Dublin, 13 January 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The report “Global Analysis of System-on-Chips R&D Portfolio and Growth Opportunities” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com sentence.
This technology and innovation study focuses on the benefits of SoCs, emerging trends in SoC hardware, and growth opportunities for market participants.
The proliferation of the Internet of Things is driving demand for intelligent computing devices that offer many functions and services, such as real-time access to information, resources and communications. To keep up with these improvements, devices have become more powerful and complex, resulting in the need to integrate multiple systems on a single IC. A SoC integrates most of the components of a computer on a single IC and reduces the power, space, and costs required for large systems.
However, SoCs built on traditional bus and crossover communication architectures face design constraints. Due to the rapid development and growing demand for AI applications, complex communication architecture providing high bandwidth is in high demand.
The NoC architecture resembles the architecture of a computer network, but significantly improves the performance of the chip. Semiconductor giants and private venture capitalists are showing interest and investing heavily in new SoC architectures such as RISC-V.
This study covers various aspects of SoC, including:
1.0 Strategic imperatives
1.1 Strategic imperatives pushing the growth of the systems-on-a-chip market
1.2 Strategic imperative
1.3 The Impact of Three Major Strategic Imperatives on the System-on-Chip Industry
1.4 About the Growth Conveyor Engine
1.5 Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Engine
1.6 Research methodology
2.0 Growth environment
2.1 Scope of research
2.2 Key findings
3.0 SoC Technological Landscape
3.1 Technology overview
3.2 Systems on a chip allow you to create compact and efficient solutions.
3.3 Application landscape
3.4 Drivers of growth
3.5 Restrictions on growth
4.0 SoC Research and Development Trends
4.1 R&D ecosystem
4.2 Strategic collaboration is a key trend for solving technological problems.
4.3 Areas of innovation
4.4 Patent landscape
4.5 The efficient integration of AI into chip systems will lead to the transition from bus-based SoC to NoC.
5.0 Funding Trends
5.1 Funding Trend 1: Breakthroughs in IP Blocks for SoCs (trend gaining popularity among investors)
5.2 Funding Trend 2: Government funding bodies actively support SoC innovation.
5.3 The venture capital divisions of the semiconductor giants are actively investing in RISC-V processors for SoCs.
6.0 Companies for Action
6.1 SIFive, USA
6.2 MediaTek Inc., Taiwan
6.3 Qualcomm Inc., USA
6.4 Arteris Inc., USA
6.5 Kalray Corporation, France
7.0 Opportunities for growth
7.1 Growth Opportunity 1: Licensing Technology to Provide Multiple Streams of Revenue
7.2 Growth Opportunity 2: RISC-V IP Cores for Custom SoCs
7.3 Growth Opportunity 3: Automotive SoCs for Increased Security
8.0 Industry contacts
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