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Technavio Announces Emerging Trends Impacting the Global Semiconductor CVD Equipment Market

By CIOReview | Tuesday, May 17, 2016

FREMONT, CA: The leading market research company, Technavio recently announced the top four emerging trends impacting the global semiconductor CVD (Chemical Vapor Deposition) equipment market through 2020. The report by the company on global semiconductor CVD market put forwards an analysis on the upcoming trends that may impact the market in the future years.

An emerging trend as a factor was defined by Technavio that has the potential to extensively impact the market and contribute to its development or decline. Technavio hardware and semiconductor research analysts defines raise in wafer size, improved investment in memory capacity, reduced replacement cycle of mobile devices and increased adoption of semiconductor ICs in automobiles as the top four emerging trends driving the global semiconductor CVD equipment market.

While the semiconductor industry has expanded in terms of the size of silicon wafers and the size of the wafers have increased from 100 mm to 300 mm. The faster up gradation of mobile and consumer devices has resulted in decreased replacement life cycle. With several types of semiconductor ICs used in automotive products such as airbag control, global positioning system, anti-lock braking system, car navigation and display, power doors and windows, infotainment, automated driving, and collision detection technology, have led to an increased need for semiconductor wafers.

Headquartered in London, England, Technavio is one of the leading technology research and advisory company with a global coverage that focuses on the emerging technology trends that can shape the market. To help customers identify opportunities in their markets, Technavio models the market trends using quantitative and qualitative tools in its proprietary research methodologies and based on the trends identified, Technavio builds forecasts across market segments and geographies.

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