Global Chiplets Market, by Application (Microprocessors (MPUs), System-on-Chip (SOC), Device Graphic Processing Units (GPUs), Programmable Logic Devices (PLDs)), By End-Use Industry (Automotive Electronics, Consumer Electronics, Industrial Automation, Healthcare, Military, IT and Telecommunication, Other End-Use Industries), and by Region- Industry Segment Outlook, Market Assessment, Competition Scenario, Trends and Forecast 2022-2032
- Published date: May 2023
- Report ID: 83992
- Number of Pages: 226
The Global Chiplets Market is projected to be USD 2,872.80 Mn in 2021 to reach USD 5,342.22 Mn by 2031 at a CAGR of 6.40%.
“Global Chiplets Market, by Application (Microprocessors (MPUs), System-on-Chip (SOC), Device Graphic Processing Units (GPUs), Programmable Logic Devices (PLDs)), By End-Use Industry (Automotive Electronics, Consumer Electronics, Industrial Automation, Healthcare, Military, IT and Telecommunication, Other End-Use Industries), and by Region – Global Forecast to 2031”, which offers a holistic view of the global chiplets market through systematic segmentation that covers every aspect of the target market.
A chiplet is a smaller, more specialized piece of silicon glued onto the giant circuit board and then connected to it via microscopic wires. This new design saves on manufacturing time and cost because manufacturers only need to create one chiplet instead of an entire chip. The idea of chiplets is quite similar to microchips. Still, instead of using one silicon wafer for one circuit, it uses many pieces of silicon chips small enough to fit on an ordinary line next. The first company to apply this design to their commercial product was HP.
The last decade has seen a shift in how computing technology is conceptualized and manufactured. Advancements in computer architecture have led to chips composed of smaller, more efficient parts called “chiplets.” These chiplets allow for an unprecedented level of customization, with the potential to improve performance without increasing cost.
The new trend in the world of technology is a chiplet. Small, discreet, and made to be modular, these tiny pieces connect with other chiplets to form full-sized devices. These bits are not only for mobile phones but for PC components as well. Chiplets are more economical because they are produced much smaller than a typical part, which is why they can be made at a lower cost.
Chiplets are the future of electronic devices. Devices such as computers, phones, and tablets are running out of space on their circuit boards due to the increasing number of chips that need to be installed. Chiplets are smaller versions of the circuit board that can be soldered together with other chiplets to make an electronic device. These more minor chips will allow more features and components to be added while not taking up more space on the circuit board.
Global Chiplets Market Revenue (US$ Mn), 2021–2031
Source: Prudour, 2021
Chiplets enable a tiny and thin package with an active interposer, allowing for better flexibility and integration. As a result, this market is fueled by the demand for longer battery life, intelligent, fast processing units, cutting-edge graphics, and small-size designs in smartphones, tablets, and other consumer electronic devices.
The growing popularity of the Internet of Things (IoT), considered the third wave of technology, and the rise of the mobile electronics industry is driving up the usage of chiplets.
Furthermore, several recent technological advancements in consumer electronics gadgets, such as circuit miniaturization, compact size, wireless, fast processing units, 3D visualization, and other intelligent electronic devices, have boosted chiplet demand in the global consumer electronics industry.
The chiplets industry is expected to be fueled by integrating consumer electronics like speakers and earphones with voice assistant equipment. In addition, the electronics sector is being driven by product upgrades and new product releases to improve the user experience by various consumer electronics companies.
Computers, laptops, tablets, smartphones, televisions, VCRs, DVD players, microwaves, toasters, ovens, stoves, clothes washers, stereo systems, handheld game devices, thermostats, video game systems, alarm clocks, bread machines, dishwashers, home lighting systems, and even some refrigerators with digital temperature control use Microprocessors (MPUs) chiplets.
Disposable incomes have gradually increased, spending on technologically advanced consumer electronics products propelling the worldwide chiplets industry.
The slow acceptance of chiplets may hamper this market. The chiplet concept is gaining traction globally. However, significant drawbacks still prevent the widespread use of this technology. As a result, the limited industrial adoption of chiplets is expected to impact the chiplets market over the forecast period negatively.
The need for a more cost-effective solution for semiconductor designs, the reuse of IP (Internet Protocol), and new test flows fuel demand for chiplets. When die functionalities such as I/O (Input/Output) control are split apart, chiplets industry companies look at cost savings possibilities. Chip integration is used to save on costs because these die functions are more difficult to scale.
Developers can stack the split chips to save even more by dividing them in half. Such findings are resulting in income prospects for chiplet market players. Manufacturers in this market are paying attention to the consumer electronics sector’s exponential growth.
In a push to simplify the manufacturing process, several manufacturers are moving towards implementing chiplets. These tiny chips may not have the capabilities that a standard size chip does, but they can still be very helpful in creating a product.
There is an increasing demand for smaller, more energy-efficient chips to power everything from smart home devices to supercomputers. Chiplets are the building blocks of these chips and have found their way into the medical, automotive, industrial, and other sectors due to their low cost and easy fabrication.
This research report on the global chiplets market includes profiles of major companies such as
- Advanced Micro Devices Inc.,
- Achronix Semiconductor Corporation,
- NHanced Semiconductors,
- Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited,
- Xilinx, among others.
Global Chiplets Market Segmentation Based on Application, End-User, and Region
Based on Application
- Microprocessors (MPUs)
- System-On-Chip (SOC) Device
- Graphics Processing Units (GPUs)
- Programmable Logic Devices (PLDs)
Based on End-Use Industry
- Automotive Electronics
- Consumer Electronics
- Industrial Automation
- IT and Telecommunication
- Other End-Use Industries
Based on Region
- North America
- South America
- Middle East & Africa
For the Chiplets Market research study, the following years have been considered to estimate the market size:
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North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East & Africa
United States, Canada and Mexico, Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy, China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia etc.Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa
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