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Published Date: August, 2022
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Worldwide semiconductor intellectual property (IP) market revenue reached US$ 5.9 Bn in 2021, with the market expected to surge to a valuation of around US$ 12.3 Bn by 2032, expanding at a high CAGR of 6.8%.

Semiconductor IP Market Size (2021)US$ 5.9 Bn
Projected Year Market Value (2032)US$ 12.3 Bn
Global Market Growth Rate (2022-2032)6.8% CAGR
Market Share of Top 5 Vendors~15%

In the near future, growing usage of semiconductor IPs in the telecommunication & data center, consumer electronics, and automotive sectors will fuel demand for this technology. Increasing demand for modern SoC designs, innovation in multicore technology, increasing adoption of connected devices for day-to-day use, and continuous improvements to optimize rising chip design expenditure are expected to drive demand for semiconductor IPs.

Moreover, rising demand for teleconferencing solutions during the pandemic and growing demand for electronics from the healthcare industry due to COVID-19 are other major factors driving market growth.

Semiconductor IP Market Report Scope and Segmentation

ATTRIBUTESDETAILS
ESTIMATED YEAR2022
BASE YEAR2021
FORECAST YEAR2030
HISTORICAL YEAR2017-2021
UNITValue (USD Million/Billion)
BY REGIONNorth America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa

Semiconductor intellectual property accounts for nearly 2% share of the global semiconductor market at present.

Companies

  • Synopsys Inc.
  • Imagination Technologies
  • Rambus Inc
  • Arm Ltd
  • Cadence Design Systems
  • Ceva Inc
  • Takumi Corporation
  • Nvidia Corporation
  • Qualcomm
  • TES Electronic Solutions GmbH
  • VeriSilicon/Vivante
  • Digital Media Professionals   
Semiconductor intellectual property is a unit of cell, logic, and chip layout design that can be reused by the creator party. Intellectual property in a semiconductor is usually developed with the purpose of licensing to multiple vendors for utilization as a building block in several chip designs.

In today’s generation of integrated circuit (IC) designs, more and more system functionality is getting integrated into single chips (System on Chip (SoC) designs). In these SoC designs, pre-designed IP cores/blocks are becoming increasingly important. This is because most SoC designs have a standard microprocessor and a lot of system functionality that is standardized, and therefore can be reutilized across various designs.

Semiconductor intellectual property demand is estimated to increase at 6.8% CAGR between 2022 and 2032 in comparison with the 8.5% CAGR during the historic period of 2017-2021.

The global semiconductor intellectual property market is anticipated to witness an increase in revenue from US$ 6.3 Bn in 2022 to US$ 12.3 Bn by the end of 2032.

“Upsurge in Use of ASIC Chips Driving Growth of Semiconductor IP-Centric Companies”

An Application-Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) is an Integrated Circuit (IC) chip that is tailored to a specific application rather than being designed for general usage. An ASIC is a chip that can be used in a digital voice recorder or a high-efficiency video encoder.

The peculiarity of ASIC has transformed the manufacturing of electronics. Die sizes are lowered while the density of logic gates per chip is increased. For high-level applications, ASICs are frequently favored. Satellites, ROM manufacturing, microcontrollers, and many types of applications in the medical and scientific sectors use ASIC chips as IP cores.

Cryptocurrency mining is one of the most popular ASIC applications. Mining of cryptocurrency requires more power and high-speed hardware. A general-purpose CPU cannot provide such high computing capacity at high speeds. ASIC bitcoin miners are chips built into specially designed motherboards and power supplies, constructed into a single unit.

Thus, this trending application is fueling market growth and is anticipated to continue its supremacy in the near future.

“Surging Semiconductor Usage in Defense Sector”

The defense industry has contributed majorly to the evolution of the compound semiconductor supply chain. Defense agencies provided the money and applications that allowed compound semiconductor technologies and other parts of the supply chain to flourish and grow. The necessity for high-performance technologies and solutions in defense applications is driving this trend.

Expenditure on equipment and semiconductor content is increasing in the defense sector, mirroring the rise of the strategy analytics segmentation of semiconductor content in electronic warfare, radar, and communications systems. Defense applications do not create the same volume as consumer devices, but devices for defense are characterized by higher prices, and this contributes to high market growth.

“South Asia – Fastest-Growing Semiconductor Intellectual Property Market”

South Asia & Pacific is estimated to be the fastest-growing regional market for semiconductor intellectual property. The market is expected to grow 2.5X during the forecast period.

As automotive, telecom, and data center industries rely on electronic equipment, the need for electrical and semiconductor components is increasing in these industries, necessitating the development of a new chip production design solution in the region.

In autonomous and premium vehicles, use of Microprocessor Units (MPUs), Microcontroller Units (MCUs), sensors, Analogue Integrated Circuits (ICs), interfaces, and memory is growing.

With growing importance of connected automobiles, vehicle connectivity, and electronic mobility in the automotive industry, demand for compact gadgets with high functionality and performance improvements is predicted to rise in the South Asia Pacific region.

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Why is Demand for Semiconductor Intellectual Property Increasing in the U.S.?

Semiconductor IP demand in the U.S. is expected to account for nearly 77% of the North America market share through 2032. The United States is one of the largest markets for semiconductor intellectual property as it majorly contributes to semiconductor solutions.

There are around 500 fabless manufacturing companies in the U.S. Intel and Qualcomm are two firms that buy ARM processor cores to manufacture new gadgets. This area also generates a significant amount of revenue from semiconductor IP used in electrical gadgets.

The North America semiconductor IP market is driven by lower manufacturing and design costs as well as rapid expansion in the electronics industry in the region. Increasing use of various technologically advanced devices, as well as new technical advances, are pushing market demand for semiconductor IP in United States.

How Big is the Opportunity for Adoption of Semiconductor Intellectual Property in the Germany?

Germany is predicted to remain one of the most attractive markets during the forecast period. According to the study, the Germany semiconductor IP market is expected to register 5.9% CAGR over the forecast period.

The automotive industry in Germany is rapidly growing. According to figures provided by German Trade and Invest, the German automotive sector had a turnover of 379.3 billion EU in 2020. Furthermore, it accounted for almost 20% of all German industrial revenue in 2020.

Germany produces 25% of the whole passenger car sector, as well as 20% of all new automobile registrations in the region. Cruise mode, for example, is used in a large number of high-end vehicles. This technology’s incorporation into vehicles is also credited to semiconductor IP designs.

As a result, the automotive sector in the country is growing at a rapid pace. Hence, demand for semiconductor intellectual property in the manufacturing of various cars is increasing.

What are the Sales Prospects for Semiconductor Intellectual Property in India?

Sales in India is estimated to increase at an impressive rate of around 8.7% CAGR between 2022 and 2032. The semiconductor IP industry is rapidly evolving with new semiconductor technologies and methodologies in India.

The semiconductor intellectual property market in India is expected to grow significantly. The country has long been seen as a promising market for large-scale business expansion and investments. Furthermore, due to high demand for consumer electronics and low-cost labor, India is projected to see significant growth in the global semiconductor market.

Majority of India’s semiconductor players have been investing in developing cutting-edge electronic products with increased storage capacity, faster processor speeds, and RF-enabled and wireless communication capabilities. Such factors are contributing to growth of the semiconductor IP market in the country.

What’s Driving Demand for Innovative Processor IPs?

The processor IPs segment is expected to showcase a high market share over the coming years. This segment is predicted to provide an absolute opportunity of US$ 2.5 Bn by the end of 2032.

Intellectual property works as a lynchpin for driving innovation in 5G technology. By providing carrier aggregation, multiple-input/multiple-out (MIMO), and enhanced throughput with improved modulation and high bandwidth channels via mmWave spectrums, 5G is driving huge advances in speed, bandwidth, and data throughput for mobile and automotive applications.

To fulfil the demands of the most modern 5G chipset designs, key vendors are providing trusted solutions, ranging from high-speed analog front-ends to proven interface IP in breakthrough FinFET technologies and processing solutions.

Governments all around the world have acknowledged the value of innovation and research and development, noting that embracing and developing 5G is strongly tied to their technology sovereignty goals. 5G’s important foundation in IP has enabled the technology to grow on a worldwide scale.

  • For instance, in May 2020, Arm Technology introduced the ARM IP for greater digital immersion. This new solution enabled innovation in the Android ecosystem for immense user experiences.

What is the Market Outlook for Licensing IP Source?

The licensing IP source segment is expected to grow 1.8X during forecast period.

Semiconductor intellectual property is an important part of platform-based design, since it allows for product differentiation and incremental enhancements. This platform allows designers to repurpose pre-qualified IP-based fundamental SoCs, decreasing time to market.

Furthermore, customer demand for sophisticated chip specifications can create an explosion of gates on a single chip, and this creates the need for integrating heterogeneous technologies.

As a result, the traditional approach of developing an electronic system from the ground up has been supplanted, and SoC has arisen as an unavoidable solution, in which all of the major functional components of a finished product are integrated into a single chip.

  • For instance, the processing power of Google’s TPU V4 AI processor has been doubled over the previous iteration.

For the semiconductor sector, AI has more potential and the semiconductor intellectual property (IP) market is predicted to grow as a result of this.

The COVID-19 pandemic has led semiconductor companies to mobilize rapidly and make both, short-term and long-term adjustments in their business models as far as the sales and distribution capabilities of their product offerings are concerned.

Worldwide supply chains were disrupted as the virus spread around the world, bringing uncertainty over quarantine period and affecting product sales. The COVID-19 outbreak also increased the adoption of digital services across all industries. Demand for semiconductor products shifted to ASICs, sensors, and memory, while consumer behavior changed rapidly.

With lockdowns easing up across China, India, the U.S., and Germany, and vaccines being rolled out by several nations since December 2020, the manufacturing sector is estimated to accelerate gradually in the near future, and the semiconductor IP market is expected to recover by mid-2022.

Semiconductor intellectual property market players are focusing on various strategies for increasing their investments in research & development to support future semiconductor designs and technologies. In addition, companies are acquiring and entering into partnerships with other companies to develop their own semiconductor intellectual property portfolio to serve more customers and increase their market share.

  • In April 2021, Nvidia announced the launch of Nvidia ampere architecture GPUs for next generation desktops, laptops, and servers, making remote work possible without sacrificing quality and time.
  • In January 2021, CEVA, Inc. established a commercial partnership with DARPA Toolbox for technology innovation. This helped the company strengthen its technological knowledge to improve product quality and increase the efficiency of product performance.

Semiconductor IP Industry Report Scope

AttributeDetails
Forecast Period2022-2032
Historical Data Available for2017-2021
Market AnalysisUSD Billion for Value
Key Regions Covered
  • North America
  • Latin America
  • Europe
  • East Asia
  • South Asia & Pacific
  • and the Middle East & Africa
Key Countries Covered
  • U.S.
  • Canada
  • Germany
  • U.K.
  • France
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • Russia
  • China
  • Japan
  • South Korea
  • India
  • Malaysia
  • Indonesia
  • Singapore
  • Australia & New Zealand
  • GCC Countries
  • Turkey
  • Northern Africa
  • South Africa
Key Market Segments Covered
  • Design IP
  • IP Source
  • Region
Key Companies Profiled
  • Imagination Technologies
  • Rambus Inc
  • Arm Ltd
  • Cadence Design Systems
  • Ceva Inc
  • Takumi Corporation
  • Nvidia Corporation
  • Qualcomm
  • TES Electronic Solutions GmbH
  • VeriSilicon/Vivante
  • Digital Media Professionals
Report Coverage
  • Market Forecast
  • Company Share Analysis
  • Competition Intelligence
  • DROT Analysis
  • Market Dynamics and Challenges
  • Strategic Growth Initiatives
Customization & PricingAvailable upon Request
Semiconductor IP Market by Design IP:

  • Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) IP
  • Interface IP
  • Graphics IP (GPU IP)
  • Memory IP
  • Processor IP
  • Verification IP

Semiconductor IP Market by IP Source:

  • Licensing
  • Royalty

Semiconductor IP Market by Region:

  • North America Semiconductor IP Market
  • Latin America Semiconductor IP Market
  • Europe Semiconductor IP Market
  • East Asia Semiconductor IP Market
  • South Asia & Pacific Semiconductor IP Market
  • Middle East and Africa (MEA) Semiconductor IP Market

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

1.1. Global Market Outlook

1.2. Demand Side Trends

1.3. Supply Side Trends

1.4. Analysis and Recommendations

2. Market Overview

2.1. Market Coverage / Taxonomy

2.2. Market Definition / Scope / Limitations

3. Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Business Model

3.1. Business Model

3.2. Analysis of the main categories of companies involved in the semiconductor chain

4. Key Market Trends

4.1. Key Trends Impacting the Market

4.1.1. Growing Need for Innovative Processor IPs

4.1.2. Increasing Demand for Modern System on Chip Design

4.1.3. Vehicle Connectivity and Growing Significance of Connected Cars

4.2. Product Innovation / Development Trends

5. COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis Impact Analysis

5.1. Impact of COVID-19 on Data Center Market Growth

5.2. Pre-COVID-19 Analysis

5.3. Post COVID-19 Analysis

6. Market Structure Analysis

6.1. Market Share Analysis

6.2. Market Concentration

7. Global Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Demand (in Value in US$ Bn) Analysis 2017-2021 and Forecast, 2022-2032

7.1. Historical Market Value (US$ Bn) Analysis, 2017-2021

7.2. Current and Future Market Value (US$ Bn) Projections, 2022-2032

7.2.1. Y-o-Y Growth Trend Analysis

7.2.2. Absolute $ Opportunity Analysis

8. Global Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Demand (in Shipment in Bn Units) Analysis 2017-2021 and Forecast, 2022-2032

8.1. Historical Market Value (Bn Units) Analysis, 2017-2021

8.2. Current and Future Market Value (Bn Units) Projections, 2022-2032

8.2.1. Y-o-Y Growth Trend Analysis

9. Market Background

9.1. Macro-Economic Factors

9.1.1. GDP Growth Outlook

9.1.2. Global ICT Spending Outlook

9.1.3. Number of Published Patent Applications Worldwide for Semiconductor

9.2. Forecast Factors – Relevance & Impact

9.2.1. Historic Growth Rate of major Semiconductor Manufacture Vendors

9.2.2. Business Impact of COVID-19 on Regional Economy

9.2.3. Supply Chain Disruption Post- Covid-19

9.2.4. Digital Transformation in World

9.2.5. Adoption of Electrical Vehicles

9.2.6. Growth Rate in Electronic Consumer Products

9.3. Value Chain Analysis

9.4. Market Dynamics

9.4.1. Drivers

9.4.2. Restraints

9.4.3. Opportunities

10. Global Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis 2017-2021 and Forecast 2022-2032, By Design IP

10.1.   Introduction / Key Findings

10.2.   Historical Market Size (US$ Bn) Analysis By Design IP, 2017-2021

10.3.   Current and Future Market Size (US$ Bn) Analysis and Forecast By Design IP, 2022-2032

10.3.1.  Application –Specific Integrated Circuit(ASIC) IP

10.3.2.  Interface IP

10.3.3.  Graphics IP (GPU IP)

10.3.4.  Memory IP

10.3.5.  Processor IP

10.3.6.  Verification IP

10.4.    Market Attractiveness Analysis By Design IP

11. Global Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis 2017-2021 and Forecast 2022-2032, By IP Source

11.1. Introduction / Key Findings

11.2. Historical Market Size (US$ Bn) Analysis By IP Source, 2017-2021

11.3. Current and Future Market Size (US$ Bn) Analysis and Forecast By IP Source, 2022-2032

11.3.1.  Licensing

11.3.2.  Royalty

11.4. Market Attractiveness Analysis By IP Source

12. Global Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis 2017-2021 and Forecast 2022-2032, by Region

12.1. Introduction / Key Findings

12.2. Historical Market Size (US$ Bn) and Analysis By Region, 2017-2021

12.3. Current and Future Market Size (US$ Bn) Analysis and Forecast By Region, 2022-2032

12.3.1. North America

12.3.2. Latin America

12.3.3. Europe

12.3.4. East Asia

12.3.5. South Asia & Pacific

12.3.6. Middle East & Africa

12.4. Market Attractiveness Analysis By Region

13. North America Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis 2017-2021 and Forecast 2022-2032

13.1. Introduction

13.2. Historical Market Size (US$ Bn) Trend Analysis By Market Taxonomy, 2017 – 2021

13.3. Current and Future Market Size (US$ Bn) Forecast By Market Taxonomy, 2022 – 2032

13.3.1. By Design IP

13.3.2. By IP Source

13.3.3. By Country

13.3.3.1. U.S.

13.3.3.2. Canada

13.4. Market Attractiveness Analysis

13.4.1. By Design IP

13.4.2. By IP Source

13.4.3. By Country

13.5. Market Trends

13.6. Key Market Participants – Intensity Mapping

14. Latin America Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis 2017-2021 and Forecast 2022-2032

14.1. Introduction

14.2. Historical Market Size (US$ Bn) Trend Analysis By Market Taxonomy, 2017-2021

14.3. Current and Future Market Size (US$ Bn) Forecast By Market Taxonomy, 2022-2032

14.3.1. By Design IP

14.3.2. By IP Source

14.3.3. By Country

14.3.3.1. Brazil

14.3.3.2. Mexico

14.3.3.3. Rest of Latin America

14.4. Market Attractiveness Analysis

14.4.1. By Design IP

14.4.2. By IP Source

14.4.3. By Country

14.5. Market Trends

14.6. Key Market Participants – Intensity Mapping

15. Europe Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis 2017-2021 and Forecast 2022-2032

15.1. Introduction

15.2.  Historical Market Size (US$ Bn) Trend Analysis By Market Taxonomy, 2017-2021

15.3.  Current and Future Market Size (US$ Bn) Forecast By Market Taxonomy, 2022-2032

15.3.1. By Design IP

15.3.2. By IP Source

15.3.3. By Country

15.3.3.1. UK

15.3.3.2. Germany

15.3.3.3. France

15.3.3.4. Italy

15.3.3.5. Spain

15.3.3.6. Benelux

15.3.3.7. Russia

15.3.3.8. Rest of Europe

15.4. Market Attractiveness Analysis

15.4.1. By Design IP

15.4.2. By IP Source

15.4.3. By Country

15.5. Market Trends

15.6. Key Market Participants – Intensity Mapping

16. South Asia & Pacific Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis 2017-2021 and Forecast 2022-2032

16.1. Introduction

16.2. Historical Market Size (US$ Bn) Trend Analysis By Market Taxonomy, 2017-2021

16.3. Current and Future Market Size (US$ Bn) Forecast By Market Taxonomy, 2022-2032

16.3.1. By Design IP

16.3.2. By IP Source

16.3.3. By Country

16.3.3.1. India

16.3.3.2. Malaysia

16.3.3.3. Indonesia

16.3.3.4. Singapore

16.3.3.5. Australia & New Zealand

16.3.3.6. Rest of South Asia & Pacific

16.4. Market Attractiveness Analysis

16.4.1. By Design IP

16.4.2. By IP Source

16.4.3. By Country

16.5. Market Trends

16.6. Key Market Participants – Intensity Mapping

17. East Asia Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis 2017-2021 and Forecast 2022-2032

17.1. Introduction

17.2. Historical Market Size (US$ Bn) Trend Analysis By Market Taxonomy, 2017-2021

17.3. Current and Future Market Size (US$ Bn) Forecast By Market Taxonomy, 2022-2032

17.3.1. By Design IP

17.3.2. By IP Source

17.3.3. By Country

17.3.3.1. China

17.3.3.2. Japan

17.3.3.3. South Korea

17.4. Market Attractiveness Analysis

17.4.1. By Design IP

17.4.2. By IP Source

17.4.3. By Country

17.5. Market Trends

17.6. Key Market Participants – Intensity Mapping

18. Middle East and Africa Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis 2017-2021 and Forecast 2022-2032

18.1. Introduction

18.2. Historical Market Size (US$ Bn) Trend Analysis By Market Taxonomy, 2017-2021

18.3. Current and Future Market Size (US$ Bn) Forecast By Market Taxonomy, 2022-2032

18.3.1. By Design IP

18.3.2. By IP Source

18.3.3. By Country

18.3.3.1. GCC Countries

18.3.3.2. Turkey

18.3.3.3. South Africa

18.3.3.4. North Africa

18.3.3.5. Rest of Middle East & Africa

18.4. Market Attractiveness Analysis

18.4.1. By Design IP

18.4.2. By IP Source

18.4.3. By Country

18.5. Market Trends

18.6. Key Market Participants – Intensity Mapping

19. Country-wise Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.1. U.S. Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.1.1. By Design IP

19.1.2. By IP Source

19.2. Canada Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.2.1. By Design IP

19.2.2. By IP Source

19.3. Mexico Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.3.1. By Design IP

19.3.2. By IP Source

19.4. Brazil Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.4.1. By Design IP

19.4.2. By IP Source

19.5. Germany Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.5.1. By Design IP

19.5.2. By IP Source

19.6. Italy Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.6.1. By Design IP

19.6.2. By IP Source

19.7. France Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.7.1. By Design IP

19.7.2. By IP Source

19.8. U.K. Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.8.1. By Design IP

19.8.2. By IP Source

19.9. Spain Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.9.1. By Design IP

19.9.2. By IP Source

19.10. BENELUX Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.10.1. By Design IP

19.10.2. By IP Source

19.11. Russia Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.11.1. By Design IP

19.11.2. By IP Source

19.12. Rest of Europe Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.12.1. By Design IP

19.12.2. By IP Source

19.13. China Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.13.1. By Design IP

19.13.2. By IP Source

19.14. Japan Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.14.1. By Design IP

19.14.2. By IP Source

19.15. South Korea Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.15.1. By Design IP

19.15.2. By IP Source

19.16. India Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.16.1. By Design IP

19.16.2. By IP Source

19.17. Malaysia Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.17.1. By Design IP

19.17.2. By IP Source

19.18. Indonesia Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.18.1. By Design IP

19.18.2. By IP Source

19.19. Thailand Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.19.1. By Design IP

19.19.2. By IP Source

19.20. Australia and New Zealand Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.20.1. By Design IP

19.20.2. By IP Source

19.21. Rest of South Asia & Pacific Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.21.1. By Design IP

19.21.2. By IP Source

19.22. GCC Countries Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.22.1. By Design IP

19.22.2. By IP Source

19.23. Turkey Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.23.1. By Design IP

19.23.2. By IP Source

19.24. North Africa Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.24.1. By Design IP

19.24.2. By IP Source

19.25. South Africa Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.25.1. By Design IP

19.25.2. By IP Source

19.26. Rest of Middle East and Africa Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Analysis

19.26.1. By Design IP

19.26.2. By IP Source

20. Competition Analysis

20.1. Competition Dashboard

20.2. Competition Deep Dive

20.2.1. Synopsys Inc.

20.2.1.1. Business Overview

20.2.1.2. Product & Service Portfolio

20.2.1.3. Profitability by Market Segments (Business Segment/Region)

20.2.1.4. SWOT Analysis

20.2.1.5. Strategy Overview (Recent Market Development & Growth Strategies)

20.2.2. Imagination Technologies

20.2.2.1. Business Overview

20.2.2.2. Product & Service Portfolio

20.2.2.3. Profitability by Market Segments (Business Segment/Region)

20.2.2.4. SWOT Analysis

20.2.2.5. Strategy Overview (Recent Market Development & Growth Strategies)

20.2.3. Rambus Inc

20.2.3.1. Business Overview

20.2.3.2. Product & Service Portfolio

20.2.3.3. Profitability by Market Segments (Business Segment/Region)

20.2.3.4. SWOT Analysis

20.2.3.5. Strategy Overview (Recent Market Development & Growth Strategies)

20.2.4. Arm Ltd

20.2.4.1. Business Overview

20.2.4.2. Product & Service Portfolio

20.2.4.3. Profitability by Market Segments (Business Segment/Region)

20.2.4.4. SWOT Analysis

20.2.4.5. Strategy Overview (Recent Market Development & Growth Strategies)

20.2.5. Cadence Design Systems

20.2.5.1. Business Overview

20.2.5.2. Product & Service Portfolio

20.2.5.3. Profitability by Market Segments (Business Segment/Region)

20.2.5.4. SWOT Analysis

20.2.5.5. Strategy Overview (Recent Market Development & Growth Strategies)

20.2.6. Ceva Inc

20.2.6.1. Business Overview

20.2.6.2. Product & Service Portfolio

20.2.6.3. Profitability by Market Segments (Business Segment/Region)

20.2.6.4. SWOT Analysis

20.2.6.5. Strategy Overview (Recent Market Development & Growth Strategies)

20.2.7. Takumi Corporation

20.2.7.1. Business Overview

20.2.7.2. Product & Service Portfolio

20.2.7.3. Profitability by Market Segments (Business Segment/Region)

20.2.7.4. SWOT Analysis

20.2.7.5. Strategy Overview (Recent Market Development & Growth Strategies)

20.2.8. Nvidia Corporation

20.2.8.1. Business Overview

20.2.8.2. Product & Service Portfolio

20.2.8.3. Profitability by Market Segments (Business Segment/Region)

20.2.8.4. SWOT Analysis

20.2.8.5. Strategy Overview (Recent Market Development & Growth Strategies)

20.2.9. Qualcomm

20.2.9.1. Business Overview

20.2.9.2. Product & Service Portfolio

20.2.9.3. Profitability by Market Segments (Business Segment/Region)

20.2.9.4. SWOT Analysis

20.2.9.5. Strategy Overview (Recent Market Development & Growth Strategies)

20.2.10. TES Electronic Solutions GmbH

20.2.10.1. Business Overview

20.2.10.2. Product & Service Portfolio

20.2.10.3. Profitability by Market Segments (Business Segment/Region)

20.2.10.4. SWOT Analysis

20.2.10.5. Strategy Overview (Recent Market Development & Growth Strategies)

20.2.11. VeriSilicon/Vivante

20.2.11.1. Business Overview

20.2.11.2. Product & Service Portfolio

20.2.11.3. Profitability by Market Segments (Business Segment/Region)

20.2.11.4. SWOT Analysis

20.2.11.5. Strategy Overview (Recent Market Development & Growth Strategies)

20.2.12. Digital Media Professionals

20.2.12.1. Business Overview

20.2.12.2. Product & Service Portfolio

20.2.12.3. Profitability by Market Segments (Business Segment/Region)

20.2.12.4. SWOT Analysis

20.2.12.5. Strategy Overview (Recent Market Development & Growth Strategies)

21. Assumptions and Acronyms Used

22. Research Methodology

Major Companies

  • Imagination Technologies
  • Rambus Inc
  • Arm Ltd
  • Cadence Design Systems
  • Ceva Inc
  • Takumi Corporation
  • Nvidia Corporation
  • Qualcomm
  • TES Electronic Solutions GmbH
  • VeriSilicon/Vivante
  • Digital Media Professionals

Segmentation

Semiconductor IP Market by Design IP:

  • Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) IP
  • Interface IP
  • Graphics IP (GPU IP)
  • Memory IP
  • Processor IP
  • Verification IP

Semiconductor IP Market by IP Source:

  • Licensing
  • Royalty

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