Japanese Semiconductor Manufacturing Industry Development and Strategies of Key Players

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    [abstract] => The Japanese semiconductor industry, which previously operated under the IDM (Integrated Device Manufacturer) model, not only was a leader in Asia, but also had a unprecedented role in the world. After many years passed, Japan was too slow to adjust to structural changes in the industry, causing it to gradually lose its edge. This report covers the current status and future development of the industry as it gears itself towards new application markets such as autonomous vehicles and explores strategies of key players, including Toshiba, Panasonic, Fujitsu, Renesas Electronics, and Sony.
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1.Industry Status
1.1 Toshiba is the Only Japan’s Semiconductor Brand Left on Top 10 Player List
2. Development of Japan’s Key Players
2.1 Toshiba
2.1.1 Japan’s No. 1 Semiconductor Manufacturer, Ranked 8th in the World
2.1.2 NAND Flash is Toshiba’s Main Semiconductor Revenue Source
2.1.3 Toshiba Memory Corporation (TMC) Spun off to Fix Accounting Issues
2.2 Panasonic
2.2.1 Missed Market Changes, Poor Operations, No Longer a Top-ranked Company
2.2.2 Tightening Belts to Focus on Sensors
2.3 Fujitsu
2.3.1 Ranked 20th in the World, with no Standout Products
2.3.2 Semiconductor Business Split up to Build Relationships with Other Manufacturers
2.3.3 After Restructuring Fails to Fix Performance, Fujitsu Will Eventually Sell its Semiconductor Business and Move Towards a Fabless Model
2.3.4 Fujitsu is Going Almost Fabless, and will Focus on Next-Gen Memory
2.4 Renesas Electronics
2.4.1 Renesas has Turned to Outsourced Production as Japan’s Plant Utilization Rate Has Continued to Decline
2.4.2 Organizational Reforms, Reshaped Product Lines, and a Focus on Emerging Market Segments
2.4.3 Accelerated Foreign M&A Activity to Increase Efficiency
2.5 Sony
2.5.1 Sony Spins off Semiconductor Division, Revenue Growth Driven by CMOS Sensors
3. MIC Perspective
Appendix
Glossary of Terms
List of Companies
List of Figures
Figure 1: Top 10 Global Semiconductor Manufacturers in 2010 vs. 2018
Figure 2: Global Comparison of NAND Flash Manufacturing Processes
Figure 3 Global Market Share of Major NAND Flash Manufacturers
Figure 4 Panasonic’s Semiconductor Reorganization Strategy 2013-2018
Figure 5 Semiconductor Plants Currently Owned by Fujitsu
Figure 6. Semiconductor Plants Owned by Renesas, 2012-present
Figure 7 Capacity Utilization of Renesas’ Wafer Fabs in Japan
Figure 8 Renesas Income by Business Segment
Figure 9 Renesas’ Strategy by Product Category and Application Field
Figure 10 Renesas’ M&A Entry Strategy for Emerging Applications
Figure 11 Sony’s Semiconductor Income Distribution, 2015-2018
Figure 12 Distribution of Sony’s Main CMOS Imaging Sensor Factories [list_of_tables] => [list_of_figures] => [sample_page] => [brochure] => [new_price] => PDF-1800-SITE LICENCE--GLOBAL SITE LICENCE--SITE LICENCE--ENTERPRISE WIDE LICENCE--ENTERPRISE WIDE LICENCE--Multi User Licence- )
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The Japanese semiconductor industry, which previously operated under the IDM (Integrated Device Manufacturer) model, not only was a leader in Asia, but also had a unprecedented role in the world. After many years passed, Japan was too slow to adjust to structural changes in the industry, causing it to gradually lose its edge. This report covers the current status and future development of the industry as it gears itself towards new application markets such as autonomous vehicles and explores strategies of key players, including Toshiba, Panasonic, Fujitsu, Renesas Electronics, and Sony.

1.Industry Status
1.1 Toshiba is the Only Japan’s Semiconductor Brand Left on Top 10 Player List
2. Development of Japan’s Key Players
2.1 Toshiba
2.1.1 Japan’s No. 1 Semiconductor Manufacturer, Ranked 8th in the World
2.1.2 NAND Flash is Toshiba’s Main Semiconductor Revenue Source
2.1.3 Toshiba Memory Corporation (TMC) Spun off to Fix Accounting Issues
2.2 Panasonic
2.2.1 Missed Market Changes, Poor Operations, No Longer a Top-ranked Company
2.2.2 Tightening Belts to Focus on Sensors
2.3 Fujitsu
2.3.1 Ranked 20th in the World, with no Standout Products
2.3.2 Semiconductor Business Split up to Build Relationships with Other Manufacturers
2.3.3 After Restructuring Fails to Fix Performance, Fujitsu Will Eventually Sell its Semiconductor Business and Move Towards a Fabless Model
2.3.4 Fujitsu is Going Almost Fabless, and will Focus on Next-Gen Memory
2.4 Renesas Electronics
2.4.1 Renesas has Turned to Outsourced Production as Japan’s Plant Utilization Rate Has Continued to Decline
2.4.2 Organizational Reforms, Reshaped Product Lines, and a Focus on Emerging Market Segments
2.4.3 Accelerated Foreign M&A Activity to Increase Efficiency
2.5 Sony
2.5.1 Sony Spins off Semiconductor Division, Revenue Growth Driven by CMOS Sensors
3. MIC Perspective
Appendix
Glossary of Terms
List of Companies
List of Figures
Figure 1: Top 10 Global Semiconductor Manufacturers in 2010 vs. 2018
Figure 2: Global Comparison of NAND Flash Manufacturing Processes
Figure 3 Global Market Share of Major NAND Flash Manufacturers
Figure 4 Panasonic’s Semiconductor Reorganization Strategy 2013-2018
Figure 5 Semiconductor Plants Currently Owned by Fujitsu
Figure 6. Semiconductor Plants Owned by Renesas, 2012-present
Figure 7 Capacity Utilization of Renesas’ Wafer Fabs in Japan
Figure 8 Renesas Income by Business Segment
Figure 9 Renesas’ Strategy by Product Category and Application Field
Figure 10 Renesas’ M&A Entry Strategy for Emerging Applications
Figure 11 Sony’s Semiconductor Income Distribution, 2015-2018
Figure 12 Distribution of Sony’s Main CMOS Imaging Sensor Factories

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