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Global semiconductor revenue dips as the chip industry wrestles with myriad challengesJuly 31, 2019Battling economic headwinds and debilitated markets, the semiconductor industry saw revenue worldwide decline by the double digits percentage-wise in the first quarter of 2019, with the outlook for the rest of the year looking equally discouraging.
The importance of embedded security grows in connected microcontrollersJanuary 18, 2019The year of 2018 has been one of the worst to date in terms of both number of security breaches and the number of records that have been exposed.
Power, revenue and profitability drive groundswell of consolidation in semiconductor industryJuly 10, 2015Analysis and insight into key consolidation trends in the semiconductor industry. Details on consolidation by market, types of M&A, business sale, spinoffs & joint ventures and business exits. Perspectives on the size of deals over time. Analysis of profitability as a driver for consolidation.Subscribers Only
Bosch is World's Top Auto MEMS Supplier; top 10 account for nearly 90 percent of industry totalJune 27, 2014Bosch of Germany was the No. 1 supplier in the world last year of automotive microelectromechanical system (MEMS) sensors, a market in which shipments continue to expand strongly but where revenue was being squeezed by marked price erosion, according to a new report from 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.
CARTES Americas: It's All About EMVMay 23, 2014After speaking to key industry players at CARTES America the other week, the sense of urgency and push to get the US moving with its EMV migration certainly felt strong. With “more than 40 million smart cards” already “shipped to U.S. customers in the most recent two calendar quarters” according to Joerg Borchert, Vice President of the chip card and security group at Infineon Technologies, one can expect further volumes from all major suppliers of the EMV card migration to pour into the market. Whether one believes the recent data breaches to be responsible for the final push in mind-set, over the pressure of the looming liability shift deadline in 2015, it was apparent that an attitude of acceptance for the technology is now being adopted by most in the US.
Global Revenue for Digital Power Supplies and Digital Power ICs Projected to Jump 65 Percent in 2014March 04, 2014The global market for digital power is undergoing explosive growth, with revenues for digital power supplies and digital power integrated circuits (ICs) each projected to jump almost 65...
Market for Power Semiconductors Plunges in 2012; Infineon Maintains LeadershipSeptember 26, 2013Global revenue in the power semiconductor business dropped by nearly 16 percent in 2012 as sluggish consumer demand, falling pricing and other factors conspired to undercut the...
Despite Challenges, Industrial Semiconductor Market Reports Positive Q1August 15, 2013The market for semiconductors used in industrial electronics applications relished a better-than-expected first quarter as macroeconomic headwinds turned out to be less severe than...
Industrial Semiconductors Report Positive Q1 Despite ChallengesMany companies show encouraging growth; industry revenue ticks upAugust 07, 2013The global semiconductor market for industrial electronics relished a better-than-expected first quarter as macroeconomic headwinds turned out to be less severe than initially feared, according to the latest Industrial Electronics report from information and analytics provider IHS.
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...
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.
China Power MOSFET Market to Revive After Dismal 2012Domestic and export demand to come back; focus on energy and power efficiency reinforcedApril 19, 2013
Signaling an improvement for the Chinese and other key global economies, shipments of power MOSFETs, which are widely used in a broad range of electronic products and systems, are set to rebound this year in China after a sharp downturn in 2011, led by green energy and power-saving initiatives along with a recovery in exports. Revenue for the China power MOSFET industry is forecast to hit $2.25 billion this year, up 3 percent from $2.18 billion in 2012. The market fell 8 percent last year from $2.37 billion in 2011.
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...
Intel Leads Unexpectedly Large Decline in Semiconductor Market Inventory in Q4March 13, 2013After reaching a worrisome high in the third quarter of 2012, global semiconductor inventories held by chip suppliers fell at a surprisingly fast rate in the fourth quarter, led by...
Magnetic Sensor Market Decelerates as Automotive Demand SlowsMarch 13, 2013After two straight years of blockbuster expansion, the market for magnetic sensors experienced lower-than-expected growth in 2012 due mainly to depressed automotive sales and a...
Five Years Gone: A lot has Changed in Mobile Handset Core IC Supplier LandscapeOctober 18, 2012Handsets and specifically smartphones have and will continue to be a driver in the wireless semiconductor market. That along with the ramping adoption of LTE and increased demand for data-centric applications, the smartphone is emerging as the form factor of choice for many mobile consumers. As smartphones as well as LTE have gained in popularity, the corresponding influences they have exerted on design philosophy have created paradigm shifts that are transforming the competition. In this type of rapidly shifting competitive landscape companies that identify the changes early and are able to reposition their core strengths appropriately reap the rewards while those slower to react often see their market share shrink.Subscribers Only
As Wintel Dominance Wanes, the Microsoft/Intel Alliance FraysSeptember 04, 2012After a generation of setting the pace and calling the shots in the computer market, the Microsoft Corp./Intel Corp. cartel known as Wintel now finds itself playing catch-up in the new era of smartphones and media tablets, spurring a widening rift in the historic alliance.
Despite a flurry of activities to adjust to the changed realities of the technology industry, Wintel is expected to suffer a declining share of the “new” computer market, a category consisting not just of PCs but also of the much faster-growing smartphone and media tablet segments. Microsoft’s share of the operating system market for the three products combined is expected to slip to 33 percent in 2016, down from 44 percent in 2011, according to an IHS iSuppli DRAM Dynamics Report from information and analytics provider IHS (NYSE: IHS).
Texas Instruments is Top Power Management Semiconductor Supplier in Dense and Crowded FieldPower management revenue up 1.8 percent last year to $3.2 billionSeptember 04, 2012In a repeat victory, Texas Instruments Inc. last year remained the leading manufacturer of power management semiconductors after an important acquisition, commanding a full 10.0 percent share of market in a highly fragmented field of more than 100 suppliers, according to an IHS iSuppli Power Management Market Share and Supplier Analysis report from information and analytics provider IHS.
With 2011 power management revenue of $3.18 billion, up a solid 25 percent from $2.54 billion a year earlier, TI easily held off French-Italian entity STMicroelectronics and Infineon Technologies of Germany, both unmoved from the second and third spots, respectively, that they held down in 2010 when TI was also at the top. STM had power management revenue of $2.25 billion, down from $2.29 billion—good enough for a 7.1 percent share of market. For its part, Infineon saw revenue climb to $2.09 billion, up from $2.00 billion, giving it a 6.6 percent market share last year.