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世界のDSP・GPU・メディアプロセッサー市場

The Global Market for DSPs, GPUs, and Media Processors

発行 VDC Research Group, Inc. 商品コード 248836
出版日 ページ情報 英文 24 Pages, 33 Exhibits
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世界のDSP・GPU・メディアプロセッサー市場 The Global Market for DSPs, GPUs, and Media Processors
出版日: 2013年11月27日 ページ情報: 英文 24 Pages, 33 Exhibits
概要

モバイル接続の需要およびその他の機能が継続して成長していることから、ディスクリートDSP、GPUおよびメディアプロセッサーは、ますます厳しくなるOEMの好みにたゆまず対応しています。ビッグデータは競合上の優位性から基本的なビジネス要件へと変化し、企業は高性能コンピューティング(HPC)向けGPUの並行コンピューティング機能の活用を求めるでしょう。同様に、次世代接続をサポートするためのワイヤレスインフラ要件の増加は、今後数年間にわたって組込みDSPの市場を促進する見込みです。欧州、中東、およびアフリカ(EMEA)ではディスクリートプロセッサーの需要が増加すると見られています。しかし景気低迷により同地域の発展は抑制され、南北アメリカおよびアジア太平洋地域・中国に後れを取る見込みです。

当レポートでは、市販のDSP、GPUおよびメディアプロセッサーの新しい動向について調査し、各プロセッシング技術の市場規模(収益・台数)、地域の影響因子、産業関与、流通チャネル、技術特徴/機能、および競合情勢の分析を提供しており、エンジニアのプロセッサー選択基準、嗜好および動向の詳細な分析を含め、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

エグゼクティブサマリー

世界市場の概要・予測

  • 世界市場の概要
  • 世界市場の見解・分析
  • 5カ年予測:重大ニュース
  • 近年の発展
  • 競合情勢

地域予測

  • 南北アメリカ
  • EMEA
  • アジア太平洋地域

比較予測:産業・技術別

  • DSP
  • 予測の概要:DSP-産業市場別
  • 見解・分析:DSP-産業市場別
  • GPU
  • 予測の概要:GPU-産業市場別
  • 見解・分析:GPU-産業市場別
  • メディアプロセッサー
  • 予測の概要:メディアプロセッサー-産業市場別
  • 見解・分析:メディアプロセッサー-産業市場別

競合情勢

  • 概要
  • 見解・分析
  • 市場概要

エンドユーザーの動向・洞察

  • DSPの出力定格
  • 概要
  • 見解・分析
  • 組込みGPUに用いられるプロセッサーのタイプ
  • 概要
  • 見解・分析

本調査について

目次

This research program analyzes emerging trends for commercially available DSPs, GPUs, and media processors. For each processing technology we examine the market size (revenues and units), regional influences, industry involvement, distribution channels, technological features/functions, and the competitive landscape. This research also provides a detailed analysis of engineers' processor selection criteria, preferences, and trends.

What questions are addressed?

  • Through what channels are DSPs reaching service providers?
  • Are CPUs edging out DSPs in the data plane?
  • In which vertical markets are OEMs demanding GPUs?
  • Qualcomm left its mark in mobile. Can it do the same in the rest of embedded?
  • Who is capitalizing on the growth of the casino gaming market? AMD, NVIDIA, or Intel?

Who should read this report?

This annual research program is written for those responsible for making critical decisions regarding product, market, channel and competitive strategy and tactics. This report is intended for senior decision-makers who are developing embedded technology, including:

  • CEO or other C-level executives
  • Corporate development and M&A teams
  • Marketing executives
  • Business development and sales leaders
  • Product development and product strategy leaders
  • Channel management and channel strategy leaders

Summary

Discrete DSPs, GPUs, and media processors will persevere to accommodate increasingly stringent OEM preferences as demands for mobile connectivity and other capabilities continue to grow. As big data shifts from being a competitive advantage to a fundamental business requirement, enterprises will also seek to leverage the parallel computing capabilities of GPUs for high-performance computing (HPC). Similarly, increasing wireless infrastructure requirements to support next-gen connectivity will drive the market for embedded DSPs over the next several years.

Despite the advantages of traditional processors, heterogeneous SoCs will greatly influence their demand moving forward, regularly challenging them on cost, performance, and efficiency. Processor vendors will need to maintain the competitiveness of their traditional products through regular innovation and greater software support to remain viable.

Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) will experience positive growth in demand for discrete processors. However, lackluster economic conditions will continue to strain development in this region, causing expansion to remain progressively behind the Americas and Asia-Pacific and China (APAC) markets.

Key Findings

  • The CAGR for the DSP, GPU, and media processor markets from 2012 through 2017 is projected at X.X%, XX.X%, and XX.X%, respectively.
  • Communications infrastructure and handsets continue to be key drivers of the embedded DSP market as network operators face increasing wireless infrastructure requirements to sufficiently support 3G and 4G/LTE connectivity.
  • Digital signage, consumer electronics, and gaming are the three major vertical markets for embedded GPUs due to the growing need to support rich and dynamic media content on a seemingly endless array of screen types and sizes.
  • The proliferation of rich media content increasing consumer requirements for HD video/displays, loading/buffering speeds, and audio quality is driving demand for media processors.
  • Heterogeneous SoCs integrating GPU and DSP cores, among others, are challenging the position of all types of discrete processors.
  • Qualcomm and Texas Instruments are the leading suppliers of embedded DSPs, while AMD owns the majority of the embedded GPU market.

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Five-Year Forecast: Media processors market expanding

The digital signal processor (DSP) market will grow at a CAGR of X.X% from 2012 through 2017. The market reached revenues of nearly $XB in 2012 after strong year-over-year growth of X.X%. Handsets represent the majority market for DSPs and will be the leading cause for growth during the next several years. The continued evolution of communications and networking infrastructures across the world, particularly in new base stations and routing/switching equipment to accommodate next-gen connectivity, will also be a leading contributor to DSP expansion.

Despite a rough 2012 in which the embedded graphics processing unit (GPU) market declined X.X%, we expect the market to rebound and expand at a five-year CAGR of XX.X% through 2017 to reach more than $XB in revenues. Consumer electronics and digital signage will continue accounting for the lion's share of revenues; detailed visual experiences are essential for improving viewer satisfaction and conveying informational messages. However, discrete GPUs as well as DSPs are under pressure by the proliferation of competitive system-on-chip (SoC) alternatives. IP vendors are fueling this trend and in some cases are discrete manufacturers themselves, such as NVIDIA. SoCs are taking hold of several markets (such as consumer electronics, mobile phones, and tablets) as heterogeneous computing spreads to allow OEMs to consolidate processing functionality and performance within fewer chips.

The market for media processors, which include CPUs, DSPs, GPUs, and SoCs utilized for encoding/decoding or transcoding media content, will exceed $XX.XB in revenues in 2017, growing at a CAGR of XX.X% from 2012. Media gateways and servers for communications and networking applications will remain the top applications for media processors through the next several years. However, consumer electronics will see stronger growth as users continually expect rich media content across all devices.

Recent Developments

Processing technology companies in these markets are moving in a variety of directions in anticipation of future shifts in technology and user requirements. In August 2013, Qualcomm, the leading embedded DSP vendor, opened up its Hexagon DSP cores to third-party programmers. The move raises the strong possibility of Qualcomm soon joining the ranks of Synopsys and other IP vendors in licensing entire cores to other processor manufacturers. NVIDIA, though, did announce its intentions to establish a licensing model for its Kepler GPUs in mid-2013, providing an industry alternative to the duopolistic graphics IP market currently had by ARM and Imagination Technologies.

The H.265 codec won the support of several leading processor technology suppliers over the past year, including Broadcom, Imagination Technologies, and Texas Instruments. UltraHD content is on the verge and vendors must begin preparing for the next wave of rich media now.

Big data analytics is emerging as a crucial business tool for enterprises in nearly all industries. The parallel computing advantage had by GPUs is ideal for reams of data. NVIDIA worked closely with IBM over the past year to unify the CUDA GPU and Power ecosystems and bring heterogeneous GPU acceleration, an increasingly prevalent system architecture, to high-end servers in high-performance computing (HPC) applications. As such, a variety of nontraditional or smaller GPU markets will accelerate adoption over the next five years.

Competitive Landscape

The majority of the DSP market is owned by the top two vendors, Qualcomm and Texas Instruments. Texas Instruments boasts a broad portfolio of DSPs, used in devices ranging from doorbells to communications equipment. Meanwhile, Qualcomm enables the majority of modems for handsets and also leverages its Hexagon DSP expertise for its Snapdragon product line in adjacent mobile processor markets. We believe both of these vendors will continue to reign supreme over the next several years.

Likewise, the discrete embedded GPU market is controlled by AMD and NVIDIA, with AMD owning more than 95% share. AMD plays in a wide variety of industries and leads the processor markets for digital signage and gaming applications.

Heterogeneous SoCs are challenging the markets for discrete processors of all types. A variety of SoC providers are incorporating GPU and DSP cores to minimize footprint and power consumption of processors in increasingly stringent applications. Licensing IP for optimized cores is an effective business model for discrete technology manufacturers and will become even more beneficial as SoCs continue to garner design wins.

Table of Contents

Executive Brief

  • Summary
  • Key Findings

Global Market Overview and Forecast

  • Global Market at a Glance
  • Exhibit 1: Forecasted Global Embedded Processor Shipments (US $Billions)
  • Exhibit 2: Forecasted Global Embedded Processor Shipments (Millions of Units)
  • Global Market Ideas & Insights
  • Five-Year Forecast: HEADLINE
  • Recent Developments
  • Competitive Landscape

Regional Forecasts

  • Exhibit 3: Forecasted Embedded DSP Growth by Region (US $Millions)
  • Exhibit 4: Forecasted Embedded GPU Growth by Region (US $Millions)
  • Exhibit 5: Forecasted Embedded Media Processor Growth by Region (US $Millions)
  • The Americas
  • Five-Year Forecast: Strong Growth Propelled by Cutting-Edge Media and Communications
  • Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA)
  • Five-Year Forecast: Lingering Recessions and Minimal Penetration of 4G LTE Spells a Slowdown in Processor Demand
  • Asia-Pacific (APAC)
  • Five-Year Forecast: APAC Leads on Nearly All Fronts

Comparative Forecast by Vertical and Technology

  • DSPs
  • Forecast at a Glance: DSPs by Vertical
    • Exhibit 6: Vertical Market Share Forecast for Embedded DSPs (Percent of Dollars)
  • Ideas & Insights: DSPs by Vertical
  • GPUs
  • Forecast at a Glance: GPUs by Vertical
    • Exhibit 7: Vertical Market Share Forecast for Embedded GPUs (Percent of Dollars)
  • Ideas & Insights: GPUs by Vertical
  • Media Processors
  • Forecast at a Glance: Media processors by vertical
    • Exhibit 8: Vertical Market Share Forecast for Embedded Media Processors (Percent of Dollars)
  • Ideas & Insights: Media processors by vertical

Competitive Landscape

  • Competitive Landscape at a Glance
    • Exhibit 9: Supplier Market Share for Embedded DSPs (Percent of Dollars)
    • Exhibit 10: Supplier Market Share for Embedded GPUs (Percent of Dollars)
  • Competitive Landscape Ideas & Insights
  • Market Overview

End-User Trends and Insights

  • Power Range of DSPs
  • At a Glance
    • Exhibit 11: Power range typically required for embedded DSPs (Percent of Respondents)
  • Ideas & Insights
  • Processor types used with embedded GPUs
  • At a Glance
    • Exhibit 12: Other processors used with embedded GPUs in respondents' products (Percent of Respondents)
  • Ideas & Insights

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