The U.S. market for semiconductors was worth $45 billion in 2006, a 4.6% increase over 2005.
Strong sales growth is expected to continue, reflecting the release of Microsoft’s Vista operating system and new sales of digital electronics equipment.
Integrated circuits sales represent the strongest part of the market at about 90% of overall revenues, with the other 10% of the market represented by sale of discrete semiconductor devices.
Published in Processors
U.S. semiconductor market demand increases
To excide $46 Billon in 2007