Integrated Passive Devices Market size exceeded USD 1 billion in 2019 and is poised to grow at a CAGR of over 9% between 2020 and 2026. The market growth is owing to the proliferation of emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence and 5G technology, across the globe.
Integrated passive devices offer high-performance, miniaturized footprint, and energy efficiency in AI and 5G terminal devices, accelerating their demand in the market. According to the GSM Association, the total number of global 5G connections is projected to surpass 1.8 billion by 2025. This will further boost the opportunity for IPD manufacturers to produce miniaturized and power-efficient 5G devices.
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The rising adoption of in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems and advanced telematics has further boosted the integrated passive devices market demand in the automotive sector. Ultra-miniaturized RF passive devices are extensively incorporated into GPS systems, instrument clusters, and other vehicle electronic devices. Integrated passive devices offer high durability, increased functionality, and energy efficiency and can be fitted into confined spaces, increasing their adoption in advanced vehicle systems. In addition, major automotive OEMs are emphasizing on development of ADAS and self-driving cars, which will further increase the adoption of IPDs in vehicle electronics.
|Integrated Passive Devices Market Size in 2019:
|USD 1 Billion
|2020 to 2026
|Forecast Period 2020 to 2026 CAGR:
|2026 Value Projection:
|USD 2 billion
|Historical Data for:
|2016 to 2019
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|Material Type, Passive Components, Application, Industry Verticals, Region
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The COVID-19 pandemic has severely impacted the semiconductor industry, restraining the growth opportunities for integrated passive devices market. According to the Semiconductor Industry Association, the global semiconductor sales decreased by 3.6% in the first quarter of 2020 due to disruption in supply-chain activities due to COVID-19 pandemic. Along with this, several major consumer electronics and automotive OEMs have halted their manufacturing operations due to several lockdown scenarios by the government. This has declined the adoption of integrated passive devices for a short-term period.