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North America: A Critical Player in the Advanced Semiconductor Market
By Lara Chamness, SEMI
North America accounts for 15% (without discretes) of the global total installed fab capacity in 2014.
Industry Luminaries Outline China's Semiconductor Growth Prospects - Part 2
By Jonathan Davis, SEMI
SEMICON China, held recently in Shanghai, provided important new perspectives into the region's position in
the global semiconductor industry from key industry leaders and further insight
on the new development policies from key government authorities.
China Market and Policy is Focus of New SEMI Microsite
By Jonathan Davis, SEMI
To help navigate the unfolding China market dynamics, SEMI has launched a dedicated microsite to aggregate and present resources on the policy and market developments.
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Huge Success of SEMICON China: Opportunities in a Fast-Changing Landscape
By Adele HARS, Advanced Substrate News
SEMICON China 2015 was an awe-inspiring event. The sheer size and the energy were dazzling. Investment plans of RMB 120 Billion was the source of a lot of adrenalin.
Prosperity in Penang: SEMICON Southeast Asia
More than 5,100 industry leaders and government officials from 30 countries gathered in Penang, Malaysia for the successful inaugural three-day SEMICON Southeast Asia 2015 conference and exhibition.
Emerging Opportunities and Challenges for the Changing Memory Market
By Paula Doe, SEMI
Micron, Everspin, Crossbar, Tezzaron, and Objective Analysis executives talk about challenges for the changing memory market.
The Roadmap to 5nm: Convergence of Many Solutions Needed
By Debra Vogler, SEMI
Among the challenges the semiconductor industry will be facing as it moves down the path to node 5 are resistance-capacitance (RC) management and integration.
SEMI Webinar Series features:
Enabling EUV Lithography with Metal Oxide Resists
May 13, 2015 - 10 - 11AM PDT
Hosted by the Chemical & Gas Manufacturers Group of SEMI
-in partnership with the Center for Sustainable Materials Chemistry-
Register here: http://www.semi.org/en/node/55341
Fifty Years of Moore's Law Made Possible by Equipment and Materials Suppliers
Every day, integrated circuit (IC) production now does what was unthinkable 50 years ago. SEMI Member companies have developed semiconductor equipment and materials that produce over 219 billion integrated circuit devices and 766 billion semiconductor units per year.
IoT Requires the Evolution of the "New" 200mm Fab
By Bill Martin and Paul Werbaneth
In April, we all celebrated the 50th anniversary of Moore's Law. While critical for the industry, sometimes "chasing-the-latest-technology" business model is not the answer. Sometimes veering away from Moore's Law makes more sense and is a better
Register Free through May 8
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Q4 2014 Worldwide Photovoltaic Equipment Market Statistics Report
The worldwide PV equipment billings and bookings data is gathered jointly with the German Engineering Federation (VDMA) from about 50 global equipment companies that provide data on a quarterly basis.
SEMI Reports 2014 Semiconductor Photomask Sales of $3.2 Billion
After increasing 1 percent in 2013, the photomask market increased 3 percent in 2014. Find out how much growth is predicted for 2015 and 2016.
LED Industry Gathers in Taiwan to Discuss Market Trends and Create New Business
LED Taiwan 2015 closes on a perfect note with estimated business opportunities of US$13 million!
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