According to the latest report from IC Insights, shipments of semiconductor components including ICs, optoelectronic devices, sensors and discrete devices (OSDs) are expected to increase by 7% year-on-year in 2020, surpassing 1 trillion units for the second time in history. . According to the report, total semiconductor device shipments will increase by 7% in 2020 to 1,036.3 billion units, compared with a drop of 8% in 2019 and a 7% increase in 2018 to 1,046 billion units, a record high . From 1978 to 2020, the compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of semiconductor device shipments was 8.6%, the best annual growth rate in 42 years.
The global financial crisis led to a sharp drop in semiconductor device shipments in 2008 and 2009, with shipments exceeding 400 billion, 500 billion, and 600 billion, respectively. Shipments rebounded sharply in 2010, an increase of 25%, exceeding 700 billion units. Strong growth (12%) in 2017 saw semiconductor device shipments exceed 900 billion units, followed by 1 trillion in 2018. After the dot-com bubble burst, the largest annual growth rate of semiconductor device shipments was 34% in 1984, and the largest decline was 19% in 2001. The global financial crisis and the ensuing recession led to a decline in shipments in 2008 and 2009.
In 2020, among the total semiconductor device shipments, OSD accounts for 69% of the total semiconductor units, while IC is estimated to be 31%. In addition, in 2020, it will mainly come from applications such as smartphones, automotive Electronic systems, artificial intelligence, cloud and big data systems.
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