develop emerging memory with shared resources and risks. There are some MRAM alliances but not yet in RRAM.
        • Taiwan with its ready ecosystem can be a hub to drive RRAM commercialization and applications. System design clients such as Google, Facebook, Amazon, or Toshiba can be potential champion for international consortium. These system design companies are likely to control or influence future memory architecture.

        Outline:

        • Taiwan memory Industry status
        • Why emerging memory
        • Proposed emerging memory consortium in Taiwan
        • Conclusion

        We are very pleased to present his presentation in PDF format for your reference.

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        Taiwan Memory IndustryPast, Present, and Future9/5/2014
        NO.1
        Outline
        NO.2
        Revolution: Energy Economy to Data Economy
        NO.3
        Global memory market to reach $72B in 2014
        NO.4
        NAND Flash to overpass DRAM in the future
        NO.5
        NAND Flash applications mainly include SSDs, Smart phones, and Tablets
        NO.6
        Surge of cloud services driving server/mobile DRAM growth
        NO.7
        Global market share of Taiwan memory industry declined but expected to rebound soon
        NO.8
        Taiwan DRAM production gaining steady growth
        NO.9
        Taiwan DRAM capacity contributes 27% share and ranks No.2 in the world
        NO.10
        (無標題)
        NO.11
        Return on Investment (ROI) to be consideredfor future Taiwan industry investment
        NO.12
        Memory remains to be a high value-addof Taiwan’s industrial portfolio (2012)
        NO.13
        Memory remains to be a high value-add partof Taiwan’s industrial portfolio (2012)
        NO.14
        Outline
        NO.15
        Memory scaling issue of <16nm is nearing
        NO.16
        Promising for RRAM to drive capacity increaseDensity evolution of emerging NVM
        NO.17
        RRAM the most promising candidateto replace NAND Flash…
        NO.18
        …and embedded RRAM will kick out NOR firstTargeted applications by RRAM
        NO.19
        RRAM''s promising future: Low power consumption, cost effective, high density
        NO.20
        All memory giants are developing emerging memories with collaboration but only bilaterally
        NO.21
        Outline
        NO.22
        International alliance model exists for MRAM, but not yet for RRAM
        NO.23
        Taiwan has comprehensive ecosystem as a hub for international RRAM development
        NO.24
        ITRI is leading RRAM development in Taiwan
        NO.25
        Complete ecosystem in Taiwan as a hub for international RRAM consortium
        NO.26
        FB OCP leads the Open Hardware trend with TW Certification Testing Center set-up with ITRI
        NO.27
        OCP introduces innovative semiconductor technology to improve data center efficiency
        NO.28
        FB can leverage TW full value chain to realize RRAM-enabled data centers with advantages
        NO.29
        Outline
        NO.30
        IEK Proposition – Aim High!
        NO.31
        Thank you
        NO.32

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