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SEMI is looking to expand coverage into new areas (FHE, LED, MEMS, Components) to better serve its members

What data collection programs does SEMI have?

  • SEMI currently has eight data collection programs, covering: silicon, polysilicon, leadframes, electronic gases, photoresist/photoresist ancillaries, mass flow controllers, equipment, and electronic system design-related software revenues. Learn more.

Objectives of SEMI Data Collection Programs:

  • To promote understanding of the industry through collection and distribution of accurate, timely, and specific market data on industry sales, order input, and other trends.
  • To provide program participants a basis for identifying industry trends and monitoring their own performance within the industry as a whole as well as within specific product segments.

    Programs are dictated by participants:

    • Categories
    • Frequency
    • Regional Detail

    Why Should Companies Participate? 

    • To obtain timely information about the market segments your company participates in
    • In exchange for participating, participants receive the report for free
    • Ensures that correct and up-to-date information is reported to the broader industry
    • Accurate information helps communicate industry conditions and trends to the press, financial community, governments, and others
    • Participants obtain access to reliable market data for free in exchange for participating
    • Current programs have good participation/coverage – unbiased, benchmark industry data
    • No market share is tracked, individual data are kept confidential – all reports focus on “ship-to” regions
    • Safeguards have been in place to protect participant data since 1991

    How Does SEMI Protect Participant Data?

    Data Collection Methodology Chart

    Who can I contact about data collection programs at SEMI?