The tremendous demand for next-generation processors across the globe has led to the emergence of several new vendors in the global market. These market players are trying their fortunes on the pretext of earning rewards through the growth of the electronics industry. However, it is difficult to challenge the strong position of the leading vendors in the global next-generation processors market, and the newbies are at a risk of toppling down.
The leading market players including Acer Group, Intel Corporation, and VIA Technologies, Inc, have risen to prominence in the global market for next-generator processors over the previous decade. The strong position of these vendors is vindicated by the enhanced performance of their processors, and these players are on the lookout for further improving their product offerings. These vendors are also expected to tap into the market of emerging economies such as India, China, and Japan.
Transparency Market Research finds that the global market for next generation processors would expand at an astral CAGR of 17.6% over the period between 2016 and 2024. Furthermore, the global market is expected to touch a value of US$165.27 bn by 2024, escalating up from a value of US$41.41 bn in 2015. The market in North America is expected to accumulate the highest revenues amongst all other regional pockets over the forthcoming years. By end-use, consumer electronics are projected to attract the highest demand within the global next-generation processors market.
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Growth of Internet of Things (IoT) Technologies to Bolster Demand
Several factors including the popularity of smart phones, intelligent buildings, and automated systems has led to the growth of the global market for next-generation processors. Furthermore, the tremendous advancements in the domain of internet of things (IoT) has also contributed to the growth of the global next-generation processors market. Besides this, the automotive industry has been steadfast in adopting smart electronics while manufacturing cars and other vehicles. Another key propeller of demand is the use of next-generation processors in ventilation systems, air cooling systems, and heaters.