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World MEMS Equipment & Materials Market 2009

  • ID: 1091659
  • August 2009
  • Region: Global
  • 245 Pages
  • Yole Développement

Discover key trends in MEMS manufacturing processes and materials.

Despite the crisis, innovation is still driving the MEMS business

The MEMS business continues to be driven by innovation. Following the demand for MEMS devices for cell phones, the MEMS customer wants to have smaller, higher performance and less costly MEMS dies. For the toolmakers, it means a continuous development effort for new processes for quicker deep etch rate, cleaner sacrificial etching, new metallic bonding, 3D packaging approaches and wafer level testing to name a few. The new “World MEMS Equipment & Materials Market 2009” (“WMEM 09”) describes the trends and opportunities for equipment and materials for MEMS production. This report gives market forecasts for MEMS devices and the associated MEMS equipment and materials. Although the MEMS sector will remain flat overall for the next year or so, there are growth sectors and room for innovation for inertial MEMS (for cell phones), RF switches, energy harvesting and µmirrors.

The MEMS production tool market will be flat for 2009/2010, but MEMS equipment R&D is still active as players prepare for a ramp READ MORE >

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Executive summary p.3

MEMS markets p.12
- In MUS$
- In Munits
- Per devices
- Per applications

MEMS manufacturing infrastructure development p.18
- Top 30 MEMS manufacturers
- Top 20 MEMS foundries
- 8? MEMS projects status

Analysis of the most buoyant MEMS devices today: MEMS for cell phones, RF switches, energy harvesting & mirrors p.30

MEMS equipment & materials markets forecasts 2008-2012 p.74
- Market forecasts per type of tools
- MEMS wafers shipments
- 6? vs. 8? wafers shipments
- Chemicals for MEMS market forecasts

Emerging trends in MEMS manufacturing: trends, players and markets p.81
- Integrated sensor market/technical trend of MEMS & IC
- Sacrificial Etching
- Deposition & Cleaning
- Bonding
- Lithography
- MEMS on IC
- Standards
- Through Si Vias
- Testing CAD Tools

MEMS materials market p.231
- Si wafers
- SOI wafers
- Photomasks
- Chemicals

Conclusions p.245

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