Semico Research Corp is a semiconductor marketing and consulting research company located in Phoenix, Arizona. Semico was founded in 1994 by a group of semiconductor industry experts. We have improved the validity of semiconductor product forecasts via technology roadmaps in end-use markets. Semico offers custom consulting, portfolio packages, individual market research studies and premier industry conferences.
Contact Rick Vogelei at 480-435-8564 for information on reports and custom consulting.
Contact Susan Cadel at 607-368-7600 for more information on market research products.
Contact Jim Feldhan at 602-997-0337 for information on conferences and public relation inquiries.
Individual Research Reports
Semico has an extensive list of individual market research studies sold separately spanning Semiconductor by product type (DRAM, SRAM, FLASH, Micrologic…) and End-use markets (Set-top boxes, Modems, Cell Phones…) which are based on semiconductor consumption in end-use markets (semiconductor usage in end-use products is determined by product teardowns or engineering analysis) plus Manufacturing (Foundry Supply and Demand, Wafer Demand…).
To review current reports, please visit our Semico Studies page.
Custom Portfolio and Consulting Services
Portfolio packages can be customized to fit exactly what the customer needs; however, Semico has a variety of options pre-tailored. Consulting services can cover a wide range of issues including; market sizes, technical roadmaps, due diligence studies and many other semiconductor or electronics industry topics. Semico analysts have extensive and varied semiconductor industry experience with engineering, marketing and production backgrounds. Our products can include direct access to our senior analysts to discuss your inquires in greater detail!
Perfectly coined, the Market Analysis and Planning Model (affectionately known as the MAP Model) tracks significant applications. Within each market, Semico gives you a market forecast, OEM market players, bill of materials with integration trends, the ASPs for the semiconductor components, a semiconductor TAM, and the wafer requirements. Primary research and close working relationships with semiconductor manufacturers allow Semico access to roadmaps on device and manufacturing technology.
Semico also tracks die sizes and yields for the semiconductor devices through its wafer demand model. This information is integrated into the MAP Model to track wafer demand by end market. Please check out our demo for greater depiction of this great product.
IPI Yearly Subscription
Semico Research developed the Inflection Point Indicator to assist in forecasting semiconductor revenues approximately two quarters in advance. IPI—combined with our bill-of-materials, end-market analysis and primary research—has helped Semico Research accurately forecast the industry ahead of all the other prognosticators.
Semico is proud to partner with the Electronic System Design (ESD) Alliance, formerly known as the EDA Consortium (EDAC). The group has broadened its scope and will now address the larger design ecosystem, including semiconductor intellectual property (IP), embedded software, advanced packaging for system scaling and service companies that provide design resources. The ESD Alliance hosts DAC, the Design Automation Conference, each year. For more information, download this presentation or visit the ESD Alliance at www.esd-alliance.org.
The SEMICO SPIN is a weekly e-mail newsletter. The Semico Spin presents Semico's analysts' views about the latest news and product announcements in the semiconductor industry and related areas. The Semico Spin is more than reporting, it is an analysis of the significance of the events covered. Semico analysts develop an expertise in the areas that they cover. That expertise is available in every Semico study, but The Semico Spin makes it available every week.
The Semiconductor Outlook is an annual forecast conference held in September in the Bay Area. This power packed day is your opportunity to tap into accurate forecasts for the upcoming year and beyond. It has become a vital strategic resource for semiconductor companies to plan product and platform strategies for the next year. The Semico Summit is an annual executive conference held in March in Phoenix, Arizona. Widely revered as the semiconductor event of the year, the Summit has been existence since 1997. There are ample opportunities for interaction with top-level leaders in a casual setting. Traditionally, the event kicks off on a Sunday with a golf tournament & welcome reception. Spouses are invited, with activities planned for them on Monday. A well-attended president’s dinner is always held on Monday evening. The industry’s best and brightest gather Monday through Tuesday afternoon to see featured presentations and participate in lively Q&A sessions. The Summit boasts two keynotes, 15 panel speakers and an overall semiconductor outlook delivered by Semico’s president, Jim Feldhan.