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Forecast Analysis: Electronics and Semiconductors, Worldwide, 1Q17 Update

Published: 12 April 2017

ID: G00320718

Analyst(s): Alan Priestley , Ben Lee , Joseph Unsworth , Brady Wang, Amy Teng , Hiroyuki Shimizu, Andrew Norwood , Claire Wen, Bill Ray , George Brocklehurst , James F. Hines, Masatsune Yamaji , Adriana Blanco, Bryan Lewis, Roger Sheng , Jon Erensen

Summary

2017 semiconductor revenue is expected to rise 12.3%, driven by price increases in DRAM and NAND flash, as tight supply conditions are expected to remain throughout most of 2017. Technology product management leaders should anticipate an increasing BOM and potential bottlenecks to production.

Table Of Contents
  • Overview
  • Companion Documents

Forecast Data

Market Impact

  • Electronic Equipment Forecast Revision
  • Semiconductor Device Forecast Revision

Assumptions

  • DRAM
    • Pricing Dynamics
    • Supply and Demand
  • Emerging Memory
    • System Design
  • NAND Flash Memory
    • Pricing Dynamics
    • Supply and Demand
  • ASSP and Display Drivers
    • System Design
  • CMOS Image Sensors
    • Features and Functions
  • Automation
  • Security
    • System Design
  • ADAS
    • Features and Functions

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