“Global Microprocessor Sales will not Slow Until 2020”
Affected by the weak shipment of smart phones, the China-US trade war, and the excess inventory of data center computers, the global microprocessor (MPU) sales in the current (2019) year is likely to end a record high for 9 consecutive years, but the forecast is 2021. Years will be able to reach a record high.
IC Insights, a technology research and development agency, published a research report on the 10th, indicating that global microprocessor sales this year will shrink by 4% to 77.3 billion US dollars, but it is expected to rebound by 2.7% to US$79.3 billion in 2020, and will be tested in 2021. Billion dollars, refreshed in history.
IC Insights originally predicted that global microprocessor sales will not slow until 2020, but later decided to advance the time to this year and deepen the predicted decline. The agency’s January estimate is that microprocessor sales will grow 3.9% this year and will shrink slightly by 0.1% in 2020.
According to the latest forecast, the overall annual growth rate of microprocessor sales (CAGR) will reach 2.7% in 2018-2023, and the sales in 2023 will be $91.7 billion. In addition, the CAGR of microprocessor shipments during the above period was only 1.0%, and the shipments in 2023 were 2.4 billion.
This year, 29% of microprocessor sales are expected to come from mobile application processors ($22.2 billion) and 3% from tablet microprocessors ($2.5 billion). Nearly 52% will come from notebooks, desktops, thin network/cloud computing systems, servers, mainframes and supercomputers ($39.8 billion), most of which are based on Intel (Intel), Supermicro (AMD) x86 architecture based, sales of RISC architecture accounted for only 1%.
In addition, 17% of total microprocessor sales in 2019 are expected to come from embedded processing applications ($12.9 billion), and estimated sales are expected to grow 10% from $11.7 billion in 2018, mainly due to the Internet of Things ( IoT), the increasing popularity of automated and artificial intelligence systems, and the proliferation of sensors used in end products such as automobiles, industrial equipment, and consumer products.
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Global Microprocessor Sales will not Slow Until 2020, - /10
Affected by the weak shipment of smart phones, the China-US trade war, and the excess inventory of data center computers, the global microprocessor