ID: MRFR/ICT/8905-HCR | February 2021 | Region: Global | 141 pages
In-memory computing is a type of purpose-built database that stores data in RAM rather than in databases hosted on disks. IMC provides super-fast performance, which aids businesses to enhance performance, quickly analyze huge volumes of data in real-time at very high speeds, and detect patterns. It provides real-time insights that enable businesses to deliver faster reporting and immediate actions and responses.
Various factors are driving the growth of the in-memory computing market. These factors include the increasing demand for faster processing and analytics on big data and a decrease in the overall cost of RAM and TCO. An increase in the use of internet services and mobile banking has ensued in demand for large data processing. Moreover, an increase in adopting in-memory computing platforms across various verticals results in high speed, performance enhancement, and scalability. However, the volatility of data and the concerns regarding the security of the data are factors, which hamper the growth of the in-memory computing market.
The in-memory computing market is substantially influenced due to the increasing pandemic situation of COVID-19 across the world. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on the global economy. The in-memory computing market is anticipated to grow significantly due to the increasing need for rapid data processing and the explosion of big data across various verticals. This scenario has showcased a strong demand for in-memory computing technology in the global market. The increasing demand for in-memory computing technology in several verticals, including BFSI, IT and telecom, retail & e-commerce, healthcare & life sciences, transportation & logistics, government & defense, energy & utilities, media & entertainment, and manufacturing. These factors have created an upsurge in demand for in-memory computing during the COVID-19 pandemic, which has helped boost the revenues of in-memory computing companies operating in the global market. Additionally, the top players in the in-memory computing market, such as Microsoft, Oracle, SAP, IBM, and SAS Institute, are focused on developing new business models and strategies to meet consumer demand in the global market.
Global In-Memory Computing Market has been segmented based on Component, Application, Deployment Mode, Organization Size, Vertical, and Region.
Based on the Component, the in-memory computing market has been segmented into solutions and services. The solution segment is further divided into in-memory database (IMDB), in-memory data grid (IMDG), and data stream processing. The in-memory database (IMDB) segment is further sub-classified into online analytical processing (OLAP) and online transaction processing (OLTP). The service segment is divided into professional services and managed services. The professional services segment is further sub-segmented into consulting, system integration and implementation, support, and maintenance.
Based on Application, the in-memory computing market has been segmented into risk management and fraud detection, sentiment analysis, geospatial/GIS processing, sales and marketing optimization, predictive analysis, supply chain management, others. The other segment is sub-segmented into image processing, route optimization, claim processing and modeling, and trade promotion simulations.
Based on Deployment Mode, the in-memory computing market has been segmented into cloud and on-premises.
Based on Organization Size, the in-memory computing market has been segmented into SMEs and large enterprises.
Based on Vertical, the in-memory computing market has been segmented into BFSI, IT & telecom, retail & e-commerce, healthcare & life sciences, transportation & logistics, government & defense, energy & utilities, media & entertainment, and others. The other segment is sub-segmented into education, manufacturing, and travel & hospitality.
Based on region, the In-Memory Computing Market is segmented into Asia-Pacific, North America, Europe, the Middle East & Africa, and South America.
North America held the largest share of the in-memory computing market, followed by Asia- Pacific and Europe; it is expected to continue to retain its dominance until the end of the forecast period. In North America, growing demand for analytics and advanced analytics platforms by small and medium businesses and government agencies would drive the demand for IMC products. The presence of major solution providers in the regional market such as Microsoft, Oracle, IBM, SAS Institute, TIBCO, Red Hat, Altibase, GigaSpaces, GridGain, Hazelcast, MongoDB, Qlik, Salesforce, Workday, Teradata, VoltDB, McObject, and MemSQL is also contributing to the growth of the North American market. However, Asia-Pacific accounts for the fastest-growing region as it registers the highest CAGR.
The Key Players of the Global In-Memory Computing Market are Microsoft (US), Oracle (US), SAP (Germany), IBM (US), SAS Institute (US), TIBCO (US), Software AG (Germany), Fujitsu (Japan), Red Hat (US), Altibase (US), GigaSpaces (US), GridGain (US), Hazelcast (US), MongoDB (US), Exasol (Germany), Intel (Germany), Qlik (US), Salesforce (US), Workday (US), Teradata (US), Kognitio (UK), Enea (Sweden), VoltDB (US), McObject (US), and MemSQL (US).
In December 2018, the GridGain in-memory computing platform was integrated with oracle cloud to provide the highest level of assurance that customers can deploy GridGain on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure without any compatibility challenges
In March 2019, TIBCO acquired high-performance in-memory data platform SnappyData to offer improved performance and increased agility for intelligence at scale. This acquisition provides a platform with a unified analytics data fabric, which enhances analytics, data science, streaming, and data management for various cases requiring speed, volume, and agility.
Global In-Memory Computing Market, 2018–¬2026 (USD Billion)
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