What’s new with GBI Research's Premium Reports under the Semi-Conductors Industry29 Sep 2011 • by Natalie Aster
Market Publishers Ltd informs that new GBI Research's Semi-Conductors Industry Reports have been added to its catalogue:
GBI Research’s new report provides the key information and analysis on Visible Light Communication technology and market. Visible Light Communication or VLC is a method by which Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) are used to transmit data using visible light as a transmitting medium. Visible Light Communication has the potential for being an economical, secured solution to the last mile connectivity problem. LEDs in the bulbs apart from providing lighting can also be used for wireless communication and this can significantly improve security and capacity over fiber optic communication. Power Line Communications and Indoor Communications are two significant applications where the connectivity between the gadgets and the data providers cause bottleneck issues. VLC can thus play an important role along with other wireless technologies like Wi-Fi to address this problem.
GBI Research’s new report provides key information and analysis on the market opportunities in the PMIC industry. In 2010, the world semiconductor market was $298.3 billion and Power Management ICs (PMICs) contributed around 3.5% to the overall semiconductor market. The demand for PMICs is increasing with the increasing demand for sophisticated technology, superior designs, and energy efficient low-voltage power management devices. The number of PMICs consumed grows in proportion to the increase in sales of portable devices. This is because PMICs are used in portable devices. Some examples of the products for which demand is increasing are smartphones, hybrid vehicles, notebooks, LEDs and so on. With the increase in the sale of these products, the consumption of PMICs increases.
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