Programmables Stagnate

The stability of the programmable logic market is remarkable. Not only has it been bumbling around in its $3 billion plus-or-minus-a-bit market for the past decade, but the relative market shares of the big five players haven’t changed much in the last five years. Thanks to L-Mar Associates for these figures:

 

CY2005 $

%

     CY2006 $             

%

 

Actel

    179,400,000

  6

    190,500,000

5

 

Altera

 1,120,000,000

 35.0

 1,290,000,000

35.

 

Lattice

    211,100,000

  6.6

     245,427,000

6.8

 

Quicklogi

      48,300,000

  1.5

      34,900,000

1.0

 

Xilinx

 1,644,856,000

51.3

 1,871,600,000

51

 

Total

     3,203,656,000

100.0%

 $3,632,427,000

100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    CY2007 $

%

      CY2008 $

%

      CY2009  $

   %  

    191,499,000

5

     218,400,000

6

    190,600,000

   6

 1,260,000,000

35.8

 1,370,000,000

36.5

 1,195,415,000

 35.3

    228,700,000

6.5

   222,300,000

5.9

    194,420,000

   5.7

     34,417,000

1.0

     31,900,000

0.9

      14,990,000

   0.4

 1,809,000,000

51.3

 1,905,930,000

50.8

 1,787,700,000

  52.8

3,523,616,000

100.0

 3,748,530,000

100.0

 3,383,125,000

100.0

Tags: altera, decade, Lattice, market shares, programmable logic

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2 Comments

  1. David Manners
    February 15, 2010 22:34

    Indeed it is Jon, at least if my salary is anything to go by

  2. jon
    February 15, 2010 20:01

    just the same as salaries then?

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