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September 10, 2018 //By Peter Clarke
AI chip market set to rival that of microcontrollers
The annual market for artificial intelligence processors is set to more than double each year for the next few years and by the early years of the next decade could rival that of the microcontroller market, according to market research firm Tractica (Boulder, Colo.).

ASIC solutions will lead the market in 2025 followed by GPUs and CPUs. Edge computation, where AI is provided on the electronic equipment, is expected to be more than 75 percent of the market with the balance being in cloud/data center environments. Mobile phones will be a major driver of the edge market, and other prominent edge categories include automotive, smart cameras, robots, and drones.

"Tractica expects that 2019 and 2020 will be the years when a ramp-up in deep learning chipset volumes will take place and winners will begin to emerge," said Tractica analyst Anand Joshi, in a statement.

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