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The innovations in semiconductor processing technologies, and increasing electronics manufacturing efficiencies have facilitated FPGA vendors, to offer their programmable devices at affordable unit costs, as compared to other traditional approaches, such as application specific integrated circuit (ASICs). Moreover, the other advantages associated with field-programmable gate array, such as higher performance gain in software application, large parallel data processing capacity, and ability to process real time data efficiently, are driving the demand of the field-programmable gate array market.
One of the major drivers of the field-programmable gate array from supplier perspective is the extremely short time to market. The time required for hardware prototype design of FPGA has shortened in the past few years, since the modern hardware development process is largely based on the IP core design. The end of time-taking processes, such as start-up and debugging, is decreasing the overall development period of the FPGA. Stiff rise in the non-recurring engineering of ASIC has increased the ASIC unit costs over the years. The designing of standard cell ASIC is estimated up to, millions of dollars. Increase in the mask costs raises the effective unit cost, of the ASIC solutions over the years. As a result, FPGA are becoming the popular alternatives for ASIC in many application.
Based on the design architecture of FPGA, the global field-programmable gate array market can be segmented, as SRAM based FPGA, flash based FPGA, and anti-fuse based FPGA. Based on the configuration of the field-programmable gate array, the market can be segmented, into high-end FPGA, low-end FPGA, mid-range FPGA, low-end FPGA, and FPGA process node based configurations.
Based on the application, the global field-programmable gate array market can be broadly categorized, as telecommunication, military & aerospace, consumer electronics, industrial, automotive, medical, data center and computing, and others.
Further, the telecommunication field-programmable gate array market can be segmented into, Wired Communication, and Wireless Communication. Consumer electronics field-programmable market can be categorized, into mobile devices, entertainment devices, and other consumer devices. The medical field programmable gate array market can be segmented, as imaging and non-imaging. The data center & computing field-programmable gate array market can be categorized, into data center, and computing.
Telecommunication accounted for the largest market segment of the field-programmable gate array market in 2014, which is expected to retain its dominance, during the forecast period. Consumer electronics and automotive are two of the fastest growing segments of the field-programmable gate array market. The expanding market of smartphones, tablet, and hand-held PCs, Advanced Driving Assistance System (ADAS), Advanced Front-lighting System (AFS), 3D display, and collision avoidance system are some of the leading growth drivers of the field-programmable gate array market, in consumer electronics and automotive.
Asia Pacific accounted for the largest and fastest growing field-programmable gate array market, in 2014. The market is expected to retain its dominance over the forecast period, attributed to the high concentration of automotive and consumer electronics manufacturers, in the region. North America accounts for the second largest regional field-programmable gate array market, which is driven largely by the demand from telecommunication sector. China, India, U.S., Japan, Germany, Italy, France, U.K., and South Korea are the major regions of the global field-programmable gate array market.
Some of the competitors in the Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) Market are Xilinx Inc., Achronix Semiconductor Corp., Atmel Corporation, Altera Corporation, Lattice Semiconductor Corporation, Atmel Corporation, Tabula Inc., and Microsemi Corporation.