Exhibitors to Show Products and Services That Support Today’s Agile Fabs at SEMICON Taiwan 2007
Exhibition to be Held September 12–14; Online Event Registration Now Open
TAIPEI, Taiwan—August 15, 2007—SEMICON® Taiwan 2007, the region’s premier tradeshow and conference, and the largest regional exposition dedicated to microelectronics manufacturing, returns to the Taipei World Trade Center from September 12–14, 2007. Visitor registration for the event is available online at www.semicontaiwan.org.
The exhibition features more than 720 exhibiting companies highlighting the latest products and services to support the agile fab, as well as a full range of programs focusing on business and technical challenges and opportunities facing companies today.
SEMICON Taiwan 2007, will feature a comprehensive technical program focusing on a diverse range of topics including 300 mm prime and the agile fab, new technologies designed to streamline semiconductor manufacture, SEMI International Standards, and seismic risk management for the industry, among many others.
In addition, the exhibition will feature the IC Executive Forum, SEMI® Packaging and Test Forum, and a seminar on used semiconductor manufacturing equipment and the global secondary market. The Packaging and Test Forum will include a keynote address by Mr. Ho-Ming Tong, General Manager & Chief R&D Officer, ASE Group.
"Taiwan has experienced very strong growth in capacity purchased, with the highest global level of 300 mm fab capacity, and it is leading the other regions in new equipment revenues with over US$5 billion spent in the first half of 2007,” said Terry Tsao, president of SEMI Taiwan. "Given its position in the global market, as well as its strong continued investment in 300 mm fab capacity, we expect the Taiwan market to experience exceptional and sustained growth over the coming years.”
So far in 2007, the new equipment market in Taiwan experienced a 54 percent growth over the same period in 2006, posting about $5.17 billion in revenues, and is the largest market spending on wafer processing, assembly & packaging, and test equipment. Taiwan is also the second largest market consuming semiconductor materials.
For more information regarding SEMICON Taiwan 2007, visit www.semicontaiwan.org.
SEMI is a global industry association serving companies that provide equipment, materials and services used to manufacture semiconductors, displays, nano-scaled structures, micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) and related technologies. SEMI maintains offices in Austin, Beijing, Brussels, Hsinchu, Moscow, San Jose (California), Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore, Tokyo and Washington, D.C. For more information, visit www.semi.org.
Karen Lo/SEMI Taiwan
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