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  • Luca De Ambroggi | March 22, 2017
    The development and recent changes that took place in infotainment electronics, together with the steep increase in the demand for ADAS and safety features, is demanding that OEMs re-think the electronic architecture of the car. The increasing complexity in the design of car’s electrical and electronic (E/E) systems makes engineers define common functionalities among various electronics systems and to cluster those, when possible, in a fewer number of control units. Although this rationalization is easily understandable on paper, the above statement hides several practical difficulties in the design of electronic control units (ECUs), and engineers often need to combine different requirements of performance, bandwidth, security, reliability and finally flexibility and cost in the different ECUs. Ethernet-based networks are expected to have an important role in this revolution.
  • Wayne Lam, Brad Shaffer, Christian Kim | March 01, 2017
    At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, along with Xiaomi’s recent announcement of the Mi 5c, the company announced a milestone with the inclusion of its own “in-house” SoC, the Surge S1. The development of its own SoC may help improve Xiaomi’s IP position and unlock increased sales potential for its smartphones.
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  • Christian Kim | February 20, 2017
    On Monday February 13th, Qualcomm made an announcement about its upcoming 802.11ax products IPQ8074 and QCA6290. This article will include the highlights from Qualcomm’s announcement, in addition to IHS Technology’s insights and market outlook for the upcoming 802.11ax standard.
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The Automotive Semiconductor Intelligence Service offers a complete examination of the semiconductor market for automotive electronics including competitive analyses of the top suppliers and purchasers.
The role of packaged LEDs is expanding in today’s world. From their traditional usage in consumer products, they are now found in growing list of applications including automotive and residential lighting. As this expansion provides avenues for new growth opportunity, the market becomes more competitive and dynamic. To thrive in this swiftly changing environment, you’ll need market information from a trusted, experienced source.
Mobile Device Electronics Intelligence quantifies the market for all semiconductor and cellular technologies driven by the mobile device industry spanning devices to infrastructure. It includes detail on the available market by device shipment volume and revenues as well as semiconductor device type (i.e. logic ASSP/ASIC, memory, analog ASSP/ASIC, etc) consumed by each segment of the total wireless industry.
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  • Robbie Galoso, Tom Hackenberg | March 24, 2017
    In-depth quantitative analysis of an industrial product including semiconductor units, revenues and ASP forecasts accompanied by a written analysis on typical semiconductor Bill of Materials (BOM) and trends affecting semiconductor content and market.
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  • Gerrit Schneemann , Ian Fogg, Jusy Hong, Rhoda Alexander, Wayne Lam, Ying Yang | March 09, 2017
    Mobile World Congress 2017 was again the event for companies like LG and Sony to show off their flagship devices. This year, however, MWC was as interesting for what was not launched, as for what was unveiled. Key OEMs chose not to launch flagship smartphone models because of chipset availability. Another hightlight of this year's 2017 is the re-launch of the BlackBerry and Nokia brands.
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  • Jamie Fox, Wang Shen | March 06, 2017
    This 2017 market brief provides in-depth information on the current development situation and trend forecast of micro-LED technology in the world. The goal of this report is to provide marketing and technical analysis with an up-to-date, thorough assessment of the industry and to forecast the major potential trends of micro-LED technology over the next five years, which is the period from 2017 to 2022. The report also estimates the market shares by shipment of each potential application in the mentioned 5-year period.
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  • Richard Dixon, PhD, Ahad Ahmed Buksh | March 22, 2017
    The increased pressure on OEMs to improve the fuel consumption and to comply with the emission standards is driving the use of semiconductors in powertrain applications. Today, the majority of the engines produced are...
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  • Luca De Ambroggi, Ahad Ahmed Buksh, Akhilesh Kona | March 14, 2017
    The Automotive Semiconductor Market Tracker gives a quarterly update of the semiconductor market and supplier landscape. It quantifies the market in term of units and revenue by application and by semiconductor type with regional breakout. It also includes in-depth market analysis of more than...
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  • March 13, 2017
    The Automotive Tier 1 Supplier Market Shares provides detailed market share analysis of more 100 Tier 1 suppliers. It covers the market shares of Tier 1 suppliers for 36 automotive electronics applications in five automotive domains.
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  • Icon Senior Analyst, Semiconductor Value Chain
    Richard Eden is a senior analyst with IHS semiconductors and components group, where he looks after the power semiconductors area. His current report focus includes Power Semiconductor Discretes & Modules and SiC & GaN Power Semiconductors, as well as contributing to the Power Management Quarterly market watch.
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