The pervasiveness of printed circuit boards (PCBs) across industry verticals is driven by a steep rise in demand for smarter products with enhanced functionalities and capabilities. While creating a perfect design is the first step in the PCB development process, ensuring precision in designing a complex circuit is no easy feat. Owing to the sophisticated design software in use today, PCBs have evolved into tiny, multi-layered, intricate systems that hardly resemble their earliest ancestors.
According to researchandmarkets.com, the global PCB market is expected to reach approximately $89.7bn by 2024, at a CAGR of 4.3 percent between 2019 to 2024.
This prodigious growth rate can be attributed to the rising demand for PCBs in the communication sector, growth in connected devices, and advancement in automotive electronics. With a growing demand for slimmer and faster devices, the onus is upon designers to develop and innovate design and continue producing PCBs at a steady rate.
Several PCB design service providers are implementing AI tools to make the process faster and more convenient while enhancing the design experience. By leveraging industry-leading PCB editing software solutions such as Cadence Allegro and Altium, companies can harness the potential of their entire design team to address the most complex design challenges.
This edition of Semiconductor Review delivers a bird’s-eye view of the recent developments in the PCB design arena and insights into how companies are aligning with these trends to create better designs.
We have curated thought leadership articles from industry experts, including the Senior Director of Plasma Power Products at Advanced Energy, the CIO of Marvell, and the Global Supplier Account Manager at Newark.
We also took a deep dive into the market trends to narrow down the list of companies delivering robust PCB design services. Equipped with innovative technological capabilities, the enlisted service providers, such as Island Designers Associates, help transform businesses at the cloverleaf of various disruptive technologies.
We hope this edition of Semiconductor Review on PCB design helps you build the partnership you and your organization need to foster an environment driven by efficient technology.
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