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Voltage Regulation Market Weakened in 2007 PDF Print E-mail
Written by IMS Research   
30 Jan 2008

31 January 2008 
The global voltage regulation IC market grew by 5% in 2007, to more than $7bn, according to the latest analysis from IMS Research.
The results reveal that the non-isolated regulation market weakened in 2007, following a period of prolonged high growth. However, the isolated market continued to perform well, due to demand for highly efficient controllers for AC-DC power supplies.

Despite the relatively low growth seen in the voltage regulation market last year, some pockets of high growth were apparent. “It is clear that the voltage regulation market weakened in 2007, partly due to inventory correction; however, some applications, such as notebook PCs and high-end consumer equipment bucked this trend,” commented Research Director Ash Sharma. “Vendors are hoping for a much stronger 2008, but whilst the long-term drivers for power management remain favourable, short-term spending in the consumer and computing sectors looks uncertain due to the current economic climate” Sharma added.

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