Power Management Market

 

Q4 2014 Power Market Tracker

The power management market, which includes both analog integrated circuits and power devices that are found in the discretes segment, is expected to reach close to $28 billion this year. This market is expected to grow at a long term growth rate of 8 percent each year. Analog switching regulators are driving this market with a long term growth rate of 10 percent and near term 23 percent growth for 2014. This tracker provides detailed forecasts for power transistors, rectifiers, thyristors, linear regulators, switching regulators, battery management, supervisors, voltage references and other power ICs. Forecasts are provided by region, market segment, application market, and by product type. Market share is also included.

Q3 2014 Power Market Tracker

The power management market includes power transistors, rectifiers, thyristors, linear regulators, LDO regulators, DC-DC converters, controllers, PMICs, power drivers, supervisors, battery ICs, and other integrated power circuits. This tracker provides revenue and unit shipment forecasts by region, market segment, application, and by product type. Market share is also provided. Databeans predicts that the power management market will grow by 14 percent this year driven by strong demand for switching regulators and power transistors. Long term this market is expected to gain share by outperforming the overall semiconductor market with a compound annual 5 year growth rate of 8 percent for analog integrated circuits and 7 percent for discrete power products.

Q2 2014 Power Market Tracker

The power management market includes power transistors, rectifiers, thyristors, linear regulators, LDO regulators, DC-DC converters, controllers, PMICs, power drivers, supervisors, battery ICs, and other integrated power circuits. This tracker provides revenue and unit shipment forecasts by region, market segment, application, and by product type. Market share is also provided.

Q3 2013 Power Management Tracker

Power management is one of the largest semiconductor segments and, while it did experience some downturn in 2012, revenues for 2013 are expected to be $24 billion. This market, because of the necessity of power management, maintains a steady growth rate of 6 percent for the next five years and has a slight growth of 3 percent from 2012. Discretes are a large market, expected to reach nearly $15 billion in 2013, but revenues are only anticipated to grow at about 4 percent over the next five years. Analog power devices only accounts for $9 billion of total power management sales, however it is estimated to grow more quickly at an average of 9 percent through 2018.