The global AI infrastructure market is projected to grow from USD 28.7 billion in 2022 to USD 96.6 billion by 2027, at a CAGR of 27.5% during the forecast period from 2022 to 2027. The growth of this market is driven by factors such as increased data traffic and need for high computing power, increasing adoption of cloud-based machine learning platforms, increasingly large and complex dataset, rising focus on parallel computing in AI data centers, growing number of cross-industry partnerships and collaborations, and increasing adoption of AI due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Surging demand for FPGA-based accelerators, rising need for co-processors due to slowdown of Moore’s Law and growing potential of AI-based tools for elderly care are creating opportunities for the AI infrastructure market. Some of the key companies in the AI infrastructure market are NVIDIA Corporation (US), Intel Corporation (US), Oracle Corporation (US), Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (South Korea), Micron Technology, Inc (US), Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (US), International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation (US), Google LLC (US), Microsoft Corporation (US), Amazon Web Services, Inc. (US), SK Hynix, Inc. (South Korea), MIPS (US), Toshiba Corporation (Japan), Imagination Technologies (UK), Cambricon Technologies Corp. Ltd. (China), Graphcore (UK), Gyrfalcon Technology Inc (US), Cadence Design Systems, Inc. (US), Tenstorrent Inc. (US), Cisco Systems, Inc. (US), Arm Limited (US), Dell Technologies (US), Hewlett Packard Enterprise (US), Synopsys, Inc. (US), and SenseTime Group Inc. (China) are the major players operating in the AI infrastructure market.
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Intel Corporation engages in designing, manufacturing, and sales of computer products and technologies. Intel is a uniquely positioned company that powers the cloud and numerous smart connected computing devices. Intel delivers computer, networking, and communication platforms to a broad set of customers, including original equipment manufacturers (OEMs); original design manufacturers (ODMs); cloud and communication service providers; and industrial, communications, and automotive equipment manufacturers.
The company operates through the following business segments: The Client Computing Group (CCG), which offers products such as desktops, tablets, phones, and wireless and wired connectivity products. The Data Center Group (DCG) consists of products designed for the cloud, enterprise, and communication infrastructure market. The Internet of Things Group (IoTG) consists of solutions for verticals like manufacturing, retail, and healthcare. The Non-volatile Memory Solutions Group (NSG) provides memory products in the market, and the Programmable Solutions Group (PSG) offers programmable semiconductor devices and related products.
Intel has employees in more than 63 countries and consumers in over 120 countries. A few key subsidiaries of Intel are Intel Americas, Inc. (US), Intel Asia Holding Limited (Hong Kong), Intel (UK) Limited (England and Wales), Intel Israel Holdings B.V. (Netherlands), Intel Kabushiki Kaisha (Japan), Intel Mobile Communications GmbH (Germany), and Intel Semiconductor (Dalian) Ltd. (People’s Republic of China).
NVIDIA Corporation designs and manufactures computer graphic processors, chipsets, and related software. It operates through two business segments: Graphics and Compute & Networking. The Graphics segment includes GeForce GPUs for gaming and PCs, the GeForce NOW game-streaming service and related infrastructure, and solutions for gaming platforms; Quadro/NVIDIA RTX GPUs for enterprise workstation graphics; virtual GPU, or vGPU, software for cloud-based visual and virtual computing; automotive platforms for infotainment systems; and Omniverse software for building 3D designs and virtual worlds. The Computer & Networking segment includes Data Center platforms and systems for AI, HPC, and accelerated computing; Mellanox networking and interconnect solutions; automotive AI Cockpit, autonomous driving development agreements, and autonomous vehicle solutions; cryptocurrency mining processors, or CMP; Jetson for robotics and other embedded platforms; and NVIDIA AI Enterprise and other software.
The GPU segment provides products under several brands, including GeForce, Quadro, GeForce NOW, Quadro, Tesla, and GRID. GeForce is used for visual computing in PC gaming. Quadro is used for computer-aided design, video editing, and other applications. GeForce NOW is for cloud-based game-streaming service. Quad is for designers in the field of computer-aided design, special effects, video editing, and other applications. Tesla is designed for AI applications and big data researchers, and GRID is used to power NVIDIA graphics through the cloud and data centers. The Tegra processor segment integrates the entire computer onto a single chip and incorporates GPUs and multicore CPUs to drive supercomputing for robots, drones, cars, and other entertainment devices.
NVIDIA has more than 40 offices across the Americas, Asia, and Europe. NVIDIA has a broad geographic reach through subsidiaries, such as ADEIA Technologies Switzerland AG (Switzerland), Icera Canada ULC (Canada), NVIDIA Brasil Computação Visual Limitada (Brazil), NVIDIA Development UK Limited (England and Wales), NVIDIA Entertainment Devices Co., Ltd. (China), NVIDIA Graphics Private Limited (India), and NVIDIA GmbH (Germany).
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) is a multinational semiconductor company. The company operates through two business segments—Computing and Graphics, and Enterprise, Embedded, and Semi-custom.
The Computing and Graphics segment offers products that address the need for computational and visual data processing in computing devices that include personal computers, laptops/notebooks, and workstations. In the PC market, AMD designs CPUs, APUs, and GPUs for consumer and commercial desktops, notebooks, and workstations. Its CPUs and APUs are designed to bring performance, efficiency, and modern security features to gamers, creators, consumers, and commercial enterprises. The Enterprise, Embedded, and Semi-custom include server and an embedded processor, semi-custom system-on-chip products, development services, and technology for game consoles; the company also offers technologies, such as AMD secure technology, server technologies, AMD hands-free interaction, AMD enhanced media, and AMD embedded solutions for innovations.
As of December 25, 2021, AMD had approximately 15,500 employees in its global workforce with its geographical presence in the US, Europe, China, Japan, and Singapore.
AI Infrastructure Market by Offering (Hardware, Server Software), Technology (Machine Learning, Deep Learning), Function (Training, Inference), Deployment Type (On-premises, Hybrid, Cloud), End user and Region - Global Forecast to 2027
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