Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) Market is anticipated to record growth through 2032, owing to the increasing demand for animation-based games such as FIFA and the increasing use of virtual reality headsets. A GPU performs rapid calculations to render graphics and images. GPUs use parallel processing to pace their operations, split tasks into smaller parts, and distribute them among multiple processor cores running within the same GPU.
GPUs were earlier used for rendering 2D and 3D images, videos, and animations, but now they are being deployed for various applications such as deep learning and big data analytics. The increasing popularity of virtual and augmented reality and developments in AI and machine learning are expected to drive the GPU market growth. Besides, the rising demand for high-performance GPUs will offer several growth opportunities to the market leaders in the future.
Overall, the graphics processing unit (GPU) industry is segmented in terms of component, deployment modes, application, and region.
Based on components, the software segment accounted for over USD 7 billion valuation in 2022. Enhanced gaming experiences, increased computer performance, better video and HD experiences, and better driver support are some of the key benefits slated to spur its adoption in the future.
By deployment mode, the cloud-based deployment segment will gain prominence throughout 2032. Modern, cloud-based decision intelligence offers several benefits as compared to traditional techniques. Besides, superior processing power, greater memory storage/bandwidth, strong data analysis and analysis of AI and ML, rapid advances in gaming and graphics, and easy integration into data centers are some of the key benefits offered by cloud-based GPUs, that will boost the market share in the ensuing years.
In terms of application, the automotive segment held over 8% market share in 2022 and is slated to grow considerably owing to the extensive use of graphics processors in design and engineering applications. Burgeoning innovations in automobiles to sustain the constantly evolving demand for ever-expanding product variety will help the segment grow.
Regionally, the Europe graphics processing unit market will hold over 20% market share by 2032. The region has been quite open to adopting new and innovative technologies. As per the estimates, the European economies will witness an exponential growth in IT device-based-generated data. In addition, the stringent norms and regulations for safeguarding the data will also positively favor the regional outlook.