IC Physical Design & Verification revenue increased to $291.6 million in Q3 2010, an 11.8% increase compared to Q3 2009. The four-quarters moving average increased 0.1%.
Printed Circuit Board and Multi-Chip Module (PCB & MCM) revenue of $125.7 million decreased 5.4% compared to Q3 2009. The four-quarters moving average for PCB & MCM decreased 1.8%.
Semiconductor Intellectual Property (SIP) revenue totaled $298.5 million in Q3 2010, a 24.0% increase compared to Q3 2009. The four-quarters moving average increased 21.1%. This is the category that would include the Electronics IP G5 subset reported on in Schedule B.
Services revenue was $78.5 million in Q3 2010, a decrease of 6.0% compared to Q3 2009. The four-quarters moving average decreased 12.8%.
Revenue by Geographic Region
The Americas, EDA's largest region, purchased $577.2 million of EDA products and services in Q3 2010, an increase of 12.9% compared to Q3 2009. The four-quarters moving average for the Americas increased 3.1%.
Revenue in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) was up 9.9% in Q3 2010 compared to Q3 2009 on revenues of $224.3 million. The EMEA four-quarters moving average was flat.
Third quarter 2010 revenue from Japan decreased 7.1% to $231.2 million compared to Q3 2009. The four-quarters moving average for Japan decreased 6.0%.
The Asia/Pacific (APAC) region revenue increased to $274.3 million in Q3 2010, a 34.6% increase compared to the same quarter in 2009. The four-quarters moving average increased 28.9%.
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In a separate meeting hosted by the EDAC on January 5, 2011, IBSystems' own Graham Bell sat in and filed this report in his January 6, 2011 Blog:
Whither EDA in 2011?
January 6th, 2011 by Graham Bell
Dan Nenni, blogger, hosted the EDA Consortium CEO Annual CEO Forecast and Industry Vision Panel last night at the Double Tree Hotel in San Jose. Aart de Geus from Synopsys and Charlie Huang (filling in for Lip-Bu Tan) from Cadence and Ravi Subramanian from Berkeley talked about various trends, drivers and impacts. It was Wally Rhines from Mentor that named two possible growth numbers for 2011. One was based on a calculation what the financial analysts say for the coming year and came in at 8%.
The second figure was based on a favorite formula that says the previous year's R&D spend is strongly correlated to the following year's EDA growth. This formula delivered an exuberant 14%.
I like these numbers and I think we can expect hiring to pick up. As one exec over at a leading company mentioned to me, even marketing managers are finding jobs.
What do you think? Do you see 8% or 14%, and will hiring pick-up?
One more thing….the Jan. 4 issue of EDA Weekly covered The Best of 2010 EDA Weekly Magazine, Press Postings, and Careers Corner . Check it out
SIA Reports November 2010 Chip Sales
On January 3, 2011 The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) reported that worldwide semiconductor sales in November (the last month for which data are available) were $26.0 billion, a decrease of 0.9% from the prior month when sales were $26.2 billion. Sales increased by 14.4% from November 2009 when sales were $22.7 billion. Year-to date sales through November were $271.8 billion, up 34.0% from the like period of 2009 when sales were $202.8 billion. All monthly sales numbers represent a three-month moving average.
"Despite continuing macroeconomic uncertainty, the worldwide semiconductor industry is slated to close the year at record sales levels with year-over-year growth rates not experienced in nearly a decade," said SIA President Brian Toohey. "The application of advanced technologies continues to further the proliferation of semiconductor content into a wider range of end products including media tablets, smart phones, e-Readers, and automobiles, resulting in impressive semiconductor sales in 2010," Toohey noted. "We expect continued moderation in sales growth, in line with our November* forecast," Toohey concluded.
*The following was the SIA November 4, 2010 forecast:
The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) released its annual forecast of global semiconductor sales for 2010 through 2012, projecting record sales of $300.5 billion in 2010, an increase of 32.8%. The forecast calls for sales to grow by 6.0% in 2011, to $318.7 billion, followed by an increase of 3.4% to $329.7 billion in 2012. The projected compound annual growth rate is estimated to be 13.4% for the period 2009 through 2012.
“We experienced record sales this year due to strong global demand across a broad range of end markets,” said SIA President Brian Toohey. “We expect more moderate growth through 2012 as the economy recovers and consumer confidence restores,” Toohey concluded.
About the SIA Global Sales Report
The SIA Global Sales Report (GSR) is a three-month moving average of sales activity. The GSR is tabulated by the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS) organization, an independent, non-profit organization established by the global semiconductor industry to compile industry statistics. The moving average is a mathematical smoothing technique that mitigates variations due to differences in companies' financial calendars.