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Research and Markets: Microelectronics & Semiconductor Device/Wafer Cleaning Equipment Market - by Equipment, Technology, Application & Geography - Forecasts (2012 - 2017)

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/r24vdj/microelectronics) has announced the addition of the "Microelectronics & Semiconductor Device/Wafer Cleaning Equipment Market - by Equipment, Technology, Application & Geography - Forecasts (2012 - 2017)" report to their offering.

The basic building blocks of almost all the electronic devices are components like semiconductor wafers, ICs, MEMS, memory devices (HDDs), PCBs, etc. The overall performance of the electronic device depends on the performance of individual components. Moreover, as these components are comparatively small, contaminants affect their performance and reliability in a big way. Hence, microelectronics cleaning is a crucial step as regards the functioning of any electronic device and the cleaning equipment market is one of the most important markets of the semiconductor industry.

Microelectronics cleaning equipment are used to clean silicon wafers, compound semiconductor device wafers, MEMS, flat panel displays, read/write heads of hard disk drives, photomasks, and printed circuit boards. The major application of microelectronics cleaning equipment is in the IC fabrication industry, where a big percentage of the fabrication process involves cleaning the wafers.

The cleaning of microelectronics involves many different challenges like removal and neutralization of the effects of multiple kinds of contaminants, defects, etc. and hence various technologies are used in the process. This includes wet chemical cleaning, dry cleaning, aqueous cleaning, and cryogenic aerosol and supercritical fluid cleaning. These cleaning technologies can be used in equipment that process wafers one-by-one, called single-wafer cleaning equipment, or in groups simultaneously, called batch-wafer cleaning.

By geography, APAC is the leading manufacturer of electronic devices with Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, etc. leading the charts. In accordance with this, APAC is also the major contributor to the microelectronics cleaning equipment industry. North America has had a stable semiconductor device market for over the last five years with a small growth rate. This is expected to continue in the next five years as well.

The global microelectronics cleaning equipment market is expected to reach $5.86 billion by 2017, at a CAGR of 16.1%. As stated before, APAC leads this market.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Introduction

2 Executive Summary

4 Microelectronics Cleaning Equipment Market, By Technology

5 Microelectronics Cleaning Equipment Market, By Equipment

6 Microelectronics Cleaning Equipment, By Impurity

7 Microelectronics Cleaning Equipment Market, By Applications

8 Geographic Analysis

9 Competitive Landscape

10 Company Profiles

Companies Mentioned

- Akrion Systems Llc

- Atmi Inc

- Axcelis Technology

- Axus Technologies

- Cleaning Technologies Group Llc

- Dainippon Screen Mfg. Co., Ltd.

- Falcon Process Systems, Inc.

- Fsi International

- Inseto

- Kla Tencor Corp

- Lam Research Corporation

- Mei Llc

- Onboard Solutions Pty Ltd

- Pva Tepla Ag

- Quantumclean

- Semes Co. Ltd

- Semsysco

- Solid State Equipment Llc

- Speedline Tech.

- Stoelting Llc

- Strasbaugh

- Tokyo Electron

- Ultra T Equipment Company, Inc.

- Ultron Systems, Inc.

- Yield Engineering Systems, Inc.

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/r24vdj/microelectronics

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