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Gallium Nitride (GaN) Semiconductor Devices (Discrete & IC) & Substrate Wafer Market Report - Global Forecast to 2022

DUBLIN, IRELAND -- (Marketwired) -- 08/11/14 -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/jv6mvc/gallium_nitride) has announced the addition of the "Global Gallium Nitride (GaN) Semiconductor Devices (Discrete & IC) & Substrate Wafer Market Report 2013-2022" report to their offering.

This report concerning the GaN device and wafer market identifies the entire market and all its sub-segments through extensively detailed classifications, in terms of revenue, shipments and ASPs.

This market report has detailed research study on GaN market with respect to devices and substrate wafers. The report consists of a detailed market breakdown combined with qualitative analysis at each aspect of classification.

Qualitative analysis is carried out for form factor, design architecture, substrate technology, products, devices, manufacturing process, thickness parameters, design configurations and others. The qualitative analysis of GaN device and wafers include the discussion on market dynamics such as market drivers, restraints, opportunities. Other qualitative analysis about the GaN market are burning issues, winning imperatives, porter's five forces, and other market trends. The quantitative analysis is done for major segments like applications, geography and others.

The scope of this report includes only the market for semiconductor core devices manufactured using Gallium Nitride, as their epitaxy or substrate material. Thus, it only comprises the market for core discrete devices (diodes and transistors) and ICs. The market statistics of more complex and typically used electronic devices such as modules, packages, electronic equipments, and the other similar devices are not included in any way in the market statistics mentioned in this report. The complete market viewed and analyzed in this report is only for GaN semiconductor devices and substrate wafer in all the aspects and chapters.

The market statistics with regards to revenue and volume mentioned throughout this report do not cover the aspects related to gallium raw material, wafers, dies or any other intermediate stage of the several industry processes in the supply chain. An illustrative diagram of the GaN semiconductor monetary chain, showing the clear view of the market considered and analyzed in this report for quantitative data and statistics is given in the later stages of the report.

The scope of this report includes only the market for semiconductor core devices manufactured using Gallium Nitride, as their epitaxy or substrate material. Thus, it only comprises the market for core discrete devices (diodes and transistors) and ICs. The market statistics of more complex and typically used electronic devices such as modules, packages, electronic equipments, and the other similar devices are not included in any way in the market statistics mentioned in this report.

GaN semiconductor industry value chain, raw material vendors, EDA and design tool vendors, IP vendors, foundry vendors, fabless vendors, fab vendors, Integrated Devices Manufacturers (IDMs), Original Devices Manufacturers (ODMs), Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), wafer equipment manufacturers, and Assembly, Testing, and Packaging (ATP) players. GaN semiconductor industry supply chain, upstream chain covering raw material acquisition, etching and doping, vapor preparation, wafer coating and manufacturing, downstream chain covering devices fabrication, cutting and mounting, assembly and packaging, front-end, and back-end processes in both streams, product life cycle covering epitaxial growth, devices fabrication, testing and packaging, and system integration.

The market report has covered geographies like North America, Europe, Japan, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), and Rest of the Word (includes Latin-South America, Middle East, and Africa). In this report, all the numbers, revenue, volume and ASPs, at every level of detail, are forecast till 2022 to give a glimpse of the potential revenue base in the GaN industry and market.

Companies Mentioned


--  Aixtron Se
--  Azzurro Semiconductors Ag
--  Cree Incorporated
--  Epigan Nv
--  Fujitsu Limited
--  International Quantum Epitaxy Plc
--  Koninklijke Philips N.V.
--  Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation
--  Nippon Telegraph & Telephone - Advance Technology Corporation
--  Rf Micro Devices Incorporated
--  Texas Instruments Incorporated
--  Toshiba Corporation

Applications

Computers Sector


--  Computer Hardware Power Modules
--  Computer Ups Systems

Communication Infrastructure Sector


--  Signal Amplifiers & Switching Systems
--  Wireless Applications
--  Wired Communication Devices
--  Satellite Communication Applications
--  Radar Applications
--  Rf Applications

Consumer Electronics Sector


--  Inverters In Consumer Applications
--  Led Lighting In Consumer Applications
--  Switch Mode Consumer Power Supply Systems

Automotive Sector


--  Electric Vehicles, Hybrid Electric Vehicles (Hevs)
--  Automotive Braking Systems
--  Rail Traction
--  Automobile Motor Drives

Industrial, Power, Solar, And Wind Sectors (Ipsw)


--  Smart Grid Power Systems
--  Wind Turbines And Wind Power Systems
--  Power Factor Correction (Pfc) Systems
--  Photo-Voltaic Inverters
--  Solar Panels
--  Industrial Motor Drives
--  Power Distribution Systems
--  High Voltage Direct Current (Hvdc) Systems
--  Electro-Mechanical Computing Systems

Military, Defense & Aerospace Sector


--  Combat Vehicles
--  Ships & Vessels
--  Microwave Radiation Applications
--  Radiation-Hard Electronics
--  Electronic Warfare Communication

Medical Sector


--  Implantable Medical Devices
--  Biomedical Electronics

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--  Intel Corporation
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--  Philips
--  IBM Corp.
--  Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
--  McKinsey & Company, Inc.
--  Accenture plc
--  Vishay Electronic GmbH
--  Seagate Technology PLC
--  Lenzing AG
--  The Boston Consulting Group GmbH
--  Genetec
--  Marker LLC
--  DreamBox Learning
--  Roland Berger Strategy Consultants
--  and many more...

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