A Review of the 2022 Semiconductor Market and a Look to 2023

Date: Feb. 23, 2023
Time: 2 pm EST

2022 was another record setting year in terms of global sales. Despite breaking the global sales record set in the previous year, the second half of 2022 saw significant declines in sales caused by macro-economic factors like inflation and decrease consumer spending. In addition, decreases in demand, most acute in the consumer electronics sector, caused the semiconductor industry to adjust its growth expectations for the year. Semiconductor firms responded with short-term adjustments to deal with slowed growth.

Please join a panel of semiconductor market experts to help us make sense of the trends that shaped the semiconductor market in 2022 and look ahead to what the market has in store for 2023. Panelists include: Dan Hutcheson, Vice Chair, at TechInsights; and Dale Ford, Chief Analyst at the Electronic Components Industry Association (ECIA). The session will be moderated by Robert Casanova, Director of Industry Statistics and Economy Policy at SIA.



2022/23 Semiconductor Market Analysis & Outlook
Dale Ford, ECIA

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Dan Hutcheson, TechInsights



Feb. 23, 2023




Dan Hutcheson
Vice Chair
TechInsights Inc.

Dan is Vice Chair of TechInsights Inc. He is a recognized authority on the semiconductor industry, winning SEMI’s Sales and Marketing Excellence Award[1] in 2012 for “empowering executives with tremendous strategic and tactical marketing value” through his e-letter, The Chip Insider®; his book Maxims of Hi-Tech, and his many interviews of executives.

As some industry leaders have said, “He is the marketing voice and expert for the industry.” “Dan has methodically captured the essence of the industry and produced it in such a way for all to benefit … He has been such an integral part of the industry for so long, it is difficult to imagine the industry without his contributions.”

Dan’s public work on the industry has often focused on challenging predictions of the demise of Moore’s Law that date back decades by demonstrating how doomsayers have been outpaced by emergent behavior through the innate ability of technologists to innovate. This has included invited articles for Scientific American, the SIA, and the Plenary at the SPIE Advanced Lithography Conference.

[1] Formerly SEMI’s Bob Graham Award


Dale Ford
Chief Analyst
Electronic Components Industry Association (ECIA)

Dale Ford is the Chief Analyst at the Electronic Components Industry Association (ECIA).  Previously, he managed the research teams at IHS responsible for coverage of the electronics, semiconductor and electronics components industry and was one of the founders of iSuppli’s market research.  As a highly respected industry analyst with extensive experience producing award winning market research he brings expertise in technology trends, competitive analysis, forecasting and supply/demand research of the electronics, semiconductor and electronics components industries. Mr. Ford has been researching the electronics and electronics components industries for over 25 years.



Robert Casanova
Director, Industry Statistics and Economic Policy
Semiconductor Industry Association

Robert Casanova is the Director of Industry Statistics and Economic Policy at the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA), where he directs SIA’s statistics, data analysis, and industry research. Prior to joining SIA, Robert was an Industry Analyst and commodities expert at the U.S. International Trade Commission where he was responsible for research and market analysis of the semiconductor, robotics, and AI industries. Robert also worked on the staff of Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), where he handled the Senator’s International Trade, Small Business, and Indian Affairs legislative portfolio. Robert received a M.A. in International Economics from Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).