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FPGA market to reach $2,75 bn by end of decade
14 June 2006, News

The field-programmable gate array (FPGA) market, with a quickly expanding array of uses, is on a roll.

The value of worldwide FPGA shipments will increase from $1,9 bn in 2005 to $2,75 bn by 2010, and much of this revenue will come from low volume shipments.

This is according to high-tech market research firm In-Stat. Says Jerry Worchel, senior analyst: "In large part, low volume use of this product relates directly to price, which directly correlates to complexity, and prices can run from less than $100 per unit to several thousand dollars per unit. End-use applications will determine the viability of using FPGAs for the long haul."

FPGAs find applications across the entire spectrum of electronic system design, from basic glue logic at the lower densities, to high-complexity, ASIC-type devices at the high-density end. In-Stat notes that the largest two end-use segments will be communications and industrial, whose combined market share of the FPGA market will increase from 73,8% in 2005, to 76,8% by 2010.


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