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Research and Markets: Global Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) Market Report 2013-2019: SRAM, Flash & Antifuse Analysis

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/gcvsl8/fieldprogrammable) has announced the addition of the "Global Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) Market Report 2013-2019" report to their offering.

A Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) is an integrated circuit or semiconductor device used to implement logical function. FPGA helps program product features and functions, adapt to new standards, and reconfigure hardware for specific applications even after the product has been installed in the field. FPGAs are programmed and configured using Hardware Description Language (HDL) such as VHDL and Verilog. Steady miniaturization of devices has compelled the need for usage of FPGAs across various segments.

Application of FPGA in imaging equipment and automobile for high performance computing abilities is expected to contribute to market growth. Recently, initiatives by non-governmental organizations, private players, and government bodies to form A4AI (Alliance for Affordable Internet) to advocate regulatory reforms to reduce internet access cost worldwide is further expected to fuel market growth. Integrating 3D ICs with FPGA, processor, SerDes (Serializer or Deserializer), and memory controllers are expected to act as an opportunity for market growth in the near future.

Asia Pacific dominated the global market in 2012 and occupied 40.2% of the overall market share. Countries such as Japan, China, India, and South Korea are responsible for the growth opportunities in this segment. Growth in the industrial, consumer electronics, automobile and telecommunication segments is driving the market in this region. North America occupied significant market share which can be attributed to technological advancements coupled with sophisticated equipment across target applications in this region.

The telecommunication segment is expected to exhibit the fastest growth on account of growing demand for bandwidth, with an estimated CAGR of 9.0% from 2013 to 2019. This can be attributed to the usage of FPGA in base stations in updating from 2G to 3G and further from 3G to LTE networks. Consumer electronics are expected to exhibit significant growth until 2019. Growth in the usage of smartphones, tablets, and phablets is primarily responsible for the projected increase in demand for these devices.

The global FPGA market has been segmented by technology into SRAM, flash, and antifuse. SRAM is expected to be the largest and fastest growing technology over the next few years. The market has also been segmented, based on application, into consumer electronics, automotive, industrial, data processing, military and aerospace, telecommunication, and others. Major industry participants include Xilinx Inc, Altera Corporation, Lattice Semiconductor, Microsemi Corporation, Achronix Semiconductors, Cypress Semiconductors, and Tabula.

Scope of the Report

Technology Analysis


- Flash

- Antifuse

Application Analysis

- Consumer electronics

- Automotive

- Industrial

- Data processing

- Military and aerospace

- Telecommunication

- Others (Medical electronics)

Key Topics Covered:

Chapter 1 Preface

Chapter 2 Executive Summary

Chapter 3 Market Overview

Chapter 4 Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) Market, Technology Analysis, 2013 - 2019

Chapter 5 Global FPGA Market: Application Analysis

Chapter 6 FPGA Market, Regional Analysis

Chapter 7 Company Profiles

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/gcvsl8/fieldprogrammable

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