Analog Market

 

Q4 2014 Analog Market Tracker

In 2014 worldwide analog revenue is expected to grow by 8 percent and reach a market value of over $43 billion. Driving this growth includes data converters, power management, and special purpose products in the automotive and industrial space. This tracker provides market forecasts for revenue and units by region, application market, application design and product family. Market share is also provided for worldwide analog by region and by product family.

Q3 2014 Analog Market Tracker

Analog semiconductors support many functions within today’s electronic devices and are, therefore, a very strong market that does not tend to fluctuate as much as some of the digital markets. This tracker provides market forecasts for revenue, unit shipments, and ASPs for analog products including amplifiers, comparators, interface, data converters, analog power ICs, and ASSPs used in automotive, computers, consumer, communications and the industrial market. 2013 market share is also presented.

Q2 2014 Analog Market Tracker

Analog semiconductors support many functions within today’s electronic devices and are, therefore, a very strong market that does not tend to fluctuate as much as some of the digital markets. This tracker provides market forecasts for revenue, unit shipments, and ASPs for analog products including amplifiers, comparators, interface, data converters, analog power ICs, and ASSPs used in automotive, computers, consumer, communications and the industrial market.

Q3 2013 Analog Market Tracker

Analog remains a power horse in the semiconductor market and provides many necessary devices for electronics to function as well as they do. Connecting real world signals to the digital world and back again for us to use, is analog IC technology. This tracker provides market forecasts for revenue, unit shipments, and ASPs for analog products including amplifiers, comparators, interface, data converters, analog power ICs, and ASSPs used in automotive, computers, consumer, communications and the industrial market.