|By Business Wire||
|June 3, 2014 06:12 AM EDT||
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/pd6vkj/gallium_nitride) has announced the addition of the "Global Gallium Nitride (GaN) Semiconductor Devices (Discrete & IC) & Substrate Wafer Market Report 2013-2022" report to their offering.
The global GaN semiconductor industry's value chain has grown to a vast network of players involved in various segments. There have been tremendous changes in the landscape of the value chain with several developments in segments such as raw material suppliers, EDA and design tool vendors, wafer manufacturers, wafer equipment vendors, foundry models, fabless players, fab facilities, IDMs, ODMs, OEMs, ATP players, and so on. The wafer manufacturers' and wafer equipment manufacturers' landscape is very dynamic, with increasing number of players in these two segments, and has a high level of collaborations, agreements, and partnerships activities among the players.
The ODMs, IDMs segments are obviously the fastest growing segments with several new product launches, new technology launches taking place every year. In the supply chain landscape, both upstream and downstream sectors have different landscapes, with new wafer manufacturing technologies related to epitaxy process, dyeing, etching, and wafer diameters playing a major role in the upstream and new device fabrication technologies related to technology node, circuit design, and assembly and packaging making their mark in the downstream.
Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) holds the largest share in GaN semiconductors market among all the geographic segments. Owing to huge market potential, increasing focus of the semiconductor industry and diversifying and strengthening value chain segments in the upcoming markets such as China, South Korea, and Taiwan, the revenue share from APAC (excluding Japan) is expected to grow at the fastest rate. North America and Europe are the primary establishment base markets for GaN semiconductors.
- Aixtron Se
- Azzurro Semiconductors Ag
- Cree Incorporated
- Epigan Nv
- Fujitsu Limited
- International Quantum Epitaxy Plc
- Koninklijke Philips N.V.
- Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation
- Nippon Telegraph & Telephone - Advance Technology Corporation
- Rf Micro Devices Incorporated
- Texas Instruments Incorporated
- Toshiba Corporation
- Computer Hardware Power Modules
- Computer Ups Systems
Communication Infrastructure Sector
- Signal Amplifiers & Switching Systems
- Wireless Applications
- Wired Communication Devices
- Satellite Communication Applications
- Radar Applications
- Rf Applications
Consumer Electronics Sector
- Inverters In Consumer Applications
- Led Lighting In Consumer Applications
- Switch Mode Consumer Power Supply Systems
- Electric Vehicles, Hybrid Electric Vehicles (Hevs)
- Automotive Braking Systems
- Rail Traction
- Automobile Motor Drives
Industrial, Power, Solar, And Wind Sectors (Ipsw)
- Smart Grid Power Systems
- Wind Turbines And Wind Power Systems
- Power Factor Correction (Pfc) Systems
- Photo-Voltaic Inverters
- Solar Panels
- Industrial Motor Drives
- Power Distribution Systems
- High Voltage Direct Current (Hvdc) Systems
- Electro-Mechanical Computing Systems
Military, Defense & Aerospace Sector
- Combat Vehicles
- Ships & Vessels
- Microwave Radiation Applications
- Radiation-Hard Electronics
- Electronic Warfare Communication
- Implantable Medical Devices
- Biomedical Electronics
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/pd6vkj/gallium_nitride
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