Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Size Attractiveness Analysis and Key Investment Opportunity and Forecast to 2030

Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market to surpass USD 9.8 billion by 2030 from USD 4.6 billion in 2018 at a CAGR of 5.7% throughout the forecast period, i.e., 2019-30. Significant growth in the electronics industry across the globe is one of the main factors offering a favorable outlook for the market. Moreover, the widespread adoption of multicore technology for consumer electronics is increasing the industry’s growth. Smartphones, laptops, and tablets run on dual-core or quad-core processors that need highly effective SIPs to provide error-free performance. In line with this, the rising demand for modern system-on-chip (SOC) designs is also contributing to market growth. Numerous technological advances, such as the integration of connected devices with the Internet of Things (IoT) and the use of graphene transistors, self-organizing molecular devices, and carbon nanotubes, are other growth-inducing factors. Other factors, including increased use of SIPs for superior driver interfaces and in-cabin entertainment systems in vehicles, are expected to push the market further.

Semiconductor intellectual property (IP), also referred to as IP cores, are the reusable design components. Semiconductor IP is used to build advanced integrated circuits (IC’s). These design elements are sold as rights for the design to be used and replicated and are thus referred to as intellectual property. These IP cores are combined to create chip-based systems (SoCs), application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs), and application-specific standard products (ASSPs). It is usually designed to be leased out to multiple vendors as a fundamental component for various chip designs and sophisticated applications. It is pre-verified and frequently has a license fee associated with its use. SIPs are commonly used for processors, peripherals, interconnections, and memory drives. Usually, they are produced as either individual soft IP blocks that can be synthesized according to any production process, or hard IP blocks that are used only for unique implementations.

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Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market: Key Players

  • ARM
  • Synopsys
  • Imagination Technologies
  • Cadence
  • Ceva
  • Vermillion
  • eMemory Technology
  • Rambus
  • Lattice (Silicon Image)

Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market: Segments

Memory IP segment to grow with the highest CAGR during 2019-30

Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market is segmented by design IP as processor IP, interface IP, memory IP, and other IP. The greater market share in 2018 was accounted for by Processor IP and the dominance of the segment is attributed to the wide use of the processor IP in the consumer electronics and automotive sector. The memory IP segment is expected to record the highest CAGR per design IP during the forecast era. Nowadays the exponential growth in media streaming and social networking content has increased the demand for storage locally and within data centers vigorously. To design effective storage and processing devices has required IC designers to use memory IPs.

Automotive sector to grow with the highest CAGR during 2019-30

Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market is segmented by application into consumer electronics, telecom, automotive, aerospace, healthcare, agriculture, and others (government, hospitality, and more). It is estimated that the Consumer Electronics segment will hold the largest market share and has seen very strong demand in recent years. In any consumer electronic product, such as smartphones, laptops, and other devices, semi-conductor IPs are used. The demand for semiconductor IPs has increased due to the strong market demand for better and more advanced smartphones and tablets. The key driver of this market is the worldwide adoption of new consumer devices, the demand for smart devices, and the demand for advanced SOC designs. It is expected that new technologies such as embedded and programmable DSP IPs will further drive the demand in the future. During the forecast era, the automotive sector is projected to expand at the highest CAGR level. Increasing applications for microprocessor units (MPUs), sensors, microcontroller units, interfaces, and memory in autonomous and premium cars are due to the sector’s development.

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Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market: Market Dynamics


Rise in Demand for the Consumer Electronics

Different types of products include consumer electronics, such as TVs, cameras & camcorders, notebooks, audio/video equipment, smartphones & tablets, desktops, laptops, gaming consoles and accessories, home appliances, wearable electronics, etc. Demand for consumer electronics is growing especially in developing countries such as India, China, and more. In turn, the growth of the semiconductor IP market is expected to increase the adoption of mobile devices, smartphones, tablets, and other connected devices due to the growing demand for high-speed broadband connectivity and rampant advances in technology. Additionally, increased storage space, fast processing speed, larger displays, and higher resolution displays are also fueling the global mobile market’s growth. Subsequently, this is expected to create a favorable environment for the global semiconductor IP market to develop.


Impact of IP thefts and counterfeit concern on the semiconductor IP market

IP robberies, counterfeits, and disputes are major challenges facing the semiconductor IP industry; the impact of these problems has increased over the past few years. The shadow semiconductor supply chain is another big factor that generates a serious issue and fuels IP robberies, counterfeits, conflicts, and piracy. For the global semiconductor industry and manufacturers, intermediaries, and consumers, the counterfeit semiconductor chip supply chain, involving pirated semiconductor IP, is more devastating. IP counterfeiting, including the production of counterfeit components and IP core system-level designs, is the main economic challenge to existing business models that have been followed globally.

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Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market report also contains analysis on:

Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) Market Segments:

  • By Design IP:
    • Processor IP
    • Interface IP
    • Memory IP
    • Other IP
  • By IP Source:
    • Licensing
    • Royalty
    • Servicing
  • By Application:
    • Consumer Electronics
    • Telecom
    • Automotive
    • Aerospace
    • Healthcare
    • Agriculture
    • Others

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