ID: MRFR/SEM/6293-CR | April 2019 | Region: Global | 153 pages
Global FPGA Security Market stood at USD 1,670.3 Million in 2017 and can touch an approximate valuation of USD 3,700 Million by 2025, continually growing at 10.87% CAGR during the forecast period.
FPGA security refers to preventing data theft attacks leading to IP theft, damages to FPGA-based systems, and substantial data loss. There are different security features depending upon the type of attacks, such as cloning & overbuilding, reverse engineering, spoofing, tampering, and others.
The FPGA security market is growing rapidly due to the rising FPGA applications, including digital communication, industrial control systems, databases, and high-performance signal processing that process large volumes of sensitive data. Therefore, FPGA security becomes crucial to protect these applications.
COVID-19 couldn't do much damage to the global FPGA security industry. There were minor challenges in Q2 & Q3 2020, mainly due to slow down in various FPGA end-user verticals. The global telecom industry has reportedly faced major delays in launching the fifth-generation mobile service following the coronavirus outbreak worldwide. However, only 33% of IT budgets shrunk, and most budgets aligned spending on mobile access and security enhancements.
Computational storage would demonstrate useful applications, and storage security will be a big focus to secure valuable institutional data. Rise in computational storage using ASICs/FPGA domain-specific processors (or accelerators) would increase the need for storage security to address ransomware and other cybersecurity attacks.
A major emphasis on developing more comprehensive storage system security is expected to be seen. In 2021, regulatory bodies would enact stricter data privacy laws for consumer protection, and companies would make FPGA security their topmost priority and invest in confidential computing, the virtual private Cloud, and other secure infrastructure.
Proliferation of FPGA Applications is a Major Growth Driver
Widespread FPGA applications in industries such as automotive, consumer electronics, and IT & telecom drive the market growth. Especially during the mid-term, the market prospects remain bright for FPGA security. This, as a result, spurred the demand for FPGA security further. Besides, the proliferation of a range of modern connected electronic devices, including laptops, wearables, smartphones, and others influence the growth of the market. Simultaneously, increased focus on enhancing network security boosts FPGA security market growth.
Technical Expertise Remains a Major Concern.
Despite the favorable growth prospects, the market still witnesses significant restraints such as the lack of technical expertise and awareness for FPGA security benefits. These are major factors restraining market growth.
FPGA Security Market report is segmented on the basis of configuration, Node Size, Technology, Application, and Region.
Low-End Segment Holds the Largest Market Share
The configuration segment is sub-segmented into low-end FPGA, mid-range FPGA, and high-end FPGA. Among these, the low-end segment is the largest segment witnessing high preference due to their high reconfiguration ability and compatibility with the high-performance accelerator.
In 2018, the segment valued at USD 762.6 million and is estimated to grow at a 9.39% CAGR during the forecast period. Low-end FPGAs are primarily designed to offer low power consumption, low density, and low complexity per chip. The low-end FPGA applications are mostly concentrated in the military and automotive sectors.
28-90nm is the Fast Moving Node Size
The node size segment is bifurcated into Less Than 28 nm, 28-90 nm, and more than 90 nm. The 28-90nm segment holds the largest market share due to the several functional benefits of 40 nm, 65-nm, and 45-nm node, enabling more proficient usage of smaller physical space in semiconductors and achieving a higher degree of semiconductor performance. In 2018, the 28-90nm segment created a valuation of USD 914.4 million, which is expected to grow further at 10.61% CAGR during the forecast period.
SRAM Technology Witnesses Vast Adoption
The technology segment is bifurcated into SRAM, Flash, and Antifuse. Among these, the SRAM segment is growing rapidly, witnessing the vast adoption. SRAM is the go-to technology as it offers superior features of re-programmability, design simplicity, and low power consumption. Resultantly, SRAM technology is increasingly preferred over SRAM technology. The SRAM segment reached a valuation of USD 693.1 million in 2018, which is projected to grow at a 9.77% CAGR during the forecast period.
FPGA Synthesis Flow is the Largest Application Segment
The application segment is sub-segmented into FPGA synthesis flow, applied cryptography, algorithmic cryptographic security, and others. Among these, the FPGA synthesis flow segment accounts for the largest market share due to the widespread application of FPGA synthesis to optimize semiconductors. In 2018, the valuation of the FPGA synthesis flow segment reached USD 607.8 million and is projected to maintain its dominant position throughout the forecast period.
The FPGA synthesis flow segment is further classified as HDL level IP theft & tampering, synthesis level IP theft & tampering, bitstream level IP theft & tempering. The applied cryptography segment is bifurcated into side-channel attacks, fault injection attacks, and physical attacks.
APAC is the Largest Regional Segment
By region, the market is bifurcated into the Americas (US, Canada, Mexico, Rest-of-North America) and South America, Europe (the UK, Germany, France, Italy, and Rest-of-Europe), Asia Pacific (China, Japan, India, South Korea, and Rest-of-the-APAC), and Rest-of-the-World. Among these, the APAC region accounts for the largest market share, followed by North America and Europe, respectively.
APAC dominates the global FPGA Security market.
The APAC is expected to remain a highly attractive market for FPGA security during the assessment period. In 2018, the Asia Pacific market was valued at USD 658.9 million, which is expected to grow at an 11.10% CAGR during the forecast period. Factors such as the presence of robust semiconductor industry and rapid development of data centers across the region drive the FPGA security market growth.
Additionally, advances in FPGA encryption security, lattice FPGA security chip, Altera FPGA security technologies have been favorable to increase FPGA security applications. Besides, increasing numbers of IT & Telecom companies foster the wide adoption of security in FPGA system. The presence of many market players is viewed as a leverage point for the FPGA security market in the region, allowing early adoption of FPGA and cybersecurity solutions and increasing FPGA security jobs.
North America Holds Second Highest Share in Global Market
North America accounts for the second-largest market for FPGA security. The region is witnessing increased investments for research and development and innovations of FPGA security technologies. Recent trends, such as technology upgrades and increasing FPGA security applications due to the digital transformation of businesses, help the region witness significant growth. The US and Canada are major revenue generators in the regional market, becoming the most attractive market space for the market players.
Europe is Emerging as a Promising Market for FPGA Security
In Europe, the market is driven by the increasing R&D investments for the development of AI technologies and the digital transformation of businesses in the region. Also, the increasing implementation of cutting-edge technologies in the automotive and IT & telecommunication sectors foster market growth in the region. Moreover, the high adoption of automation solutions in the manufacturing sectors and the presence of various notable players, and large deployments of FPGAs across the industries boost the regional market's growth.
Highly competitive, the FPGA security market appears fragmented due to the presence of several well-established players. Mergers & acquisitions, innovation, and expansion remain prevailing key trends for the leading players as these strategic moves support their growth and expansion plans. They deliver reliable, leading-edge products and services. For which they invest substantially in R&D to develop adept technologies and product portfolio.
List of Key Companies
Microchip Technology Inc., Xilinx Inc., Achronix Semiconductor Corporation, Texas Instruments Incorporated, Cypress Semiconductor Corporation, Lattice Semiconductor, Financial Overview, Intel Corporation, Teledyne Technologies Incorporated, and Quicklogics Corp. are some of the affluent contenders holding sizeable FPGA security market share.
Lattice Semiconductor Corporation is a US-based manufacturer of high-performance programmable logic devices. The company has been extremely successful with its current security/control offering, witnessing rapid adoption among server providing companies. Lattice's Mach FPGAs have an attach rate of over 80 percent on current shipping server platforms, which is impressive.
Jan.12, 2021 ---- New Science Ventures LLC, a leading venture capital firm, announced the merger of its portfolio company, Achronix Semiconductor Corporation, with ACE Convergence Acquisition Corp.
Jan.11, 2021 ---- MoSys, Inc. and Arrow Electronics Inc. announced a collaboration to optimize system memory on FPGA designs. MoSys is focused on accelerating data intelligence, providing both semiconductor and IP solutions that enable fast, intelligent data access for Cloud, networking, security, and communications systems. Arrow Electronics is the world's leading electronics component distributor. The agreement allows Arrow Electronics to sells MoSys' QPR memory and bandwidth engine memory products and solutions.
Dec. 21, 2020 ---- Tortuga Logic Inc., a cybersecurity company that pioneered ASIC, FPGA, and SoC hardware security solutions, announced winning an SBIR Phase III contract from the US Government to foster the development of advanced hardware security solutions. Ansys would collaborate with Tortuga Logic to advance side-channel leakage analysis workflows.
Dec. 21, 2020 ---- LATTICE Semiconductor launched the second generation in the line of secure control FPGAs, delivering heightened security features and the fast, power-efficient processing needed to implement a real-time Hardware Root-of-Trust (HRoT) on future server platforms, as well as computing, communications, industrial, and automotive systems.
The FPGA security market analysis features unique and relevant factors anticipated to significantly impact the market growth during the assessment period. The detailed FPGA security market research would help industry players to understand the market better. The report defines the historical and current FPGA industry trends boosting the growth of the market.
Additionally, the COVID-19 impact on the FPGA security industry is also included in the report. Regional assessment in this report and unlocks several untapped opportunities in regional and international markets. Detailed company profiling enables users to evaluate company shares, emerging product lines, pricing strategies, innovation possibilities, the scope in new markets, and much more.
Less Than 28 nm
FPGA Synthesis Flow
Algorithmic Cryptographic Security
Rest of the World (RoW)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) :
The global FPGA security market is predicted to reach USD 3,700 million by 2025.
Asia Pacific will lead the global FPGA security market.
Increasing use in the telecommunication sector and increase in data centers are the key factors driving the global FPGA security market growth.
Security issues may limit the global FPGA security market growth.
Key contenders profiled in the global FPGA security market include Microchip Technology Inc., Cypress Semiconductor Corporation, Lattice Semiconductor, Financial Overview, Teledyne Technologies Incorporated, Achronix Semiconductor Corporation, Intel Corporation, Xilinx Inc., Texas Instruments Incorporated and Quicklogics Corp.