Neuromorphic Computing Market Marching Uphill

According to a study by Grand View Research, the global neuromorphic computing market size is expected to reach $6.48 billion by 2024, registering a 20.2% CAGR. Rising demand for artificial intelligence and cognitive and brain robots is acting as a major growth driving factor for the market.

 

Neuromorphic chips allow users to avail numerous advantages such as high speed, low power consumption, cognitive computing, and optimum usage of memory. In addition, these chips find high application in aerial surveillance, satellite imagery, and audio and signal processing. There has been considerable demand from a wide range of industrial verticals, such as consumer electronics, automotive, robotics, and military and defense.

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Report Highlights

  • The consumer electronics end-use segment dominated the global neuromorphic computing market, accounting for a share of over 62.0% in 2016. This can be attributed to increasing utilization of brain computers and smart wearable devices
  • North America dominated the market and acquired 34.0% of the total market in 2016. This can be majorly attributed to presence of key neuromorphic chip vendors in the region
  • The signal processing application segment accounted for 30.0% of the global revenue in 2016, owing to increasing demand for processing acoustic and audio signals
  • Key industry participants include Brain Corporation (U.S.); CEA Leti (France); General Vision, Inc. (U.S.); Hewlett Packard (U.S.); HRL Laboratories LLC (U.S.); IBM Corporation (U.S.); Intel Corporation (U.S.); Knowm Inc. (U.S.); Numenta, Inc. (U.S.); Qualcomm Inc. (U.S.); and Vicarious FPC, Inc. (U.S.)
  • Industry vendors are emphasizing on product development for new applications and forming technology alliances to gain a competitive edge in the industry. 

Getting neurotic for more neuromorphic computing market details? Then browse the Neuromorphic Computing Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report.

 

Grand View Research Inc.

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