• Growth Opportunities for Programmable Semiconductor Technologies
    Technological advancements in MPUs, FPGAs, GPUs and AI accelerators are driving the programming semiconductor industry

    Research Overview

    After memory, programmable semiconductors are considered as the major revenue grabber in semiconductors. The key technologies under programmable semiconductors are graphical processing units (GPUs), field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), microprocessing units (MPUs) and artificial intelligence accelerators (AI Accelerators) which are currently garnering global attention as they cater to hundreds of applications across a broad spectrum of industries. GPUs are key to high speed image and video processing in sectors such as gaming and graphic art making it a vital entity in present day computers and smartphones. FPGAs offer reprogrammable features which offer high data acceleration for intensive data processing that can be leveraged in areas such as datacenters. MPUs are increasingly becoming prominent in embedded applications owing to their high processing capabilities within small footprint. AI accelerators are the emerging segment in programmable semiconductors which is garnering global attention owing to its features to integrate with internet-of-things (IoT), smart devices, industry 4.0 and Big Data.

    This technology and innovation report offers insights on the market segmentation of core programmable semiconductor technologies. The scope of this research service focuses mainly on the growth opportunities of GPUs, FPGAs, MPUs and AI Accelerators, their market analysis, stakeholder ecosystem, application heat-map and companies that have excelled in creating a niche for themselves in the programmable semiconductor market.


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