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An in-memory database Vs a database management system in our data-driven era

For those who are unfamiliar, it is indispensable to recall that, an in-memory database (IMDB, also main memory database system or MMDB or memory resident database) is a system that majorly relies on the computer's main memory to store data and is different from a database management system which uses a disk storage mechanism. 
Simpler internal optimization algorithms and fewer CPU instructions make main memory databases relatively faster than disk-optimized databases.

The most interesting right now regarding the global military satellite payloads and subsystems market

The most interesting right now regarding the global military satellite payloads and subsystems market is to observe, according to Technavio that, the global military satellite payloads and subsystems market occupies a majority, accounting for about 59% of its parent market, which is the global military satellite market.
In effect, owing to the changing nature of warfare, military agencies are increasingly becoming dependent on satellite-based supports to ensure mission effectiveness.
The market is projected to be valued at USD 5.35 billion by 2021, growing at a CAGR of over 5% through the forecast period. Geographically, the Americas occupy the largest market segment with a share of over 42%.

Healthcare within the 3D printing industry

The momentum seems promising and exciting as predictions and accessible current data show that, Healthcare will leap from the number 5 position in 2016 to the number 2 spot in 2020 with revenues growing to more than $3.1 billion. 
Strong investments from healthcare providers in both the United States and Western Europe will nurture this momentum.
According to IDC, Dental printing is growing rapidly with the prospect of reaching one of the highest market shares in the near future (around 15% in 2020), as well as 3D printing for medical implants and devices (nearly 13% in 2020). 
Thanks to the broader variety of 3D printers and materials that can be used, and also to lower prices, 3D printing is becoming more sophisticated and devoted to newer uses.

Worldwide Spending on 3D Printing Forecast

I have a great pleasure to recall that, according to a recent update to the Worldwide Semiannual 3D Printing Spending Guide from International Data Corporation (IDC), global spending on 3D printing will experience a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22.3% with revenues reaching $28.9 billion in 2020.
I can also observe that, the United States will deliver roughly a quarter of worldwide 3D printing revenues throughout the 2015-2020 forecast period while the next three largest regions :Western Europe, Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan), and Japan combined will deliver more than 50% of total revenues. 
While the fastest growth will come from the Middle East and Africa (MEA) and Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) regions, Western Europe's strong growth will significantly close the revenue gap with the United States by 2020.