Global Next Generation Processor Market Drivers
The demand for next generation processors is primarily driven by their extensive use in smartphones, automated systems, intelligent buildings, intelligent cars, and other applications. Industries are seeking energy-efficient ways of mega-tasking without generating much heat. The aim being addressing the consumer demand for automation. While these factors will bolster the deployment of next generation processors, the market is also expected to gain from the proliferation of the Internet-of-things (IoT).
In addition, the rising demand from the consumer electronics segment is expected to be a chief market driver. Therefore in response to the proliferation of smart televisions and smartphones, growth witnessed in the global next generation processor market will stimulate.
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On the downside, the high cost of raw materials will hinder its trajectory to an extent. Existing issues of software integration will also create troubles for the market. Nevertheless, with the increasing research and development activities, these concerns are soon likely to get mitigated thus bolstering growth opportunities.
Despite North America’s Dominance, Market to Witness Lucrative Prospects in Asia Pacific
The rising demand witnessed in China and Japan will aid expansion of the next generation processor market in Asia Pacific.
Demand for Automation in Consumer Electronics to Boost Growth
By end use, the global next generation processors market can be segmented into consumer electronics, information and communication technology, manufacturing, automotive, and others. Of these, the consumer electronics segment emerged dominant in the overall market. Due to the rising demand for smart technologies among consumers, the demand for next generation processors in the consumer electronics segment is forecast to increase.
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In terms of volume, the automotive segment will hold significant market share owing to the increasing demand for intelligent cars rises that use sensors and automotive braking systems.
Some of the leading players operating in the market are Intel Corporation (US), Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (U.S.), VIA Technologies Inc. (Taiwan), Fujitsu Ltd (Japan), and Acer Group (Taiwan) among others.