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From Supply Chain to Value Network - the Changing Face of Automotive Competitive Landscape Dynamics




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Report Summary:

The ability to create a credible gap between rivals through acquisition will be increasingly difficult for automotive semiconductor vendors with the market share ROI from merger and acquisitions effectively coming to an end. There is an opportunity for a break away from the traditional automotive supply chain, but this does not mean that the traditional Tier 1/2 company will disappear.
Table of Contents

1.       Executive Summary

2.       Introduction

3.       Major Automotive M&A Activity over the Past Decade

3.1     Automotive Semiconductor Vendor Share 2010 – 2020

3.1.1       2010

3.1.2       2011

3.1.3       2013

3.1.4       2014

3.1.5       2015

3.1.6       2016

3.1.7       2017

3.1.8       2018

3.1.9       2019

3.2     Semiconductor Suppliers

3.2.1       Analog Devices

3.2.2       ARM Holdings

3.2.3       Cypress Semiconductor

3.2.4       Fujitsu Semiconductor

3.2.5       Infineon

3.2.6       Intel

3.2.7       Maxim Integrated

3.2.8       Microchip

3.2.9       NXP

3.2.10     On Semiconductor

3.2.11     Renesas Electronics

3.2.12     ROHM

3.2.13     Sony Semiconductor

3.2.14     STMicroelectronics

3.2.1       Texas Instruments

3.2.2       Toshiba/Kioxia

3.3     Tier 1/2 Suppliers

3.3.1       AMS

3.3.1       Autoliv

3.3.2       BorgWarner

3.3.3       Bosch

3.3.4       Calsonic Kansei

3.3.5       Continental

3.3.6       Delphi

3.3.7       Denso

3.3.8       Faurecia

3.3.9       Hella

3.3.10     Hyundai Mobis (Investments)

3.3.11     Lear/Xevo

3.3.12     Mitsubishi Electric

3.3.13     Molex

3.3.14     Samsung

3.3.15     Valeo

3.3.16     ZF

4.       How is the Traditional Supply Chain Changing?

4.1     What will be the future role of Tier 1/2s?

5.       What is the BAT and GAFA Influence

5.1     GAFA (Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon) Developments

5.2     BAT (Baidu, Alibaba, Tencent) Developments

6.       Automotive Competitive Landscape Future Dynamics

6.1     What will Drive Future M&A Activity?

7.       Conclusions and Recommendations

8.      How Can We Help You?


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