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Automotive Semiconductor Market TrackerFebruary 21, 2019The automotive semiconductor market was worth $42.7 billion in 2018, up 11% from 2017. The semiconductor content per car will double from $312 in 2013 to $623 in 2024, resulting in a healthy CAGR of 8% from 2017 to 2024, when the market reaches $67.5 billion.Subscribers Only
STMicroelectronics to discontinue STB and home gateway SoC research & development as part of a restructuring moveFebruary 12, 2016Geneva-based electronics and semiconductor manufacturer STMicroelectronics will stop developing new set-top box (STB) and home gateway products. This is expected to save approximately $170million annually. STMicroelectronics will focus on automotive technology, industrial and smart home/smart cities products.
Wearable Sensor Market to Expand Sevenfold in Five YearsOctober 16, 2014Driven by rising demand for fitness and health monitoring features as well as by improved user interfaces, shipments of sensors used in wearable electronic devices will rise by a factor of seven from 2013 through 2019, according to IHS Technology.
In Complex Supply Chain, Knowles and Infineon are Top Suppliers of Packaged MEMS Microphones and Bare Microphone DiesJune 18, 2014In a byzantine supply chain that revolves around the needs of Apple Inc., the global market for microelectromechanical system (MEMS) microphone chips is split into dual segments that are dominated by two suppliers: Knowles Corp. and Infineon Technologies AG.
Renesas Maintains Dominance in Automotive Semiconductor MarketApril 17, 2014Renesas remained the leader in the automotive semiconductor race in 2013, with the company’s dominance in microcomponents and logic integrated circuits (IC) helping it to hold a half-billion-dollar gap over the second-place competitor.
Sensor Hubs Make Big Gains While Enabling the Future of SensingApril 16, 2014Sensor hubs that offload tasks from power-hungry application processors and let mobile devices like smartphones and tablets run longer on a single battery charge are reaping gargantuan gains thanks to the global microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) market, with shipment growth this year alone in triple-digit territory, according to new analysis from IHS Technology.
Samsung Galaxy S5 Carries Astronomical Bill of Materials, IHS Teardown RevealsApril 15, 2014The latest member of Samsung’s wildly popular line of Galaxy smartphones ups the ante on features—and on cost—with the S5’s discrete-intensive design yielding a high bill of materials.
MEMS Combo Sensors Continued Potent Growth Last Year; Samsung is Top BuyerMarch 31, 2014Combo sensors are headed for another major growth spurt this year in the global microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) sensor market as revenue climbs an expansive 37 percent after two years of already phenomenal...
MEMS Combo Sensors Continued Potent Growth Last Year; Samsung Was Top BuyerMarch 19, 2014Combo sensors are headed for another major growth spurt this year in the global microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) sensor market as revenue climbs an expansive 37 percent...
CES 2014: major trends and developmentsMarch 05, 2014CES, the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, once again saw the launch and establishment of key trends in the consumer electronics industry for 2014. From flexible and curved displays to smart home appliances and wearables, IHS’ CE team summarises what’s hot, and what’s not, for 2014.Subscribers Only
Qualcomm’s Entry into Set-Top-Box Chip Market Challenges IncumbentsNovember 01, 2013Mobile semiconductor giant Qualcomm is muscling its way into the set-top box (STB) chip business, a move likely to shake up the market’s competitive landscape, according to insights...
Qualcomm’s Entry into Set-Top-Box Chip Market Poses Big Challenge to IncumbentsOctober 30, 2013Qualcomm, a titanic force in semiconductors for mobile devices like smartphones and tablets, is muscling its way into the chip market for set-top boxes (STB)...
Environment and Health Sensors in Smartphones Set for Mighty GrowthAugust 21, 2013First came microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) sensors that automatically adjusted the orientation of a cellphone’s display no matter how it was held. Then arrived optical sensors...
China MCU Market Set for Recovery after Difficult 2012Focus on energy efficiency and growth in many applications will power expansion this year and beyondJune 21, 2013
After shrinking in 2012, China’s microcontroller (MCU) market is poised to recover this year as energy efficiency and device upgrades drive greater demand for the chips in embedded and automated applications. Revenue this year for the China MCU space is projected to reach $3.1 billion, up 7.7 percent from $2.9 billion in 2012. The market contracted 2.6 percent last year, but the 2013 expansion marks the start of at least a five-year cycle of continuing growth, with revenue expected to hit $4.5 billion by 2017.
No Static On the Air: Digital Radio to ThriveHD Radio, Sirius XM and DAB/DAB+ are all flourishing in both the US and EuropeJune 20, 2013
Digital radio in cars will continue to find new listeners as shipments rise this year and beyond for systems incorporating the technology. Shipments this year of digital radio systems for vehicles made by original equipment manufacturers (OEM) are forecast to reach 16.1 million units, up a solid 15 percent from 14.0 million units in 2012. Included in the shipments are digital terrestrial radio systems such as HD Radio in the United States and DAB/DAB+ in Europe, as well as digital satellite radio systems like U.S. service Sirius XM.
It’s a Tie: Bosch and STM Hold Joint Honors as No. 1 MEMS Suppliers for 2012June 10, 2013For the first time ever, no clear winner has emerged to claim top honors in the microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) business for 2012, with Bosch of Germany and French-Italian...
NXP Leads Automotive ASSP Semiconductor Market for Second Year in a Row in 2012May 30, 2013Benefiting from its leadership position in AM/FM tuner and audio processing chips, NXP Semiconductors NV in 2012 retained its rank as the world’s top supplier of application-specific...
Top Industrial Electronics Semiconductor Suppliers Suffer Declining Revenue in 2012May 09, 2013The eight leading suppliers of industrial electronics suffered revenue declines in 2012, reflecting weak conditions for the beleaguered market, according to an IHS Industrial Electronics Market Tracker...
Most Industrial Electronics Semiconductor Suppliers Hurt by Revenue ReversalsOnly two out of the Top 10 enjoy gains; Texas Instruments is the best performer of a losing groupApril 23, 2013The Top 10 semiconductor suppliers last year for the industrial electronics market mostly suffered revenue declines consistent with the downturn of a beleaguered industry, according to an IHS iSuppli Industrial Electronics market tracker report from information and analytics provider IHS.
Fourth-Quarter Reprieve Brings Little Relief to Semiconductor Makers in 2012—but Spurs 2013 ReboundApril 10, 2013Despite stronger-than-expected growth during the fourth quarter, 2012 was still a miserable year for the semiconductor market and suppliers, with only eight out of the Top 25 chipmakers...