|By Business Wire||
|April 28, 2014 01:24 PM EDT||
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/s9zs8w/global) has announced the addition of the "Global Wafer-level Packaging Equipment Market 2014-2018 with Applied Materials, Disco, EV Group, Tokyo Electron & Tokyo Seimitsu Dominating" report to their offering.
The Global Wafer-level Packaging Equipment market to grow at a CAGR of 2.9% over the period 2013-2018.
The most important driver is the increasing adoption of mobile devices. Over the past decade there has been an unprecedented growth in the adoption of mobile devices such as cell phones, smartphones, notebook PCs, tablets, ultrabooks, and PDAs. This has led to a consequential rise in the demand for wafer-level packaging equipment, as it is vital for the functioning of mobile devices.
To sustain the competition in the market, semiconductor manufacturers are continuously introducing innovative products, reducing manufacturing costs, and improving product efficiency. For instance, they have introduced chips that are available in smaller sizes; the sizes of these chips have reduced from 45 nanometers to 22 nanometers. They have also introduced chips with high dielectric constant materials and fin-fet or tri-gate transistors. In addition, DRAM memory manufacturers are currently employing 3x node production technology and 2x node production technology for the production of DRAMs. As these innovations require highly complicated wafer-level packaging equipment, the increase in the number of innovations by semiconductor manufacturers is likely to foster their demand in the market.
Further, the report states that one of the key challenges in this market is the cyclical nature of the Semiconductor industry, which leads to fluctuations in the demand for wafer-level packaging equipment. Moreover, in some cases, the production of such equipment tends to exceed their demand, leading to a large demand-supply gap.
Key vendors dominating this space are:
- Applied Materials Inc.
- Disco Corp.
- EV Group
- Tokyo Electron Ltd.
- Tokyo Seimitsu Co. Ltd.
Other vendors mentioned in the report are:
- Rudolph Technologies Inc
- SEMES Co. Ltd
- Suss Microtec AG
- Ultratech Inc.
Key Topics Covered:
- Executive Summary
- List of Abbreviations
- Scope of the Report
- Market Research Methodology
- Market Landscape
- Geographical Segmentation
- Key Leading Countries
- Buying Criteria
- Market Growth Drivers
- Drivers and their Impact
- Market Challenges
- Impact of Drivers and Challenges
- Market Trends
- Trends and their Impact
- Vendor Landscape
- Key Vendor Analysis
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/s9zs8w/global
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