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Databeans, one of the market research organizations that follow the semiconductor industry, recently published its updated worldwide semiconductor revenue forecast for 2011.
Broken down into categories, it projects market growth for discrete, analog, logic, memory, microcontroller units (MCUs), microprocessor units MPUs, opto, sensors, and the smallest sector in the list—digital signal processors (DSPs).
According to the firm’s latest forecast, DSP revenue will climb steadily from US$5.86 billion in 2010 to just over US$6 billion in 2011 and will continue to edge up to slightly higher than US$7.5 billion in 2015, helped along significantly by the growth of digital wireless devices, including increasingly sought-after mobile computing products. The good news is that there is plenty of life in this, the smallest, chip sector, with much of it being driven by growing demand for data services.
The interested readers can find out how mobile computing has a growing impact on DSP markets, from the special report article in the July issue of IEEE Signal Processing Magazine.
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