EDA Industry Revenue – Q1 2007

The electronic design automation (EDA) industry, grew by 10% to $1,345 million in Q1 of 2007, versus $1,223 million in Q1 2006. The four-quarter average growth rate was 15%. This increase reflects both the continuing growth of the industry as a whole and the growth of the MSS program. Companies that were tracked employed 25,820 professionals in Q1 2007, up 11% from the 23,324 in Q1 2006.

Revenue by category:

  • Computer-Aided Engineering, EDA’s largest tool category, generated revenue of $521 million in Q1 2007, 2% more than the same period in 2006. The four quarter moving average CAE growth rate was 11%.
  • IC Physical Design & Verification revenue increased 14% to $357 million in Q1 2007 compared to the same quarter in 2006. The four quarter moving average growth rate was 16% for IC Physical Design & Verification.
  • Semiconductor Intellectual Property (SIP) revenue totaled $245 million in Q1 2007, a 5% increase over Q1 2006. The four quarter moving average growth rate for SIP was 18%.
  • Services revenue was $89 million in Q1 2007, up 11% from Q1 2006. The four quarter moving average growth rate was 11% for Services.
  • Printed Circuit Board and Multi-Chip Module revenue jumped 59% in Q1 2007 to $133 million. The four quarter moving average growth rate for PCB & MCM was also high at 30%.

Revenue by region:

  • North America, EDA’s largest region, purchased $619 million of EDA products and services in Q1 2007, an 8% increase over Q1 2006. The four quarter moving average growth rate was 19% for North America.
  • Western Europe revenue was up 6% in Q1 2007 with revenues of $232 million. The four quarter moving average growth for Western Europe was 11%.
  • 2007 Q1 revenue from Japan grew 8% over Q1 2006 to $314 million. Japan had a four quarter moving average growth rate of 4%.
  • Rest-of-World (ROW) continued to extend previous years of revenue growth by increasing 31% to $181 million in Q1 2007. The four quarter moving average growth was also strong at 25%.

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