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Global Semiconductor Foundry Market 2014-2018

LONDON, Aug. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportbuyer.com has added a new market research report:

Global Semiconductor Foundry Market 2014-2018

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About Semiconductor Foundries
Semiconductor foundries manufacture integrated chips based on the designs provided by certain companies. The majority of these companies are semiconductor fabless companies, which design and sell hardware devices and semiconductor chipsets while outsourcing the fabrication process of the devices to semiconductor foundries. Semiconductor foundries are also known as semiconductor fabrication plants (usually referred to as fabs).
TechNavio's analysts forecast the Global Semiconductor Foundry market will grow at a CAGR of 12.1 percent over the period 2013-2018.

Covered in this Report

This report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the Global Semiconductor Foundry market for the period 2014-2018. To calculate the market size, the report considers revenue generated by semiconductor foundries worldwide.
TechNavio's report, the Global Semiconductor Foundry Market 2014-2018, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the Americas and the EMEA and APAC regions; it also covers the Global Semiconductor Foundry market landscape and its growth prospects in the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.

Key Regions

  • Americas
  • EMEA
  • APAC

Key Vendors

  • GlobalFoundries Inc.
  • Samsung Semiconductor Inc.
  • Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp.
  • Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd.

Other Prominent Vendors

  • Dongbu HiTek
  • Huahong Grace
  • IBM Microelectronics
  • Magnachip Semiconductor Corp.
  • Powerchip Technology Corp.
  • TowerJazz
  • Vanguard International Semiconductor Corp.
  • WIN Semiconductors Corp.

Market Driver

  • Rising Demand for Smartphones and Tablets.
  • For a full, detailed list, view our report.

Market Challenge

  • Cyclical Nature of the Semiconductor Industry.
  • For a full, detailed list, view our report.

Market Trend

  • Short Replacement Cycle of Portable Electronic Devices.
  • For a full, detailed list, view our report.

Key Questions Answered in this Report

  • What will the market size be in 2018 and what will the growth rate be?
  • What are the key market trends?
  • What is driving this market?
  • What are the challenges to market growth?
  • Who are the key vendors in this market space?
  • What are the market opportunities and threats faced by the key vendors?
  • What are the strengths and weaknesses of the key vendors?

You can request one free hour of our analyst's time when you purchase this market report. Details are provided within the report.

01. Executive Summary
02. List of Abbreviations
03. Scope of the Report
03.1 Market Overview
03.2 Product Offerings
04. Market Research Methodology
04.1 Market Research Process
04.2 Research Methodology
05. Introduction
06. Market Landscape
06.1 Market Overview
06.2 Pure Play Semiconductor Foundries
06.3 IDMs
06.4 Market Size and Forecast by Revenue
06.5 Five Forces Analysis
07. Market Segmentation by End-user
07.1 Global Semiconductor Foundry Market by Technology 2013-2018
07.2 Communications Segment in Global Semiconductor Foundry Market
07.2.1 Market Size and Forecast
07.3 Consumer Segment in Global Semiconductor Foundry Market
07.3.1 Market Size and Forecast
07.4 Computer Segment in Global Semiconductor Foundry Market
07.4.1 Market Size and Forecast
08. Geographical Segmentation
08.1 Global Semiconductor Foundry Market by Geographical Segmentation 2013-2018
08.2 Semiconductor Foundry Market in the Americas
08.2.1 Market Size and Forecast
08.3 Semiconductor Foundry Market in the APAC Region
08.3.1 Market Size and Forecast
08.4 Semiconductor Foundry Market in the EMEA Region
08.4.1 Market Size and Forecast
09. Key Leading Countries
09.1 US
09.2 Taiwan
10. Buying Criteria
11. Market Growth Drivers
12. Drivers and their Impact
13. Market Challenges
14. Impact of Drivers and Challenges
15. Market Trends
16. Trends and their Impact
17. Vendor Landscape
17.1 Market Share Analysis 2013
18. Key Vendor Analysis
18.1 GlobalFoundries Inc.
18.1.1 Business Overview
18.1.2 SWOT Analysis
18.2 Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp.
18.2.1 Business Overview
18.2.2 Business Segmentation
18.2.3 SWOT Analysis
18.3 Samsung Group
18.3.1 Business Overview
18.3.2 Business Segmentation
18.3.3 SWOT Analysis
18.4 Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
18.4.1 Business Overview
18.4.2 Business Segmentation
18.4.3 SWOT Analysis
18.5 United Microelectronics Corp.
18.5.1 Business Overview
18.5.2 Business Segmentation
18.5.3 SWOT Analysis
19. Other Reports in this Series

List of Exhibits

Exhibit 1: Market Research Methodology
Exhibit 2: Global Semiconductor Foundry Market 2013-2018 (US$ billion)
Exhibit 3: Segmentation of Global Semiconductor Foundry Market by Technology 2013 (unit shipment)
Exhibit 4: Segmentation of Global Semiconductor Foundry Market by End-user 2013-2018
Exhibit 5: Communications Segment in Global Semiconductor Foundry Market 2013-2018 (US$ billion)
Exhibit 6: Consumer Segment in Global Semiconductor Foundry Market 2013-2018 (US$ billion)
Exhibit 7: Computer Segment in Global Semiconductor Foundry Market 2013-2018 (US$ billion)
Exhibit 8: CAGR Comparison between Global Semiconductor Foundry Market and its Segments 2013-2018
Exhibit 9: Global Semiconductor Foundry Market by Geographical Segmentation 2013
Exhibit 10: Global Semiconductor Foundry Market by Geographical Segmentation 2013-2018
Exhibit 11: Semiconductor Foundry Market in the Americas 2013-2018 (US$ billion)
Exhibit 12: Semiconductor Foundry Market in the APAC Region 2013-2018 (US$ billion)
Exhibit 13: Semiconductor Foundry Market in the EMEA Region 2013-2018 (US$ billion)
Exhibit 14: CAGR Comparison between Geographies 2013-2018
Exhibit 15: Semiconductor Foundry Market in the US 2013-2018 (US$ billion)
Exhibit 16: Semiconductor Foundry Market in Taiwan 2013-2018 (US$ billion)
Exhibit 17: CAGR Comparison between Key Leading Countries 2013-2018
Exhibit 18: Global Smartphones Market by Unit Shipment 2012-2018 (million units)
Exhibit 19: Global Tablet Computer Market by Unit Shipment 2012-2018 (million units)
Exhibit 20: Global Semiconductor Foundry Market by Vendor Segmentation 2013
Exhibit 21: Business Segmentation of Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. FY2013
Exhibit 22: Quarter-wise Business Segmentation of Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. FY2013
Exhibit 23: Quarter-wise Geographical Segmentation of Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. FY2013
Exhibit 24: Business Segmentation of Samsung Group FY2013
Exhibit 25: Business Segmentation of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd. FY2013
Exhibit 26: Business segmentation of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd. by Sales Revenue FY2013
Exhibit 27: Business Segmentation of United Microelectronics Corp. FY2013
Exhibit 28: Business Segmentation of United Microelectronics Corp. by Revenue FY2013
Exhibit 29: Geographical Segmentation of United Microelectronics Corp. FY2013
Exhibit 30: Revenue Segmentation of United Microelectronics Corp. by Customer FY2013

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