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Busted! 3rd Party SIP Market Myths

Myth: Analog IP is not a sustainable business model.
Busted: Analog IP is expected to grow at a 17.1% CAGR with Licensing revenues reaching a CAGR of 15.2%.

Phoenix, Arizona April 12, 2011 - This is just one of the SIP market mysteries explored and myths busted in Semico Research's new report: 3rd Party SIP Market Analysis and Forecast by Quarter (SC101-11), which looks at the SIP market by quarter from 1Q06 - 4Q15. This report also breaks the SIP market into ten separate IP Categories:

IP Categories Analyzed and Profiled:
CPU Cores
Embedded Memory
Video and Graphics
Chip Enhancement
DSP Cores

The report further breaks these categories down by Licensing revenues, Royalty revenues and Service revenues, providing actual revenues from 1Q06 through 4Q10 and a forecast for each area through the 4th quarter of 2015.

In addition, Semico has provided data and analysis of the trends prevalent for each of the above IP categories in areas such as the average Licensing revenues per SoC design, the average Royalties per SoC part and the average Service revenues per SoC design.

The amount of data is so extensive that a single word document cannot contain it all. Instead, a Word file and an Excel spreadsheet are combined, containing over 180 charts and over 115 tables.

For a limited time, purchase this report and receive a discount to the Semico Summit, May 1-3. Our speaker list includes:
• Moshe Gavrielov, Xilinx
• Joe Sawicki, Mentor Graphics
• Len Perham, MoSys
• Danny Biran, Altera
• Chi-Ping Hsu, Cadence
• Grant Pierce, Sonics
• Aart de Geus, Synopsys
• See the complete list here.

To purchase this report, or to obtain more information on the Summit, contact: or 602-997-0337.

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