Electronic Design Automation (EDA) revenue increased 12.6% in the second quarter of this year, said the Electronic System Design (ESD) alliance.
Revenues rose to $2.8 billion, compared to $2.5 billion in the second quarter of last year, with most categories logging double-digit increases during the quarter.
“The EDA industry reported a double-digit revenue increase for Q2 2020, compared to Q2 2019,” said Walden C. Rhines, executive sponsor of the SEMI EDA Market Statistics Service. “Individually, computer aided engineering (CAE), IC physical design and verification, and semiconductor IP (SIP) reported double-digit increases in Q2. Further, all geographic regions reported revenue increases.”
During the quarter, CAE revenue rose by 16.1% to $922 million, while IC physical design and verification revenue increased by 16.8% to $584.1 million. Printed circuit board (PCB) and multi-chip module (MCM) revenue decreased by 0.3% to $243.5 million in the second quarter. SIP revenue increased 13.6% to $948.2 million and services revenue decreased 12.8% to $86.2 million during the quarter.
The Americas lead revenues with $1.2 billion of EDA products during the quarter, an 11.4% increase. Europe, the Middle East and Africa revenue increased 5.2% to $377.5 million and Japan’s revenue increased 9% to $240.4 million.