January 04, 2015 | by Christopher Burniske, ARK Analyst | Digital
Given its promising performance specs, resistive-random access memory’s (RRAM) potential is provocative in the information storage space, a segment of the technology market historically rife with disruption. While easy to assert the inevitability of disruption, more difficult is to determine the timeframe within which RRAM will take meaningful share. Storage is one of the largest […]May 27, 2014 | by James Bannon, ARK Analyst | Health
The declining cost of sequencing a human genome (in some instances, for as little as $1,000 per sequence) is creating a growing demand for tools that can sort, organize, analyze, and store the ever-increasing amount of biological data. If properly harnessed, data can be used for academic research and by pharmaceutical and diagnostic industries.