MEMS Market Tracker - Consumer and Mobile - H2 2011

Consumer MEMS Continue to Thrive on Smartphones, Tablets, and Ultrabooks

MEMS Market Tracker - Consumer and Mobile  |  January 13, 2012  | Subscribers Only

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The Consumer and Mobile MEMS Market Tracker measures revenue for first-level packaged components, ASPs, units, market share and the top mobile and consumer MEMS suppliers. Providing worldwide coverage for MEMS sensors such as those found in accelerometers, gyroscopes, RF MEMS switches, as well as silicon and quartz-based technologies, the market tracker provides 5-year annual, and 2-year rolling half-year reports.

Key Issues Addressed

  • Which MEMS sensors will be successful in cellphones in the upcoming years? What prospects are in store for accelerometers, gyroscopes, and pressure sensors?
  • What trends can be expected on multi-sensor integration? Will Inertial Measurement Units enter consumer products?
  • What real opportunities exist for RF MEMS? Will FBAR continue to grow? Will MEMS switches finally enter phones? Do MEMS oscillators have a chance against quartz?
  • What is the share of market for each MEMS sensor product and application?

Applicable To

  • MEMS Component Manufacturers: Marketing, Executives
  • ODMs: Manufacturers of cellphones, game controllers, PNDs, DSCs: Procurement, R&D and sensor integration
  • MEMS Foundries: Marketing
  • Equipment for MEMS, ASIC and Semiconductor Manufacturers, Packaging and Testing
  • Sales, Marketing

Jérémie Bouchaud

Senior Director, MEMS & Sensors

Jérémie Bouchaud is unique to the MEMS industry – his breadth of MEMS device and application knowledge is unmatched, particularly in terms of automotive, consumer markets and...

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Marwan Boustany

Senior Analyst, MEMS & Sensors

Marwan Boustany covers the areas of MEMS and sensors for mobile and consumer technologies. His work includes the tracking of sensors in handsets, tablets, laptops, and sports and...

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Research Area
MEMS & Sensors