Principal Analysts:Shanshan Du, Senior Market Analyst, Industry Research China
Format:Adobe® PDF (.pdf), Microsoft® Excel® file (.xls)
This report covers the latest semiconductor supply chain development throughout China including the rise and the progress of China IC industry, the national and local government policies, public and private funding, and their impact of key segments of China's IC supply chain, recent market developments, and dynamics of key domestic companies and their international peers are also discussed in this report, segment by segment.
Table of Contents: China IC Ecosystem Report, 2019 Edition
I. Executive Summary & Methodology
II. Global Semiconductor Industry Overview and Outlook
III. China Government Policy and Investment
IV. The Rise of China’s IC Industry
V. China IC Industry Ecosystem
- IC Design
- IC Manufacturing
- IC Packaging & Test
Research for this report was conducted over a six-month period, beginning in January 2019 and ending in July 2019. Data presented before 2018 represents actual information for the calendar year. Data for 2019 is based on actual year-to-date data, rather than the full year; therefore, 2019 data should be considered an estimate.
In-depth personal, telephone, and email interviews were conducted with representatives from fabless design houses, semiconductor manufacturers, packaging & test plants, especially with equipment manufacturers and material vendors, as well as with government officials and professionals from industry associations in China. While the majority of the information contained in this report was derived from interviews, a thorough literature search was also conducted. All information was analyzed and the findings are summarized in this report.
Responses were obtained from all of the key semiconductor equipment and material vendors based in China. Industry parks and associations also responded to the survey, which provided valuable information about investment trends and overview of China’s semiconductor industry for the next several years. Estimates were made for non-reporting companies based on complete literature searches, historical information, and from discussions with industry professionals.