Global AI Chips Market Outlook Report 2024-2034, By Region, Vertical, Chip Type and 100+ Company Profiles
DUBLIN, Nov. 20, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Global Market for AI Chips 2024-2034" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Artificial intelligence (AI) chips are specialized microchips designed to efficiently run AI-related workloads like machine learning, neural networks, and deep learning. As AI technology has advanced rapidly in recent years, there has been increasing demand for hardware optimized for AI processing versus general-purpose computer chips. AI chips are designed to run such AI algorithms faster and more efficiently than traditional processors. This has driven extensive research, development, and investment into AI chip technology by established and emerging companies.
The Global Market for AI Chips 2024-2034 provides a comprehensive analysis of the global AI chip landscape. Spanning over 300 pages, the report covers AI chip technology fundamentals, key capabilities enabled, applications across industries, market segmentation, regional trends, major players, start-up ecosystem, funding and investments, challenges, manufacturing and supply chain dynamics, architectural innovations, sustainability impacts, and the future outlook for these transformative technologies.
Multiple data tables and charts quantify market size projections to 2034 by region, vertical, chip type, and more. Profiles of over 100 companies highlight competitive positioning. Expert insights identify growth opportunities as specialized AI hardware progresses.
The Global Market for AI Chips 2024-2034 is ideal for semiconductor industry participants, tech investors, and companies strategizing AI chip adoption to inform planning amid this rapidly evolving space.
Key Topics Covered:
1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
3 AI CHIP FABRICATION
4 AI CHIP ARCHITECTURES
5 TYPES OF AI CHIPS
6 AI CHIP MARKETS
7 GLOBAL MARKET REVENUES AND COSTS
8 COMPANY PROFILES (114 company profiles)
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