TrendForce consists of 5 major research divisions with research fields include DRAM, NAND Flash, consumer electronics, monitor, display, LED, lighting, green energy, semiconductors, telecommunications and IA, etc. We provide our members with complete strategic analyses that encompass research on technology development, market forces, the value chain, competitive landscape, and global regulatory and economic issues.

Analysis of manufacturers' capacity and output volumes, DRAM supply and demand, shipment reports on end products , DRAM contract and spot prices and market forecasts.
We provide analysis of NAND flash wafer capacity and production volume. We also offer insight on NAND flash manufacturers' financial status, cost analysis, and market supply.
We provide shipment volumes for various consumer electronics products such as PCs, notebooks, mobile phones, tablet PCs, digital cameras, ultrabooks, e-readers.
We provide SSD market consultation services, for both PC and non-PC markets, forecasting SSD density and shipment volume as well as price, penetration rate.
We provide global panel market information includes panel price, panel shipment volume, panel cost, panel supply and demand as well as panel capacity.
We provide LED price and market trend reports, information on supply and demand changes. China's LED market provides clients with insight to the LED retail market in China.
We provide solar price updates, market trend reports, and comprehensive analysis of subsidy policies around the globe that lead to precise market installation demand forecasts.
Battery market intelligence includes lithium battery manufacturer shipment figures and quarterly price updates, And consumer lithium battery market trends.
Topology Research Institute focuses on researches in the semiconductor industry between China and Taiwan.
Topology Research Institute also provides analysis on new energy vehicles and automotive electronics.
Topology Research Institute also conducts researches on virtual reality and augmented reality, including human-machine interaction, and physical signal sensors.