Semiconductor Market

 

Q3 2013 Semiconductor Market Tracker

Semiconductor families presented in this tracker include discretes, optoelectronics, sensors, analog ICs, logic ICs, microprocessors, DSP, microcontrollers, DRAM, SRAM, NOR FLASH, NAND FLASH and other memories. Semiconductor manufacturers are notorious for enthusiastic production schedules, which will often leave them with more supply than demand; this typically accounts for many downturns the market has faced. Even during the overall economic recession, demand for semiconductors has remained mixed with strong growth in 2010 and anemic conditions in 2011 and 2012. The industry is anticipated to do better overall in 2013, breaking $312 billion. The 7 percent year over year increase in revenue will likely pave the way to a solid 9 percent average growth rate through 2018.

Q2 2013 Semiconductor Market Tracker

Semiconductor families presented in this tracker include discretes, optoelectronics, sensors, analog ICs, logic ICs, microprocessors, DSP, microcontrollers, DRAM, SRAM, NOR FLASH, NAND FLASH and other memories. Semiconductor manufacturers are notorious for enthusiastic production schedules, which will often leave them with more supply than demand; this typically accounts for many downturns the market has faced. Even during the overall economic recession, demand for semiconductors has remained mixed with strong growth in 2010 and anemic conditions in 2011 and 2012. The industry is anticipated to do better overall in 2013, breaking $312 billion. The 7 percent year over year increase in revenue will likely pave the way to a solid 9 percent average growth rate through 2018.

Q1 2013 Semiconductor Market Tracker

Semiconductor families presented in this tracker include discretes, optoelectronics, sensors, analog ICs, logic ICs, microprocessors, DSP, microcontrollers, DRAM, SRAM, NOR FLASH, NAND FLASH and other memories. Semiconductor manufacturers are notorious for enthusiastic production schedules, which will often leave them with more supply than demand; this typically accounts for many downturns the market has faced. Even during the overall economic recession, demand for semiconductors has remained mixed with strong growth in 2010 and anemic conditions in 2011 and 2012. The industry is anticipated to do better overall in 2013, breaking $312 billion. The 7 percent year over year increase in revenue will likely pave the way to a solid 9 percent average growth rate through 2018.