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  • Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR)…. National Capital Region (NCR)….
  • Stringent IP protection measures: The Government of India and Indian design companies have strict policies on IP protection as compared to other competing Asian countries. There have been instances when companies have sent work to India, even though design turnaround times are considerably higher in the country, as compared to the countries mentioned above, because of the more stringent IP protection measures in India.
  • GeForce-DirectX 11 game or 3D movie.  Supports NVIDIA® 3D Vision™ suite of technologies, including active-shutter glasses, for stereo 3D.Quadro-  For on-air broadcast, GPUs enable real-time digital content, touch displays, and virtual sets.  Animators, broadcasters, visual-effects artists and industrial designers overwhelmingly use Quadro.Tesla-programmable GPUs led to breakthroughs in parallel processing.  climate modeling to quantum physics to finding a cure for cancer. Three of the top five supercomputers are powered by Tesla GPUs.Tegra- powers the next generation of mobile devices, as well as in-car safety and infotainment systems.  Tegra incorporates a dual-core CPU as well as a GeForce GPU so users can enjoy unprecedented multitasking capabilities, stunningly rich visual experiences and console-quality gaming. Tegra2 –worlds first dual core mobile processor
  • PSOC has USB,CAN, Capsensor, UART, SPI, Wireless, MCU, I2C, ADC, DAC, 8051, arm cortex M3 etc.
  • Computer+Commmunications contribute to over 60% of the revenues.
  • The top companies 3 command close 30% MARKET SHARE…We have all these companies right here in Bangalore/India… Hitachi and Mitsubishi combine to form Renesas; next Renesas and NEC combine; AMD acquires ATI

Companies handling VLSI and ASIC design Companies handling VLSI and ASIC design Presentation Transcript

  • SeminarCompanies handling VLSI and ASIC design, their products and role in market Subash John CGB0911005 VSD529 M. Sc. [Engg.] in VLSI System Design Module Title: Field Reconfigurable Hardware Systems Module Leader: Asst. Prof. Lasitha M M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies 1
  • Contents• Semiconductor industry in India• Distribution of total projects carried out in India• nVidia• Cypress Semiconductors• Broadcom• Wipro• Semiconductor companies around the world• Semiconductor Revenues• List of companies in India• References M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies 2
  • Semicon Industry in India• The Indian semiconductor design industry, comprising of VLSI design, board design and embedded software companies, has design companies across Bangalore, NCR, Hyderabad, Chennai, Pune and Ahmadabad.• All the global top ten fabless design companies have India operations and most of the top 25 semiconductor companies have their offices right here in Bangalore• The Indian semiconductor design industry (i.e. VLSI, hardware/board, embedded software) had a turnover of USD 3.2 billion in 2005 with an engineering workforce of around 75000.• It is estimated to reach US D 43 billion by the year 2015 and provide jobs to 780,000 professionals with a CAGR of around 30 % for this period. M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies 3
  • Distribution of total projects carried out in India Figure 2. VLSI design industry split of projects by technology [2] Figure 3. VLSI design industry split of projects by type of projects [2] M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies 4
  • • Founded in 1993, HQ at Santa Clara, California• Has offices at Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune and Mumbai• Best known for its graphics processors (GPUs) and has Dominated the high performance GPU market by staying ahead of its chief rival ATI technologies.• The following are the most notable product families: • GeForce (Amazing Visual Experiences) • Quadro (The Standard for Professional Graphics) GeForce 9400GT • Tegra (The Mobile Super Chip) • Tesla (Accelerating Science) • nForce (chipsets for on board graphics) Tesla M1060 Processor M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies 5
  • • Founded in 1982, HQ in San Jose, California• Has offices in Bangalore and Chennai• Divisions – Memory and Imaging Division, – Data Communications Division, – Consumer and Computations Division• Cypress serves numerous markets including consumer, mobile handsets, computation, data communications, automotive, industrial and military• Known for their PSoC is a programmable embedded system-on-chip integrating configurable analog and digital peripheral functions, memory and a microcontroller on a single chip. M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies 6
  • Major Products• Cypress TrueTouch Multi-touch Sensing Systems• PSoC a software configured, mixed-signal array with a built-in MCU core• General Purpose Programmable Clock generators• Control Communications• Image and optical sensors• Memory• Physical Layer Devices• PLAs, USBs• West Bridge ultra high-speed peripheral controllers• CyFi 2.4 GHz RF Solution M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies 7
  • • Founded in 1991, HQ in Irvine , California• Has offices in Bangalore and Hyderabad• One of the top fabless semiconductor company in the wireless and broadband communication business• Largest supplier of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth chips in mobile phones.• Major customers include Apple, Motorola, IBM, Lenovo, Nokia Siemens, HP and Cisco Systems• Main competitors include TI and Qualcomm. Broadcom’s BCM21850 M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies 8
  • Major products• Cable Converter Boxes• Gigabit Ethernet• Wireless networks• Cable modems• Mobile communications• Network Switches Broadcom’s HD Video Accelerator• Digital Subscriber Line• Processors• Bluetooth• VoIP• Near Field Communication• GPS M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies 9
  • • Founded in 1980 as Western India Products Limited, headquartered in Bangalore• Largest third-party design services provider in the world• Solutions encompasses the entire semiconductor industry sector, including product companies including IDMs and fabless firms, equipment manufacturers, fab companies, assembly and test houses, IP vendors and electronics manufacturing firms.• Design and engineering solutions include • Development and prototyping of high-end ASIC and SoC validation • Silicon product engineering • Core technology IP block development • Reference designs and support M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies 10
  • ASIC & SoC validation• ‘Pure-play design house and have targeted designs to a range of process technologies as low as 40nm and libraries.• Services include • Electronic System Level design • System Architecture • Micro architecture • HDL implementation • Verification • RTL synthesis • Physical design • Design for Test • Prototyping and production support M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies 11
  • FPGA vendorsSRAM based Antifuse and FPGAs flash based Xilinx Actel Altera QuickLogic Atmel Achronix Lattice Tabulasemiconductor Figure 4. FPGAs market share [3] M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies 12
  • Processor vendors (MPUs & GPUs)Figure 5. Microprocessors [4] (a) Discrete graphics (b) Integrated graphics Figure 6. GPUs [5] M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies 13
  • DRAM vendorsCompanies Samsung Hynix Elpida MicronPowerchip Nanya Winbond ProMOS Figure 7. DRAM vendors [5] Eltron M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies 14
  • Semiconductor companies around the world Figure 1. Semiconductor design companies[2] M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies 15
  • Semiconductor Revenues Computers = 43%Comm. = 19% Figure 8. Semicon Revenues for 2009 [1] M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies 16
  • Semiconductor Ranking for 2011Figure 9. Ranking for 2011 in terms in revenues [2] M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies 17
  • References[1] TechInsights (2011) ‘Is semiconductor industry consolidation inevitable?’ [online] available at <http://eetimes.prohost.mobi/11493/show/31b6f3400bc9cd54d3e5b8134a728349&t=43562c9 b126f009133d2fd85ee807ad9>Retreived on 10 Dec 2011[2] Department of Information Technology, Government of India (2011), ‘Study on semiconductor design, embedded software and services industry’. Bangalore: Indian Semiconductor Association[3] Anon (2011) ‘List and comparison of FPGA companies’ [online] available at <http://www.fpgadeveloper.com/2011/07/list-and-comparison-of-fpga-companies.html> Retrieved on 13 Dec 2011[4] Lars Weinand (2004) ‘Integrated VGA & How Good Is ATis Radeon 9100 IGP?’ [online] available at <http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/integrated-vga,756-2.html>Retrieved on 14 Dec 2011[5] Solori (2009) ‘DRAM Price Follow-Up’ [online] available at <http://solori.wordpress.com /2009/09/14/quick-take-dram-price-follow-up/>Retrieved on 14 Dec 2011 M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies 18
  • Thank YouM. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies 19
  • List of companies in India• Altera Semiconductor (I) Pvt. Ltd• AMD India Pvt. Ltd• ARM Embedded Technologies Pvt. Ltd• Broadcom (I) Pvt. Ltd• Cadence Design Systems (I) Pvt. Ltd• Cypress Semiconductor Technology (I) Pvt. Ltd• Freescale Semiconductor (I) Pvt. Ltd• HCL Technologies Ltd• Intel India Technology Pvt. Ltd• Infosys Technologies Ltd• KPIT Cummins Infosystems Ltd• LSI India Research & Development Pvt. Ltd• Magma Design Automation India Pvt. Ltd M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies 20
  • List of companies in India• Mentor Graphics (I) Pvt. Ltd• Mistral Solutions Pvt. Ltd• Mindtree Ltd• NetLogic Semiconductor Pvt. Ltd• NXP Semiconductors (I) Pvt. Ltd• PMC - Sierra (I) Pvt. Ltd.• Qualcomm (I) Pvt. Ltd• Rambus Chip Technologies (I) Pvt. Ltd• Sasken Communication Technologies Ltd• ST - Ericsson India Pvt. Ltd.• STMicroelectronics Pvt. Ltd M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies 21
  • List of companies in India• Synapse Techno Design Innovations Pvt. Ltd• Synopsys (I) Pvt. Ltd• Texas Instruments (I) Pvt. Ltd• Tejas Networks Ltd• Toshiba Embedded Software (India) Pvt Ltd• TranSwitch (I) Pvt. Ltd• Wipro Technologies• Xilinx (I) Technology Services Pvt. Ltd M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies 22