SEMI® Global Update ♦ May 2012
IN THIS ISSUE

Silicon Reclaim Wafer Market Expected to Grow to $413 Million by 2013

Semiconductor Photomask Market: Forecasted to be $3.35 billion in 2013

HB-LED Makers Look at Alternative Substrates, Automation and Yield to Drive SSL Economics

3D-IC Challenges Tackled at SEMICON Singapore

Materials Companies Drive Initiatives through the CGMG Special Interest Group

"Future of Electronics Innovation" Video Competition Winners Announced

SEMI Members Earn 8 out of 9 Intel SCQI Supplier Awards

PV Manufacturing Equipment Book-to-Bill Increases from Record Low

IP Challenges Threatening Innovation


Event Calendar

ASIA

8-11 May
Semiconductor Processing Tech Tutorial 2012

10-11 May
PV Stds Committee Mtg

EUROPE

8-9 May
GSA European Exec Forum

12-13 May
CS Europe

15-16 May
SEMICON Russia

22 May
SEMI Brussels Forum

13-15 June
Intersolar Europe

13-14 June
Standards Intersolar Mtgs

NORTH AMERICA

15-17 May
Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Conference

13-14 June
U.S. DOE Solid State Lighting Mfg R&D Wrkshp

9-12 July
Standards Meetings

10-12 July
SEMICON West 2012
and
Intersolar North America

Silicon Reclaim Wafer Market Expected to Grow to $413 Million by 2013
By Lara Chamness, SEMI Industry Research and Statistics
The worldwide reclaim wafer market is estimated at $374 million in 2011 and is forecasted to reach $413 million by 2013. While the reclaim market grew 13 percent in 2011, reclaim suppliers face a number of issues.


Semiconductor Photomask Market: Forecasted to be $3.35 billion in 2013
By Lara Chamness, SEMI Industry Research and Statistics
The worldwide semiconductor photomask market was $3.12 billion in 2011 and is forecasted to reach $3.35 billion in 2013. After reaching a market peak in 2010, the photomask market grew another 3 percent in 2011.


SEMICON Taiwan 2012

LED Makers Look at Alternative Substrates, Automation and Yield to Drive SSL Economics
By Paula Doe, SEMI Emerging Markets
LED utilization rates are picking up again, with utilization in Taiwan now back up to 70 to 90 percent of capacity. Companies expect to be back to close to 100 percent in a month or two, driven by TV backlight demand, reports Yole Développement senior analyst Eric Virey.


3D-IC Challenges Addressed at SEMICON Singapore
Singapore is a well-established manufacturing and business hub in Southeast Asia. The island country's remarkable GDP growth increased from $20 billion in 1980 to more than $300 billion in 2010.


SOLARCON India 2012

More Articles:

Materials Companies Drive Initiatives through the CGMG Special Interest Group

"Future of Electronics Innovation" Video Competition Winners Announced

SEMI Members Earn 8 out of 9 Intel SCQI Supplier Awards

PV Manufacturing Equipment Book-to-Bill Increases from Record Low

IP Challenges Threatening Innovation


SEMICON West 2012

ISNA PV Production Hall ConFab 2012 Evaluation Engineering


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