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April 2013

Rich Wawrzyniak

Senior Analyst
ASICs, SoC
602-997-0337

Rich Wawrzyniak, a veteran with 20+ years of experience in the Semiconductor Industry, has held sales and sales management, product marketing and product marketing management positions and been a market analyst and manager of corporate planning at large semiconductor manufacturers, focused on technical sales and marketing.

Adrienne Downey

Director of Technology Research
Manufacturing
602-997-0337

IPI Report

The IPI is Semico’s most popular report series that accurately predicts semiconductor revenue inflection points four quarters in advance.  This is one of the best ways to stay up to date on semiconductor trends as each article seeks to discuss how current trends will affect the market over the next year along with detailed forecasts.  

The IPI Report is designed around the chart below, which has a proven track record of forecasting these inflection points.

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Mobile Healthcare: New Technology for a Healthy Lifestyle

Phoenix, AZ - April 16th, 2013 One of the problems facing the healthcare industry today is the constant struggle to proactively engage consumers into monitoring and managing their own health before acute or chronic illness sets in.

The solution can be found within the semiconductor industry. Specifically, MEMS, wireless, and cloud services are enabling a healthcare revolution where consumer medical devices will increase from 49.6 million units in 2013 to 271 million units in 2017, a CAGR of 45%.

System(s)-on-a-Chip: Changes in Design Methodology

Phoenix, AZ - April 9th, 2013 Advances in the 3rd Party Semiconductor Intellectual Property (SIP) market as well as in the Electronic Design Automation (EDA) market have allowed silicon designers to increase the complexity in their silicon solutions to the point where the industry can actually think about these solutions in the plural sense, as System(s)-on-a-Chip (SoC).

Mobile Healthcare: New Technology for a Healthy Lifestyle

The healthcare market is a large and complex machine that needs regulatory input from governments, expert input from healthcare providers, cost input from health insurers, and end-result data from consumers. Each of these segments over the next few years will be pushing and pulling new technologies to completely overhaul the worldwide view on healthcare. Semico's new report on mobile healthcare examines these issues, including Big Data and the Affordable Care Act (ACA), and much more.

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