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    And Research and Markets also originates standard and custom reports under its own branding auspices too.

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In-Memory Computing market could be $23 billion by 2020
Editor:- September 10, 2015 - "The global In-Memory Computing (IMC) market is expected to grow from $5 billion in 2015 to $23 billion by 2020" according to Akanksha Gandhi, Research Associate at Research and Markets - who has co-authored a recent report -
In-Memory Computing Mark - Global Forecast to 2020 ($5,650, 132 pages).
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