Cover StoryThe number of semiconductor components used in daily lives is constantly expanding. Chips form the core of many cutting-edge devices—from smartphones and tablets to television sets, sophisticated cars, and medical devices. This is powering the growth of the market, with worldwide semiconductor revenue forecasted to touch $364.1 billion in 2017, according to Gartner. The positive outlook for 2017 will be driven by inventory replenishment and increasing average selling prices (ASPs) in select markets, particularly commodity memory and application-specific standard products.
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