CAAGR

AcronymDefinition
CAAGRCompounded Average Annual Growth Rate
CAAGRCornell Alumni Association of Greater Rochester (Cornell University; New York)
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Strategy Analytics projects GaAs hybrid and MMIC amplifiers to grow at a CAAGR of 21%, more than twice the market rate, to reach slightly more than $160 million in 2014.
The overall military airborne communications market is projected to grow at a 4% CAAGR over the next decade to reach nearly $1 billion.
Overall SI GaAs epitaxial substrate volumes will grow at a CAAGR of 10% through 2014 and the market will approach $530 million.
This report forecasts volume demand growing at a CAAGR of 12% through 2014, with the market worth $217 million, based on an examination of supply chain dynamics, coupled with extensive analysis of end-demand drivers for SI GaAs bulk substrates.
The Strategy Analytics Advanced Defense Systems (ADS) service report, "Electronic Component Demand Scenarios for the Aegis Combat System," predicts that the annual market for electronics will grow at an overall CAAGR (compound annual average growth rate) of 5 percent through 2020, with upgrades to existing platforms becoming an increasingly prevalent portion of this market.
Increasing Sophistication Driving Electronics Market 12 Percent CAAGR Growth
MediaTek's wireless revenues grew at a CAAGR (Compound Annual Average Growth Rate) of 262 percent between 2004 and 2008.
Overall, the GaAs, RF and microelectronic device market will grow at a CAAGR (compound annual average growth rate) of 4% through 2013, to be worth $4.
The resulting scenario through 2013 suggests epitaxial substrate demand will grow at a CAAGR (compound annual average growth rate) of 5% over 2008 to 2013.
An examination of supply chain dynamics, coupled with extensive analysis of end demand drivers for SI GaAs bulk substrates, provides a demand scenario through 2013 which suggests a CAAGR (compound annual average growth rate) of 5% over 2008 to 2013.