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  • 1. HVM: A Suitable Model for the UK Dr Phil O’Donovan Chairman, Twelve Winds 10th Anniversary High Value Manufacturing Conference http://www.hvm-uk.com Murray Edwards College Cambridge 14th November 2012© Twelve Winds Ltd 2012 1
  • 2. High Value Manufacturing (HVM): A definitionA definition;High Value Manufacturing is where know-how and IP is addedto raw materials and components resulting in a manufactured(fabricated) product designed to sell in to global marketsHigh Value Manufacturers = Rolls Royce, BAe, FordHigh Value (Fabless) Manufacturing (HVFM) is where know-how and IP is added to raw materials and components resultingin a manufactured (fabricated) product designed to sell in toglobal markets but where manufacturing is not in-houseHigh Value (Fabless Semiconductor) Manufacturers = CSR,Wolfson, IceraIn contrast, low value manufacturing does not require rare staffskills or specific geographical location but there is little addedvalue or strategic importance. 2
  • 3. Case study: CSR plcCSR is a global fabless semiconductor manufacturing businessbased in Cambridge; Raised $85M pre-IPO From start-up in April .99 to flotation on the LSE in March .04 Joined FTSE 250 in July .04 Global technology brand and Bluetooth market leader From 9 founders to more than 1,000 staff across the world 2006 revenue of $700M and market cap around $1B Shipped more than 1,000,000,000 chips in first 7 years. 3
  • 4. BlueCoreTM: A truly disruptive productBlueCoreTM Single Chip Wireless in CMOS; Baseband Software Some Design Issues • Weak analogue and strong digital signals • On silicon frequency planning • Uncharacterised CMOS at 2.4GHz • Very small footprint required • Package choices:- fpBGA and WLCSP • Tight hardware / software couplingRadio Microprocessor • Testability and reprogrammability. 4
  • 5. The HVM business model IP & Know-how Manufacturing Drop-shipping Expertise Testing Support Design Packaging ReturnsManufacturing £££ Depth of Manufacturing Fabless ExpertiseManufacturing ££ Needed and Generated Design Services £ 5
  • 6. HV Fabless Manufacturing (HVFM) The HV Fabless Manufacturing model is not for the faint-hearted; standard (not custom) product comfort zone Survival & SuccessEntry Barriers Right Product FactorsRaising enough cash Industry standards IP managementDesign for test and Driving legislation Apps engineers manufacture Market need Design partnersGaining attention of fabs Innovative design Driving down GPMRight first time design Being in the manufacturing loop Developing multiple product familiesMost fabless (semiconductor) manufacturing companies fail becausethey underestimate entry barriers and survival & success factors. 6
  • 7. HV Fabless Manufacturing benefits to the UKWhy has HVFM succeeded in the UK; Educated workforce Attractive place to live Manufacturing legacy Attractive tax regime for entrepreneurs ?Benefits that HVFM companies provide UK plc include; Jobs Tax revenue Generation and retention of IP and manufacturing expertise. 7
  • 8. Increasing the UK HVM baseWhat can be done to encourage HVM in the UK ?Education: Schools (teach computing) Universities (more blue sky research, less development) Fraunhofer Institutes (link universities to industry)Tax for start-ups: Simple, founder & staff-friendly and stableIndustry and government: Patent treaty enforcement Brand anchoring Government UK purchasing policy National industrial strategy ? 8
  • 9. www.TwelveWinds.com