The 2015 worldwide analog market remained flat with worldwide revenue just over $45 billion. This year the market is expected to rebound as the automotive industry and industrial market recover. Market share in 2015 saw some significant changes and more are in store in 2016 as this market continues to consolidate with major acquisition activity. However, Texas Instruments remains the largest analog supplier worldwide. This study provides detailed market share for analog. Market share is provided by product type and by market segment. Share is calculated by region as well as a break down for specific product area within the overall analog market.
2014 worldwide analog revenue completed the year with a high of $44 billion. This large market is made up of application specific analog products as well as general purpose analog products including power, amplifiers, interface and data converters. Leading suppliers in this market include Texas Instruments, STMicroelectronics, Qualcomm, Analog Devices, Qorvo, and Infineon Technologies. The top five suppliers control close to 40 percent share of the market, however there are 47 suppliers that are documented in this study for market share. Market share is provided by region and by product segment. Market share is also provided for analog product sales into each end market including automotive, computer, consumer, wireless, wired, and industrial.
Databeans predicts that worldwide analog revenue will grow in 2014 to reach over $44 billion which is a 10 percent increase from 2013. Long-term, Databeans predicts worldwide analog revenue will grow to over $63 billion amounting to a compound annual growth rate of 7 percent on average each year. This report provides detailed market share for analog products. The report covers market share by region and by detailed product market for all of analog.
Databeans predicts that worldwide analog revenue will grow in 2013 to reach over $41 billion which is a 5 percent increase from 2012. Long-term, Databeans predicts worldwide analog revenue will grow to over $64 billion amounting to a compound annual growth rate of 9 percent on average each year. Worldwide economic uncertainty has given the analog IC market plenty of ups and downs over the last several years; however 2012 was one of the worst years for this market segment. Analog was down 7 percent from 2011 with revenues just shy of $40 billion, although this was the unfortunate reality for the entire semiconductor market, which had a decline of 3 percent in 2012.