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[May 15, 2014]

Research and Markets: System-On-A-Chip - Global Strategic Business Report 2014 with Annual Estimates & Forecasts to 2020

DUBLIN --(Business Wire)--

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/xkd7n2/systemonachip) has announced the addition of the "System-On-A-Chip - Global Strategic Business Report" report to their offering.

This report analyzes the worldwide markets for System-on-a-Chip in US$ Million by the following Product Types: Mixed Signal SoCs, and Others. The Global market is further analyzed by the following End-Use Segments: Computers, Communication Equipment, Consumer Electronic Devices, Automotive Applications, and Others. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World.

Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2013 through 2020. Also, a seven-year historic analysis is provided for these markets. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research.

Key Topics Covered (Partial)

I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

  • System-on-A-Chip (SoC): Introduction
  • 2014- An Exciting Year for Next Technology Node Transition
  • Computers and Consumer Electronics
  • Primary Revenue Contributors
  • Use of SoCs in Communication Equipment Gains Traction
  • How Long Will the Moore's Law Hold True?
  • Transistor Counts (1971-2015) & Moore's law

2. MARKET TRENDS & GROWTH DRIVERS

  • High-End Smartphones Boosts Demand for SoCs
  • Internet of Things to Open New Growth Avenues for SoCs
  • Developing Countries Excel in Growth Prospects
  • Compact Size of Logic Devices Favors Growth
  • 3D Chip Appeal Widens Among End-Use Sectors
  • Companies Aim at SoCs integrated with 3G and 4G LTEs
  • Evolving Car Electronics and Resurgence in Auto Production to Drive Gains
  • Medicine Opens New Growth Opportunities
  • Applications in Set Top Boxes Boosts Demand for SoCs
  • SoCs in Smart TVs Drives Growth
  • Manufacturers Target Low-End Smartphones to Increase Share in Emerging Markets
  • Exponential Growth of Tablet PCs Drives Demand for SoC Processors
  • SoCs Foray into Ultrabooks and Laptops

3. CHALLENGES & ISSUES

  • Lack of Standardization in Intellectual Property Cores
  • Memory Bandwidth and Latency
  • Issues Related to Marketing of ICs
  • High Costs, a Major Deterrent
  • Time-to-Market Pressures
  • Power Consumption
  • Transistor Variability
  • Verification Challenges
  • A Solution to the Challenge
  • IP Compatibility Issue
  • Customer & Software Support and Staffing Challenges
  • System-in-Package (SiP): A Potential Threat to System-on-a-Chip

4. COMPETITION

  • Increasing Popularity of SoCs Pushes Mobile Chip Industry into a Phase of Consolidation
  • Competition in Graphic Processor Unit SoC Market
  • Set-top Box IC Market
  • Consolidation Hits TV SoC Market
  • Intel Eyes Tablets and Smartphones Market

5. PRODUCT OVERVIEW

  • Components of SoC
  • System-on-a-Chip (SoC) Block Diagram
  • Developments in ICs Over the Years
  • SoC Design Benefits
  • Mixed-Signal SoCs
  • "Second-Generation" SoCs
  • ASIC SSOC
  • A New Dimension
  • SoC Device Types
  • Standard Cells
  • Embedded IP
  • Micro Logic IP
  • Memory IP
  • ASIC/PLD IP
  • Analog IP & Other Components
  • Standards For SOCs
  • SoC Processor Types

6. END-USE APPLICATIONS

  • Computers
  • Communications Equipment
  • Consumer Electronics Devices
  • Automotive Applications
  • Others
  • Industrial Automation & Military
  • Medical & Office Devices
  • CRM and Hearing Aid Products Dominate the Category
  • New Mixed-Signal Radio-Frequency (RF) Technology Design
  • SoC-Equipped Nanorobots

7. Soc Intellectual Property (IP)

  • Table 16: IP Cores Per SoC

8. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY

  • Broadcom (News - Alert) Takes Over LTE-Linked Assets of Renesas Electronics's Associate Businesses
  • GCT® Semiconductor and LG Electronics Ink 3G/2G IP Licensing Agreement
  • Altera Signs Definitive Merger Agreement to Take Over Enpirion
  • Nordic Semiconductor Enters into Agreement with ARM®
  • Tsinghua Unigroup to Acquire RDA Microelectronics
  • Cadence Designs Systems to Take Over Tensilica
  • InvenSenseTM to Take Over MEMS Microphone Business of Analog Devices
  • Spansion (News - Alert) to Take Over Microcontroller and Analog Business of Fujitsu Semiconductor
  • ARM Inks Licensing Agreement with Sonics
  • Amkor Technology, Open-Silicon and Global Foundries Demonstrate Innovative SoC
  • QNX Software Systems Joins Renesas R-Car Consortium
  • Altera to Integrate Quad-Core 64-bit ARM CortexTM-A53 Processor in Stratix 10 SoC Devices
  • Intel to Incorporate Broadwell-DE Server Chips in Motherboards

9. PRODUCT LAUNCHES

  • Altera Unveils New SoC Development Kit
  • Altera Launches New Reference Designs for Smart Grid Automation Systems
  • ARM Expands Mali GPU Range with Mali-T760
  • ARM Introduces AMBA® 5 Coherent Hub Interface Specification
  • ARM Unveils POP IP Technology for Cortex A53 and A57 Processors on TSMC 28HPM
  • Altera Releases Quartus® II Version 13.0 Software
  • Intel Releases Three New AtomTM Z3000 SoC Series
  • Intel Introduces New Atom Processor CE5300 Series

10. FOCUS ON SELECT PLAYERS

  • Altera Corporation (US)
  • Apple, Inc. (US)
  • ARM Holdings Plc (UK)
  • Broadcom Corporation (US)
  • Freescale Semiconductor, Inc. (US)
  • Infineon Technologies (News - Alert) AG (Germany)
  • Intel Corporation (US)
  • LSI Corporation (US)
  • Marvell Technology Group Ltd. (US)
  • Mentor Graphics Corporation (US)
  • Microsemi Corp. (US)
  • NVIDIA Corporation (US)
  • Palmchip Corporation (US)
  • Qualcomm (News - Alert) Incorporated (US)
  • Renesas Electronics Corporation (Japan)
  • Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (South Korea)
  • STMicroelectronics N.V. (Switzerland)
  • Taiwan Semiconductor (News - Alert) Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (Taiwan)
  • Texas Instruments, Inc. (US)
  • Toshiba America Electronics Components, Inc. (US)
  • Zilog, Inc. (US)

11. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE

III. MARKET

1. THE UNITED STATES

2. CANADA

3. JAPAN

4. EUROPE

5. ASIA-PACIFIC

6. REST OF WORLD

IV. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Total Companies Profiled: 112 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries 117)

  • The United States (65)
  • Canada (1)
  • Japan (6)
  • Europe (16)
  • France (1)
  • Germany (3)
  • The United Kingdom (4)
  • Rest of Europe (8)
  • Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (28)
  • Middle East (1)

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/xkd7n2/systemonachip


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