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Semiconductor (Silicon) IP Market by Form Factor, Design Architecture, Processor Type, Application, Geography and Verification IP - Forecast & Analysis to 2013 - 2020

DUBLIN, April 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/txphhc/semiconductor) has announced the addition of the "Semiconductor (Silicon) IP Market by Form Factor, Design Architecture, Processor Type, Application, Geography and Verification IP - Forecast & Analysis to 2013 - 2020" report to their offering. 
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The semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) market is expanding rapidly in size and prominence at a growth rate which is two times faster than the overall semiconductor market. As process technologies shrink further in the sub-nanometer level, the gap between accessible silicon and designers' ability to utilize that space keeps widening. 

IP is vital in ameliorating design productivity at advanced design processes. With relatively slower growth in the overall semiconductor market, expense management has gained focus, which is driving the growth of third-party IP vendors. Semiconductor players are actively outsourcing the IP design and development activities not core to their product differentiation. The growing trend of third-party IP Vendors and increasing licensing of advanced IP blocks by several key players are bound to change the landscape of the global semiconductor IP market.

The report on the global semiconductor (Silicon) Intellectual Property (IP) market analyzes the semiconductor IP industry's value chain, giving a bird's eye-view of all the major and allied industry segments to the semiconductor IP industry. It discusses the markets of various allied industry segments such as EDA vendors, foundry players, fabless players, fab players, and IDMs. The global semiconductor Intellectual Property market is classified by various types of market segmentations and discussed in detail with market estimates and forecasts for each of the sub-segments. The report also discusses and analyzes the market dynamics of the semiconductor IP market, namely- its market drivers, restraints and opportunities along with the industry's burning issues and winning imperatives.

This study also showcases a comprehensive overview of the global semiconductor IP market by enveloping all major market segmentations combined with detailed qualitative and quantitative analysis of each market segment. The market numbers are forecasted from 2013 till 2020, to present a glance of the huge market potential offered by this market within the forecast period from 2013 to 2020.

Key Topics Covered: 

  1. Introduction
  2. Executive Summary
  3. Semiconductor IP Market Overview
  4. Semiconductor IP Market By Form Factor
  5. Semiconductor IP Market By Design Architecture
  6. Semiconductor IP Market By Processor Type
  7. Semiconductor IP Market By Application
  8. Verification IP Market By Protocol
  9. Semiconductor IP Market By Geography
  10. Competitive Landscape
  11. Company Profiles
  12. Altera
  13. Arm
  14. Atmel
  15. Cadence Design Systems
  16. Cast
  17. Ceva
  18. Imagination Technologies
  19. Mentor Graphics
  20. Rambus
  21. Silabtech
  22. Silicon Image
  23. Synopsys



For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/txphhc/semiconductor

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