Global Integrated Passive Devices Market Overview:
Integrated Passive Devices (IPDs), also known as Integrated Passive Components (IPCs), or Embedded Passive Components, are electronic components that include resistors (R), capacitors (C), inductors, microstrip lines, impedance matching parts, baluns, or some combination of these components. Because of the necessity to reduce the number of components to be installed in an electronic machine, resulting in reduced logistics, and the need to miniaturize electronics for medical, wearable, and portable use, integrated passive devices are mostly used as standard parts or custom-built. Strip lines, baluns, and other radio frequency components may be miniaturized with IPDs with smaller tolerances, particularly if thin-film technology is used. If miniaturization is the ultimate aim, IPD chips may be stacked with active or other combined passive chips. With the increasing consumption of electronic devices; the demand for integrated passive devices is increasing.
- Demand for High Performance and Compact Electronic Devices
- Growing Demand of Integrated Passive Devices Due to Rise in IoT Devices
- Rise Of 5g Devices Is the New Trend in Integrated Passive Devices Market
- Growing Demand for Stacked Integrated Passive Devices for Compact Devices
- Supply-Demand Gap Due to Covid-19
- Medical Sector and Wearable Sector Have Increasing Demand for Integrated Passive Devices
- With Increasing Complexity of Electronic Devices; The Demand for Integrated Passive Devices Is Set to Increase Further
- Cost of Integrated Passive Devices Tend to Be Higher Than Discrete Components
Some of the key players profiled in the report are STATS ChipPAC Pte. Ltd. (Singapore), Texas Instruments (United States), ON Semiconductor Corporation (United States), Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (Japan), Johanson Technology, Inc. (United States), OnChip Devices, Inc (United States), Infineon Technologies AG (Germany), STMicroelectronics N.V. (Switzerland), Global Communication Semiconductors, LLC (United States), 3DiS (France) and Advanced Furnace Systems Corp. (Taiwan). Considering Market by Substrate, the sub-segment i.e. Silicone will boost the Integrated Passive Devices market. Considering Market by Components, the sub-segment i.e. Resistors will boost the Integrated Passive Devices market. Considering Market by Sales Channel, the sub-segment i.e. Direct will boost the Integrated Passive Devices market.
Latest Market Insights:
On 12th Oct 2016, Murata, an industry leader in the manufacturing of integrated passive devices announced that Murata Electronics Europe B.V., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Murata is about to acquire IPDiA, a 3D silicon capacitor technology pioneer headquartered in France, and IPDiA will become a subsidiary of Murata. The transaction is expected to close before the end of October. This acquisition will enhance Murata's position as the leading provider of high-reliability capacitors. It is part of Murata's strategy to strengthen its core business within the communication (mobile) market and to expand into new applications within the automotive and medical markets.
On April 7th, 2021, Texas Instruments, a leading manufacturer of Integrated Passive Devices, introduced a new family of synchronous DC/DC buck controllers that enable engineers to reduce the size and electromagnetic interference (EMI) of power supply solution. Engineers may use the newly launched LM25149-Q1 and LM25149 to reduce the size of an external EMI filter by half, reduce the conducted EMI of a power design by up to 55 dB over several frequency bands, or achieve a mix of reduced filter size and low EMI. Reducing EMI in power supplies is becoming more difficult as electronic material in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), automotive infotainment and clusters, building automation, and aerospace and defense designs grows.
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