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全球應用處理器市場:2017-2021年

Global AP market, 2017-2021

出版日期: | 出版商: Digitimes Inc. | 英文 31 Pages | 商品交期: 最快1-2個工作天內

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  • 簡介
  • 目錄
簡介

全球智慧型手機應用程式處理器 (AP)的出貨量,以年率1.5%成長,估計2018年達16億7000萬美元。由於智慧型手機市場成長減速,預計今後數年的智慧型手機AP出貨量將以緩慢的步調成長,預計2021年達到17億7,000萬台。

本報告提供全球智慧型手機應用程式處理器 (AP)的出貨趨勢的相關調查,由於供應商,架構,儀表板技術,製造工程,及AI支援的各種類的出貨量、出貨量佔有率,主要6家公司的出貨量、出貨量佔有率等。

簡介

出貨分析

  • 供應商
    • 出貨量:各供應商
    • 出貨量佔有率:各供應商
  • 架構
    • 出貨量:各架構
    • 出貨量佔有率:各架構
  • 儀表板技術
    • 出貨量:各儀表板技術
    • 出貨量佔有率:各儀表板技術
  • 製造工程
    • 出貨量:各製造工程
    • 出貨量佔有率:各製造工程
  • AI支援
    • 出貨量:各AI支援
    • 出貨量佔有率:各AI支援

AP供應商的前6名公司

  • Qualcomm
    • AP出貨量
    • 出貨量:各產品系列
    • 出貨量佔有率:各產品系列
    • 出貨量:各製造工程
    • 出貨量佔有率:各製造工程
  • MediaTek
  • Apple
  • Samsung
  • Hisilicon
  • Spreadtrum
目錄

Digitimes Research estimates total shipments of smartphone application processors (AP) worldwide will grow 1.5% on year to 1.67 billion units in 2018. The slowing growth in the smartphone market means global smartphone AP shipments will only grow at a mild pace in the next few years, reaching 1.77 billion units in 2021, according to Digitimes Research's latest Special Report - Global AP market, 2017-2021, which provides insight into various aspects of the market.

Qualcomm will continue reigning at No. 1 in terms of vendor rankings in 2018, followed by MediaTek. While the top-2 AP vendors are unlikely to see threats of being unseated, in-house-developed chips by Apple, Samsung, and Huawei (Hisilicon) will see their share of shipments grow to almost 30% in 2018. Except for Samsung who sells to outside clients a small quantity of its in-house-developed chips, Apple and Hisilicon produce processors exclusively for use in their own smartphones - the iPhone for the former, and Huawei's devices for the latter. As they are the world's top-three smartphone vendors (Apple, Samsung and Huawei), their growing presence is creating strong pressure for processor vendors. It is estimated Qualcomm will show a 1.5% decline in total 2018 shipments. MediaTek's customer base does not overlap much with the device vendors using their own chips and MediaTek has introduced competitive mainstream processors which have been adopted by downstream smartphone vendors. As such, MediaTek is expected to see a 2.1% increase in 2018 shipments but it may have difficulty reaching its 2018 goal of shipping 400 million chips due to slowing growth in the smartphone end market.

In terms of processor architectures, Cortex-A53 remains the mainstream, followed by in-house-developed architectures. As to manufacturing process technologies, 28nm node is still the dominate node, maintaining a major share. The manufacturing of processors for flagship phones will advance to 7nm, 10nm and 12nm nodes, resulting in a drop of the 16nm node's shipment share. The 14nm node's shipment share will rise marginally as Samsung expands its adoption of in-house-developed APs.

Smartphone AP developers are scrambling to add deep learning capabilities to their offerings so that they can perform edge computing in line with the rising artificial intelligence (AI) trend. Smartphone APs supporting heterogeneous computing with graphics processing units (GPU), digital signal processors (DSP) or neural network processors are growingly popular. It is estimated 26.9% of smartphone AP shipments worldwide will have deep learning inference and even training capabilities enabled by heterogeneous computing in 2018.

Table of Contents

Introduction

  • Chart 1: Global smartphone AP shipments, 2016-2021 (m units)

Shipment breakdown

  • Supplier
    • Chart 2: Shipments by supplier, 2017-2021 (m units)
    • Chart 3: Shipment share by supplier, 2017-2021
  • Architecture
    • Chart 4: Shipments by architecture, 2017-2018 (m units)
    • Chart 5: Shipment share by architecture, 2017-2018
  • Baseband technology
    • Chart 6: Shipments by baseband technology, 2017-2018 (m units)
    • Chart 7: Shipment share by baseband technology, 2017-2018
  • Manufacturing process
    • Chart 8: Shipments by manufacturing process, 2017-2018 (m units)
    • Chart 9: Shipment share by manufacturing process, 2017-2018
  • AI support
    • Chart 10: Shipments by AI support, 2017-2018 (m units)
    • Chart 11: Shipment share by AI support, 2017-2018

Top-6 AP suppliers

  • Qualcomm
    • Chart 12: Qualcomm AP shipments, 2017-2021 (m units)
    • Chart 13: Qualcomm shipments by product series, 2017-2018 (m units)
    • Chart 14: Qualcomm shipment share by product series, 2017-2018
    • Chart 15: Qualcomm shipments by manufacturing process, 2017-2018 (m units)
    • Chart 16: Qualcomm shipment share by manufacturing process, 2017-2018
  • MediaTek
    • Chart 17: MediaTek AP shipments, 2017-2021 (m units)
    • Chart 18: MediaTek shipments by product series, 2017-2018 (m units)
    • Chart 19: MediaTek shipment share by product series, 2017-2018
    • Chart 20: MediaTek shipments by manufacturing process, 2017-2018 (m units)
    • Chart 21: MediaTek shipment share by manufacturing process, 2017-2018
    • Chart 22: MediaTek smart speaker AP shipments, 2017-2018 (k units)
  • Apple
    • Chart 23: Apple AP shipments, 2017-2021 (m units)
    • Chart 24: Apple shipments by product series, 2017-2018 (m units)
    • Chart 25: Apple shipment share by product series, 2017-2018
    • Chart 26: Apple shipments by manufacturing process, 2017-2018 (m units)
    • Chart 27: Apple shipment share by manufacturing process, 2017-2018
  • Samsung
    • Chart 28: Samsung AP shipments, 2017-2021 (m units)
    • Chart 29: Samsung shipments by product series, 2017-2018 (m units)
    • Chart 30: Samsung shipment share by product series, 2017-2018
    • Chart 31: Samsung shipments by manufacturing process, 2017-2018 (m units)
    • Chart 32: Samsung shipment share by manufacturing process, 2017-2018
  • Hisilicon
    • Chart 33: Hisilicon AP shipments, 2017-2021 (m units)
    • Chart 34: Hisilicon shipments by product series, 2017-2018 (m units)
    • Chart 35: Hisilicon shipment share by product series, 2017-2018
    • Chart 36: Hisilicon shipments by manufacturing process, 2017-2018 (m units)
    • Chart 37: Hisilicon shipment share by manufacturing process, 2017-2018
  • Spreadtrum
    • Chart 38: Spreadtrum AP shipments, 2017-2021 (m units)
    • Chart 39: Spreadtrum shipments by product series, 2017-2018 (m units)
    • Chart 40: Spreadtrum shipment share by product series, 2017-2018
    • Chart 41: Spreadtrum shipments by manufacturing process, 2017-2018 (m units)
    • Chart 42: Spreadtrum shipment share by manufacturing process, 2017-2018