Semiconductor Engineering Services PEAK Matrix® Assessment 2021: Enabling the Hyper-connected Intelligent World
PEAK Matrix® Report

30 Mar 2021
by Akshat Vaid, Mayank Maria, Ojas Rajpal

The semiconductor industry is experiencing significant ER&D investments driven by increasing adoption of AI chips, proliferation of IoT and connected devices, and the shift to lower technology nodes. However, semiconductor enterprises are facing challenges in meeting evolving customer demands and managing increased complexities in the value chain due to design changes and complex validation procedures.

Service providers are playing a crucial role by proactively partnering with semiconductor enterprises such as fabless companies, IDMs, and foundries across the areas of product development, fabrication, testing, and life-cycle management. Their semiconductor engineering service offerings span four service functions, broadly capturing the semiconductor industry value chain:

  • Design & verification
  • Validation & testing
  • Sustenance & value engineering
  • Other services related to manufacturing

In this research, we present an assessment of 16 leading service providers associated with semiconductor engineering, along with sourcing considerations for enterprises. This assessment is based on RFI responses from service providers, interactions with their semiconductor engineering leadership team, client reference checks, and an ongoing analysis of the engineering services market.


This research studies the following service providers associated with semiconductor engineering services: Alten, Capgemini, Cyient, HARMAN, HCL Technologies, INVECAS, LTTS, Mirafra Technologies, QuEST Global, Synapse Design, Tata Elxsi, TCS, Tech Mahindra, UST, VVDN Technologies, and Wipro.

Industry: semiconductors

Geography: global


This report maps and covers:

  • TThe Semiconductor Engineering Services PEAK Matrix® 2021
  • TKey characteristics of Leaders, Major Contenders, and Aspirants
  • TA summary dashboard capturing the relative assessment of each service provider’s vision & capability and market impact
  • TProviders’ strengths and limitations vis-à-vis enterprise sourcing considerations


Engineering Services

Sourcing and Vendor Management


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