STERLING, Va., July 12 /PRNewswire/ -- NanoMarkets, LC, a leading
nanotechnology industry market research and analysis firm based here, today
announced the release of a new white paper titled, "Opportunities in the
Nanostorage Market" that pinpoints key trends and market drivers that are
creating the need for nanostorage. It also discusses some of the initiatives
within companies such as IBM, AMD, Cypress Semiconductor, Intel and Motorola.
The paper is drawn from NanoMarkets' upcoming report on nanostorage and
nanomemory markets that will be released later this month. The paper can be
accessed from the firm's website at http://www.nanomarkets.net.
According to NanoMarkets, nanotechnology may soon have the solution to the
burgeoning need for data storage. Today, the lowest hanging fruit for
nanotechnology is materials. But as nanotubes become commoditized, the "next-
hanging fruits" will be found in the memory sector. Here, at last, is where
nanotechnology can move beyond mere technological curiosity and begin the true
nature of its calling as a technological enabler, disruptor and . . .
moneymaker. NanoMarkets believes that Nanostorage offers the best chance of
bringing computing to the next level -- and along the way provide some real
opportunities for new business, new markets and new profit. The paper goes on
to say that nanostorage will bring about innovation that will lead to nano-
enabled databases that will move data warehousing and data mining to new
realms, the end of disk drives as we know them and new opportunities for web
About NanoMarkets, LC:
NanoMarkets' mission is to measure the impact of nanotechnology on the
communications, information technology and computing industries, and provide
both qualitative and quantitative assessments of the opportunities available
to companies operating within these markets as well as the component,
semiconductor, materials and manufacturing companies that supply them. Through
our reports, market briefs and customized client engagements, NanoMarkets'
clients are able to receive insightful value chain analyses that determine
where and how nanotechnology will impact both their business operations and
profit potential. Visit http://www.nanomarkets.net for additional details
about the company.
SOURCE NanoMarkets, LC