India has a very large industry base of electronics items but there is little manufacturing base for semiconductors. As of now India doesn’t have any operational wafer fabrication plants and depends extensively on the imports. Semiconductor industry is 100% import based with India importing semiconductors worth $10 billion in 2013. Since In 2013, India spent $169 billion on oil imports, $54 billion on gold imports and $31.5 billion on electronic imports.
Semiconductors are used extensively in various applications, which offer immense potential for the growth of this industry in India. Semiconductors are used majorly in Mobile Devices, Telecommunications, Information Technology & Office Automation (IT & OA), Industrial, Automotive and other industries (Aerospace, Defense and Medical industries).
The latest research report by NOVONOUS finds that the semiconductor industry is estimated to grow from $10.02 billion in 2013 to $52.58 billion in 2020 at CAGR of 26.72%.
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According to this research report,mobile devices are expected to grow at CAGR of 33.4% from 2013 to 2020. The contribution to semiconductor revenue is expected to grow from 35.4% in 2013 to 50.7% in 2020.
Telecommunication segment is expected to grow at CAGR of 26.8% from 2013 to 2020 and its contribution to total revenue will remain the same at 19.7% in 2020.
IT&OA contribution to the total semiconductor revenue will come down from 28.3% in 2013 to 17.4% in 2020 due to consolidation in this sector. This segment will grow at CAGR of 18.2% over the next seven years.
Consumer electronics segment is expected to grow at CAGR of 18.8% and the contribution to the total semiconductor revenue will come down from the current level of 5.6% in 2013 to 3.5% in 2020.
Industrial electronics segment is expected to grow at CAGR of 19.6% and the contribution to the total semiconductor revenue will come down from current level of 4% to 2.7%.
Automotive electronics segment is expected to grow faster at CAGR of 30.5% from 2013 to 2020; its revenue contribution will increase from 3.2% in 2013 to 3.9% in 2020.
NOVONOUS has conducted a detailed analysis of this sector in order to prepare this report. This study looks at the current state of the semiconductor industry in terms of products and service offerings and their growth over the last few years. The growth drivers and inhibitors of the industry are also examined in detail. The value chain of the industry in India has also been identified and mapped out. Based on all these factors, the report makes projections for the market size in 2020 in terms of products, services, application domains and overall market potential.
In addition to this, the report contains profiles of and inputs from several key companies operational in this sector. 24 companies have been extensively profiled in this report, to cover the entirety of the value chain. Finally, the report also presents an analysis of the industry using tools such as PESTLE analysis, SWOT and Porter’s Five Forces.
The report also has detailed company profiles including their position in wind energy value chain, financial performance analysis, product and service wise business strategy, SWOT analysis and key customer details for 24 companies namely Ammos Software Technologies, ChipEdge Technologies, Dixon Technologies, First Pass Semiconductors, Hindustan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (HSMC), Kaynes Technology, MaxLinear Technologies, Millennium Semiconductors, Moser Baer India, Onyx Components and Systems, Orange Semiconductors, Sohamsaa Systems, Technosphere Labs, Wafer Space, Arrow Electronics India Pvt. Ltd., Avnet India Pvt. Ltd., Elektronika Sales Pvt. Ltd. (ESPL), Masamb Electronics Systems Pvt. Ltd., MosChip Semiconductor Technology Ltd., SERIAL, SGS Tekniks Manufacturing Pvt. Ltd., SPEL Semiconductor Limited, Vishay and V.P. Electronics.
The table of content of this report is as follows:
1. Executive Summary
1.1. Scope of the Report
1.2. Research Methodology
2.1 Semiconductor Industry in India
2.2 Type of Semiconductors / Products
2.2.1 Discrete semiconductors
2.2.2 Integrated Circuits (ICs)
2.3 Services Related to Semiconductor Industry in India
3. Need for Semiconductor Industry in India
4. Semiconductor Industry in India – Market Size
4.1 Forecast for Semiconductor Industry in India till 2020 (Product wise)
4.1.1 Discrete Market
4.1.2 Optoelectronics Market
4.1.3 Sensor Market
4.1.4 IC Market
4.1.5 Analog Market
4.1.6 Logic Market
4.1.7 Memory Market
4.1.8 Micro Market
4.2 Forecast for ESDM Market in India till 2020
4.2.1 Embedded Design
4.2.2 VLSI Design
4.2.3 Hardware/Board-level Design
4.3 Forecast for Semiconductor Industry in India till 2020 (Service Wise)
4.3.2 Intellectual Property (IP)
4.3.3 Software Tools
4.3.5 Outsourced Manufacturing
4.4 Forecast for Semiconductor Industry in India till 2020 (Segment wise)
4.4.3 IT Hardware & Office Automation
4.4.4 Consumer Electronics & Durables
4.4.5 Industrial Electronics
4.4.6 Automotive Electronics
4.4.7 Other Electronics (Aerospace, Defense and Medical)
5. Growth Drivers and Inhibitors
5.1. Growth Drivers
5.2. Growth Inhibitors
6. Industry Value Chain
6.1. Semiconductor Industry Value Chain
6.2. Electronics Industry Value Chain
7. Policies Related to Semiconductor Industry in India
7.1. Central Level
7.1.1. National Policy on Electronics (NPE)
7.1.2. Modified Special Incentive Package Scheme (M-SIPS)
7.1.3. Electronics Manufacturing Cluster Scheme (EMC)
7.1.4. Preferential Market Access
7.1.5. Human Resource Development in ESDM
7.1.6. Electronics Development Fund (EDF)
7.1.7. Tax Policies
7.1.8. National Telecom Policy
7.2. State Level
7.2.2. Andhra Pradesh
7.3. Global Level
7.3.1. Information Technology Agreement (ITA-1)
8. Risks associated with the Semiconductor Industry in India
8.1. Economic Risk
8.2. Technological Risk
8.3. Policy Risk
8.4. Human Resource Risk
8.5. Operational Risk
8.6. Financial and Credit Risk
8.7. Market Risk
9. Key Players in the semiconductor industry in India
9.1. Ammos Software Technologies
9.2. ChipEdge Technologies
9.3. Dixon Technologies
9.4. First Pass Semiconductors
9.5. Hindustan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (HSMC)
9.6. Kaynes Technology
9.7. MaxLinear Technologies
9.8. Millennium Semiconductors
9.9. Moser Baer India
9.10. Onyx Components and Systems
9.11. Orange Semiconductors
9.12. Sohamsaa Systems
9.13. Technosphere Labs
9.14. Wafer Space
9.15 Arrow Electronics India Pvt. Ltd.
9.16 Avnet India Pvt. Ltd.
9.17 Elektronika Sales Pvt. Ltd. (ESPL)
9.18 Masamb Electronics Systems Pvt. Ltd.
9.19 MosChip Semiconductor Technology Ltd.
9.21 SGS Tekniks Manufacturing Pvt. Ltd.
9.22 SPEL Semiconductor Limited
9.24 V.P. Electronics
10. Case Studies
10.1. Failure and Revival of Fab City
10.2. Semiconductor Industry in Taiwan
11. Analysis Models
11.1. PESTLE Analysis of Indian Semiconductor Industry
11.2. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis of the Indian Semiconductor Industry
11.3. SWOT Analysis of the Indian Semiconductor Industry
12. Current and Future Trends in the Indian Semiconductor Industry
13. Upcoming Projects
13.1. Semiconductor Fabrication Plants – “Fabs”
13.1.2. Uttar Pradesh
13.2. Electronics Manufacturing Clusters
13.3. Revival of Fab City
14.1. For Government
14.2. For design companies
14.3. For fabrication companies
14.4. For prospective entrants
List of Acronyms
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