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Compound Semiconductor Market by Type (III-V, II-VI, IV-IV, Sapphire), Deposition Technology (CVD, MBE, HVPE, Ammonothermal, MOVPE, LPE, ALD), Product (Power, Opto - Electronic), Application, and Geography - Global Trends & Forecasts to 2013 - 2020



 

 

 

NEW YORK, Aug. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:



Compound Semiconductor Market by Type (III-V, II-VI, IV-IV, Sapphire), Deposition Technology (CVD, MBE, HVPE, Ammonothermal, MOVPE, LPE, ALD), Product (Power, Opto - Electronic), Application, and Geography - Global Trends & Forecasts to 2013 - 2020

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Compound semiconductors are the materials formed with the combination of two or more elements. Compound semiconductors are not available in nature and have to be synthesized using various deposition technologies. The properties possessed by compound semiconductors are unique and advantageous over other elemental materials. Properties and features like wide band gap, high frequency handling capacity, operation at high temperatures, and high current and voltage holding capacities have increased the usage of compound semiconductors in various industrial applications. The number of compound semiconductor wafer manufacturers, material vendors, film manufacturers, product manufacturers, as well as the equipment suppliers has, therefore, been increasing at a substantial rate across the globe.



The compound semiconductor market is segmented in terms of the material type; such as III-V, II-VI, IV-IV groups, and sapphire. Also, the market is also segmented in terms of the various deposition technologies like Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD), Molecular Beam Epitaxy (MBE), Hydride Vapour Phase Epitaxy (HVPE), Ammonothermal, Metal-Organic Vapour Phase Epitaxy (MOVPE), Liquid Phase Epitaxy (LPE), and Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD). The products play an important role in the evolution of the compound semiconductor market. The report describes the power and opto electronic products based on compound semiconductors. The compound semiconductor market is further segmented according to the application verticals such as information and communication technology, aerospace and defense, industrial, power, solar and wind, consumer electronics, and automotive and medical.


The report includes segmentation of the geography market for compound semiconductors into four major regions: The Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Rest of World. The Americas covers North America and South America. The report talks about the Porter's five force analysis of the compound semiconductor market along with the value chain analysis. It includes the most recent happenings in the market under the 'winning imperatives' and 'burning issues' section and also describes the driving and restraining factors for the compound semiconductor industry.

The major players in the compound semiconductor market include: Cree Inc. (U.S.), International Quantum Epitaxy PLC (U.K.), Freescale Semiconductor Inc. (U.S.), LM Ericsson Telefon AB (Sweden), and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Ltd. (Taiwan).
TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 OBJECTIVES
1.2 REPORT DESCRIPTION
1.3 MARKETS COVERED
1.4 STAKEHOLDERS
1.5 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
1.5.1 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION
1.5.2 MARKET CRACK DOWN AND DATA TRIANGULATION
1.5.3 KEY DATA FROM SECONDARY SOURCES
1.5.4 KEY DATA TAKEN FROM PRIMARY SOURCES
1.5.5 MARKET DEFINITION AND SCOPE
1.5.1 REPORT ASSUMPTIONS
1.5.2 KEY COMPANIES OF PRIMARY RESEARCH

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

3 MARKET OVERVIEW
3.1 INTRODUCTION
3.2 MARKET DEFINITION
3.3 HISTORY AND EVOLUTION
3.4 TRENDS IN THE MARKET
3.5 MARKET DYNAMICS
3.5.1 DRIVERS
3.5.1.1 Extensive implementation of GaN electronics
3.5.1.2 Growth of automotive electronics in APAC
3.5.1.3 Widening scope of wireless communication and PV in APAC
3.5.1.4 Evolution of GaAs based technology and products in Japan
3.5.1.5 Higher amount of data transactions are leading to higher requirement of compound semiconductors in the communication sector
3.5.1.6 Vast addressable market for opto-electronic semiconductor devices
3.5.2 RESTRAINT
3.5.2.1 Compatibility issues with the high-end materials like silicon
3.5.3 OPPORTUNITIES
3.5.3.1 Challenges faced by silicon turned out to be an opportunity for the compound semiconductor market
3.5.3.2 Deployment of GaN in Smart Grid
3.6 BURNING ISSUES
3.6.1 PROCESS OPTIMIZATION ACROSS THE PRODUCTION PROCESS TO MAXIMIZE THE YIELD
3.6.2 BULK GROWTH PROCESSES NEED TO BE BETTER UNDERSTOOD AND CONTROLLED
3.6.3 GAN-ON-SI TECHNOLOGY WILL BE WIDELY ADOPTED BY POWER ELECTRONICS APPLICATIONS
3.7 WINNING IMPERATIVE
3.7.1 IMPROVED QUALITY AND CONSISTENCY OF PRODUCTS
3.8 VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS
3.9 PORTER'S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS
3.9.1 DEGREE OF COMPETITION
3.9.2 THREAT FROM NEW ENTRANTS
3.9.3 THREAT FROM SUBSTITUTES
3.9.4 BARGAINING POWER OF BUYERS
3.9.5 BARGAINING POWER OF THE SUPPLIERS

4 MARKET ANALYSIS, BY MATERIAL TYPE
4.1 INTRODUCTION
4.2 III-V COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTORS MARKET
4.2.1 GALLIUM NITRIDE (GAN)
4.2.2 GALLIUM PHOSPHIDE (GAP)
4.2.3 GALLIUM ARSENIDE (GAAS)
4.2.4 INDIUM PHOSPHIDE (INP)
4.2.5 INDIUM ANTIMONIDE (INSB)
4.3 II-VI COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTORS MARKET
4.3.1 CADMIUM SELENIDE (CDSE)
4.3.2 CADMIUM TELLURIDE (CDTE)
4.3.3 ZINC SELENIDE (ZNSE)
4.4 SAPPHIRE
4.5 IV-IV COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTORS MARKET
4.5.1 SILICON CARBIDE (SIC)
4.5.2 SILICON GERMANIUM (SIGE)
4.6 OTHER COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTORS MARKET
4.6.1 ALUMINIUM GALLIUM ARSENIDE (ALGAAS)
4.6.2 ALUMINIUM INDIUM ARSENIDE (ALINAS)
4.6.3 ALUMINIUM GALLIUM NITRIDE (ALGAN)
4.6.4 ALUMINIUM GALLIUM PHOSPHIDE (ALGAP)
4.6.5 INDIUM GALLIUM NITRIDE (INGAN)
4.6.6 CADMIUM ZINC TELLURIDE (CDZNTE)
4.6.7 MERCURY CADMIUM TELLURIDE (HGCDTE)

5 MARKET ANALYSIS, BY DEPOSITION TECHNOLOGY
5.1 INTRODUCTION
5.2 CHEMICAL VAPOUR DEPOSITION (CVD)
5.2.1 METAL ORGANIC CHEMICAL VAPOUR DEPOSITION (MOCVD)
5.3 MOLECULAR BEAM EPITAXY (MBE)
5.3.1 METAL ORGANIC MOLECULAR BEAM EPITAXY (MOMBE)
5.4 HYDRIDE VAPOUR PHASE EPITAXY (HVPE)
5.5 AMMONOTHERMAL
5.6 LIQUID PHASE EPITAXY (LPE)
5.7 ATOMIC LAYER DEPOSITION (ALD)
5.8 OTHERS
5.8.1 NA-FLUX LPE

6 MARKET ANALYSIS, BY PRODUCTS
6.1 INTRODUCTION
6.1.1 PRODUCT- APPLICATION MAPPING - IMPACT ANALYSIS
6.1.2 KEY PLAYERS- PRODUCT ANALYSIS
6.1.3 POWER SEMICONDUCTOR
6.1.4 TRANSISTORS
6.1.4.1 High Electron Mobility Transistors (HEMTs)
6.1.4.2 Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistors (MOSFETs)
6.1.4.3 Metal Semiconductor Field Effect Transistors (MESFETs)
6.1.5 INTEGRATED CIRCUITS (ICS)
6.1.5.1 Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuits(MMICS)
6.1.5.2 Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits (RFICS)
6.1.6 DIODES AND RECTIFIERS
6.1.6.1 PIN diode
6.1.6.2 Zener Diode
6.1.6.3 Schottky Diode
6.1.7 POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET, BY APPLICATION
6.1.7.1 ICT Applications
6.1.7.2 Aerospace and Defense Applications
6.1.7.3 Industrial, power, solar and wind applications
6.1.7.4 Consumer Electronics Applications
6.1.7.5 Automotive Applications
6.1.7.6 Medical Applications
6.2 OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES
6.2.1 LIGHT EMITTING DIODES
6.2.1.1 Miniature Light Emitting Diodes
6.2.1.2 Mid-range light emitting diodes
6.2.1.3 High power light emitting diodes
6.2.2 LASER DIODES
6.2.3 PHOTO DETECTORS
6.2.3.1 Photo diode
6.2.3.1.1
6.2.3.1.2
6.2.3.2 Photo transistor
6.2.3.3 ICT Applications
6.2.3.4 Aerospace and Defense Applications
6.2.3.5 Industrial, power, solar and wind applications
6.2.3.6 Consumer electronics applications
6.2.3.7 Automotive Applications
6.2.3.8 Medical Applications

7 MARKET ANALYSIS, BY APPLICATION
7.1 INTRODUCTION
7.2 ICT SECTOR
7.2.1 SIGNAL AMPLIFIERS AND SWITCHING SYSTEMS
7.2.2 SATELLITE COMMUNICATION APPLICATIONS
7.2.3 RADAR APPLICATIONS
7.2.4 RF APPLICATIONS
7.3 AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE APPLICATIONS
7.3.1 COMBAT VEHICLES
7.3.2 SHIPS AND VESSELS
7.3.3 MICROWAVE RADIATION APPLICATIONS
7.4 INDUSTRIAL, POWER, SOLAR, AND WIND APPLICATIONS
7.4.1 SMART GRID
7.4.2 WIND TURBINES AND WIND POWER SYSTEMS
7.4.3 PHOTO-VOLTAIC INVERTERS
7.4.4 SOLAR PANELS
7.4.5 MOTOR DRIVES
7.5 CONSUMER ELECTRONICS APPLICATIONS
7.5.1 INVERTERS IN CONSUMER APPLICATIONS
7.5.2 LED LIGHTING IN CONSUMER APPLICATIONS
7.5.3 SWITCH MODE CONSUMER POWER SUPPLY SYSTEMS
7.6 AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS
7.6.1 ELECTRIC VEHICLES AND HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLES (HEVS)
7.6.2 AUTOMOTIVE BRAKING SYSTEMS
7.6.3 RAIL TRACTION
7.6.4 AUTOMOBILE MOTOR DRIVES
7.7 MEDICAL APPLICATIONS
7.7.1 IMPLANTABLE MEDICAL DEVICES
7.7.2 BIO-MEDICAL ELECTRONICS

8 MARKET ANALYSIS, BY GEOGRAPHY
8.1 INTRODUCTION
8.2 AMERICAS
8.2.1 NORTH AMERICA
8.2.2 SOUTH AMERICA
8.3 EUROPE
8.4 ASIA-PACIFIC
8.5 REST OF THE WORLD

9 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
9.1 OVERVIEW
9.2 MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS
9.2.1 GLOBAL COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR WAFER MANUFACTURERS MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS
9.2.2 GLOBAL DEVICE MANUFACTURERS' MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS
9.2.2.1 Global power devices market share analysis
9.2.2.2 Global opto-electronics devices market share analysis
9.2.3 GLOBAL END USERS' MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS
9.3 KEY DEVELOPMENTS AFFECTING THE MARKET

10 COMPANY PROFILES
(Overview, Products and Services, Financials, Strategy & Development)*
10.1 WAFER MANUFACTURERS
10.1.1 CREE INCORPORATED
10.1.2 FREESCALE SEMICONDUCTOR, INC.
10.1.3 INTERNATIONAL QUANTUM EPITAXY PLC
10.1.4 TAIWAN SEMICONDUCTORS MANUFACTURING COMPANY LIMITED (TSMC)
10.1.5 SUMITOMO CHEMICAL CO., LTD.
10.2 DEVICE MANUFACTURERS
10.2.1 RENESAS ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
10.2.2 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS, INC.
10.2.3 STMICROELECTRONICS NV
10.2.4 INFINEON TECHNOLOGIES AG
10.2.5 KONINKLIJKE PHILIPS N.V.
10.3 END-USERS
10.3.1 LM ERICSSON TELEFON AB
10.3.2 IBM
10.3.3 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO. LTD.
10.3.4 SIEMENS AG
10.3.5 SONY CORPORATION
*Details on Overview, Products and Services, Financials, Strategy & Development might not be Captured in case of Unlisted Companies.


LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 1 GENERAL ASSUMPTIONS, TERMINOLOGY, & APPLICATION KEYNOTES
TABLE 2 COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR: LIST OF COMPANIES COVERED
TABLE 1 GLOBAL COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 2 GLOBAL COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 3 MARKET DRIVERS - IMPACT ANALYSIS
TABLE 4 MARKET RESTRAINTS – IMPACT ANALYSIS
TABLE 5 MARKET OPPORTUNITIES – IMPACT ANALYSIS
TABLE 6 GLOBAL COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 7 III-V COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 8 II-VI COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 9 IV-IV COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 10 PRODUCT - APPLICATION MAPPING –IMPACT ANALYSIS
TABLE 11 PRODUCTS- KEYPLAYERS ANALYSIS
TABLE 12 GLOBAL COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET SIZE, BY PRODUCT, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 13 POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE, BY PRODUCT, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 14 TRANSISTOR MARKET SIZE, BY POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 15 IC MARKET SIZE, BY POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 16 DIODES AND RECTIFIERS MARKET SIZE, BY POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 17 POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 18 POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR ICT, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 19 AMERICAS: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR ICT, BY REGION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 20 NORTH AMERICA: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR ICT, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 21 SOUTH AMERICA: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR ICT, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 22 EUROPE: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR ICT, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 23 APAC: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR ICT, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 24 ROW: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR ICT, BY REGION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 25 POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR AEROSPACE & DEFENSE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 26 AMERICAS: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR AEROSPACE & DEFENSE, BY REGION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 27 NORTH AMERICA: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR AEROSPACE & DEFENSE, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 28 SOUTH AMERICA: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR AEROSPACE & DEFENSE, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 29 EUROPE: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 30 APAC: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR AEROSPACE & DEFENSE, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 31 ROW: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR AEROSPACE & DEFENSE, BY REGION 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 32 POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR IPSW, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 33 AMERICAS: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR IPSW, BY REGION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 34 NORTH AMERICA: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR IPSW, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 35 SOUTH AMERICA: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR IPSW, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 36 EUROPE: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR IPSW, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 37 APAC: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR IPSW, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 38 ROW: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR IPSW, BY REGION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 39 POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR CONSUMER ELECTRONICS, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 40 AMERICAS: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR CONSUMER ELECTRONICS, BY REGION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 41 NORTH AMERICA: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR CONSUMER ELECTRONICS, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 42 SOUTH AMERICA: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR CONSUMER ELECTRONICS, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 43 EUROPE: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR CONSUMER ELECTRONICS, BY COUNTRY , 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 44 APAC: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR CONSUMER ELECTRONICS, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 45 ROW: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES MARKET SIZE FOR CONSUMER ELECTRONICS, BY REGION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 46 POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 47 AMERICAS: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY REGION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 48 NORTH AMERICA: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 49 SOUTH AMERICA: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 50 EUROPE: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY COUNTRY , 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 51 APAC: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY COUNTRY , 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 52 ROW: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY REGION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 53 POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR MEDICAL, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 54 AMERICAS: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR MEDICAL, BY REGION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 55 NORTH AMERICA: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR MEDICAL, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 56 SOUTH AMERICA: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR MEDICAL, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 57 EUROPE: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR MEDICAL, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 58 APAC: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR MEDICAL, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 59 ROW: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR MEDICAL, BY REGION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 60 OPTO ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE, BY PRODUCT, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 61 LED'S MARKET SIZE, BY DEVICE, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 62 LASER DIODES MARKET SIZE, BY DEVICE, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 63 PHOTO DETECTOR MARKET SIZE, BY DEVICE, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 64 OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 65 OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR ICT, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 66 AMERICAS: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR ICT, BY REGION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 67 NORTH AMERICA: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR ICT, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 68 SOUTH AMERICA: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR ICT, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 69 EUROPE: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR ICT, BY COUNTRY , 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 70 APAC: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR ICT, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 71 ROW: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR ICT, BY REGION2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 72 OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR AEROSPACE & DEFENSE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 73 AMERICAS: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR AEROSPACE & DEFENSE, BY REGION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 74 NORTH AMERICA: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR AEROSPACE & DEFENSE, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 75 SOUTH AMERICA: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR AEROSPACE & DEFENSE, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 76 EUROPE: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 77 APAC: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR AEROSPACE & DEFENSE, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 78 ROW: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR AEROSPACE & DEFENSE, BY REGION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 79 OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR IPSW, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 80 AMERICAS: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR IPSW, BY REGION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 81 NORTH AMERICA: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR IPSW, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 82 SOUTH AMERICA: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR IPSW, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 83 EUROPE: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR IPSW, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 84 APAC: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR IPSW, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 85 ROW: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR IPSW, BY REGION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 86 OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR CONSUMER ELECTRONICS, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 87 AMERICAS: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MARKET SIZE FOR CONSUMER ELECTRONICS, BY REGION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 88 NORTH AMERICA: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES MARKET SIZE FOR CONSUMER ELECTRONICS, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 89 SOUTH AMERICA: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES MARKET SIZE FOR CONSUMER ELECTRONICS, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 90 EUROPE: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES MARKET SIZE FOR CONSUMER ELECTRONICS, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 91 APAC: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES MARKET SIZE FOR CONSUMER ELECTRONICS, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 92 ROW: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES MARKET SIZE FOR CONSUMER ELECTRONICS, BY REGION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 93 OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 94 AMERICAS: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY REGION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 95 NORTH AMERICA: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 96 SOUTH AMERICA: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 97 EUROPE: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 98 APAC: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 99 ROW: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY REGION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 100 OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES MARKET SIZE FOR MEDICAL, BY GEOGRAPHY 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 101 AMERICAS: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES MARKET SIZE FOR MEDICAL, BY REGION 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 102 NORTH AMERICA: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES MARKET SIZE FOR MEDICAL, BY COUNTRY 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 103 SOUTH AMERICA: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES MARKET SIZE FOR MEDICAL, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 104 EUROPE: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES MARKET SIZE FOR MEDICAL, BY COUNTRY 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 105 APAC: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES MARKET SIZE FOR MEDICAL, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 106 ROW: OPTO-ELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES MARKET SIZE FOR MEDICAL, BY REGION 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 107 GLOBAL COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 108 ICT MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 109 AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 110 IPSW MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 111 CONSUMER ELECTRONICS MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 112 AUTOMOTIVE MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 113 MEDICAL MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 114 GLOBAL COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 115 AMERICAS: MARKET SIZE, BY REGION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 116 NORTH AMERICA:MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 117 SOUTH AMERICA: MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 118 EUROPE: MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 119 APAC: MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 120 ROW: MARKET SIZE, BY REGION, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
TABLE 121 PRODUCT LAUNCH IN COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET, (2011-2014)
TABLE 122 MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS IN COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET, 2012-2014
TABLE 123 AGREEMENTS/ PARTNERSHIPS/ EXPANSION/CONTRACTS/ACHIEVEMENTS/AWARDS IN COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET, 2009-2014
TABLE 124 IBM: BUSINESS SEGMENTSLIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE 1 COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR – MARKET ASPECTS COVERED
FIGURE 2 COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET - RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
FIGURE 3 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION METHODOLOGY
FIGURE 4 DATA TRIANGULATION METHODOLOGY
FIGURE 5 MARKET OVERVIEW SEGMENTATION
FIGURE 6 COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MATERIALS – TIMELINE(1960'S-2000'S)
FIGURE 7 COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MATERIALS APPLICATIONS– TIMELINE(1960'S-2000'S)
FIGURE 8 VALUE CHAIN FOR COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MATERIALS
FIGURE 9 PORTER'S FIVE FORCE ANALYSIS
FIGURE 10 DEGREE OF COMPETITION IN THE COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET
FIGURE 11 THREAT FROM NEW ENTRANTS IN THE COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET
FIGURE 12 THREAT FROM SUBSTITUTES IN THE COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET
FIGURE 13 BARGAINING POWER OF BUYERS IN THE COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET
FIGURE 14 BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS IN THE COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET
FIGURE 15 TYPES OF COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR
FIGURE 16 III-V TYPE OF COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR
FIGURE 17 GAAS MESFET STRUCTURE
FIGURE 18 II-VI TYPE OF COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR
FIGURE 19 SAPPHIRE MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
FIGURE 20 IV-IV TYPE OF COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR
FIGURE 21 OTHER TYPES OF COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR
FIGURE 22 OTHER COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTORS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE, 2013-2020 ($BILLION)
FIGURE 23 COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET: BY DEPOSITION TECHNOLOGY
FIGURE 24 POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES - SUB SEGMENTS
FIGURE 25 ADVANTAGES OF MOSFET
FIGURE 26 MINIATURE LEDS
FIGURE 27 HIGH POWER LIGHT EMITTING DIODES
FIGURE 28 PHOTO DIODE WITH ILLUMINATION WINDOW
FIGURE 29 COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR APPLICATIONS
FIGURE 30 COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR APPLICATIONS IN ICT SECTOR
FIGURE 31 COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR APPLICATIONS IN AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE SECTOR
FIGURE 32 COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR APPLICATIONS IN INDUTRIAL, POWER, SOLAR AND WIND SECTOR
FIGURE 33 COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR APPLICATIONS IN CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SECTOR
FIGURE 34 COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR APPLICATIONS IN AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR
FIGURE 35 COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR APPLICATIONS IN MEDICAL SECTOR
FIGURE 36 GLOBAL COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR WAFER MANUFACTURERS MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS, 2013
FIGURE 37 GLOBAL POWER DEVICES MANUFACTURERS MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS, 2013
FIGURE 38 GLOBAL OPTO ELECTRONICS DEVICES MANUFACTURERS MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS, 2013
FIGURE 39 GLOBAL COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET END USERS MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS, 2013
FIGURE 40 KEY DEVELOPMENTS IN THE COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET(2009-2014)
FIGURE 41 CREE INC.: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
FIGURE 42 CREE INC.: PRODUCT SEGMENTS
FIGURE 43 CREE INC.: APPLICATION BASE
FIGURE 44 FREESCALE SEMICONDUCTOR INC.: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
FIGURE 45 FREESCALE SEMICONDUCTOR INC.: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
FIGURE 46 INTERNATIONAL QUANTUM EPITAXY PLC: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
FIGURE 47 INTERNATIONAL QUANTUM EPITAXY PLC: PRODUCT SEGMENTS
FIGURE 48 TSMC: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
FIGURE 49 TSMC: SWOT ANALYSIS
FIGURE 50 SUMITOMO CHEMICAL CO., LTD: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
FIGURE 51 SUMITOMO CHEMICAL CO., LTD: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
FIGURE 52 SWOT ANALYSIS FOR SUMITOMO CHEMICAL CO., LTD.
FIGURE 53 RENESAS ELECTRONICS: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
FIGURE 54 RENESAS ELECTRONICS: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
FIGURE 55 RENESAS ELECTRONICS: SWOT ANALYSIS
FIGURE 56 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS, INC.: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
FIGURE 57 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS, INC.: PRODUCTS & SERVICES
FIGURE 58 STMICROELECTRONICS NV: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
FIGURE 59 STMICROELECTRONICS NV: PRODUCTS & SERVICES
FIGURE 60 STMICROELECTRONICS NV: "SENSE & POWER AND AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS" SEGMENT
FIGURE 61 STMICROELECTRONICS NV: "EMBEDDED PROCESSING" SEGMENT
FIGURE 62 STMICROELECTRONICS NV: SWOT ANALYSIS
FIGURE 63 INFINEON TECHNOLOGIES AG: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
FIGURE 64 PHILIPS: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
FIGURE 65 PHILIPS: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
FIGURE 66 PHILIPS: SWOT ANALYSIS
FIGURE 67 LM ERICSSON TELEFON AB: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
FIGURE 68 IBM : COMPANY SNAPSHOT
FIGURE 69 IBM CORPORATION: SWOT ANALYSIS
FIGURE 70 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO. LTD.: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
FIGURE 71 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS: PRODUCT LINE
FIGURE 72 SIEMENS AG: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
FIGURE 73 SIEMENS AG OPERATING BUSINESS SEGMENTS
FIGURE 74 SONY CORPORATION: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
FIGURE 75 SONY CORPORATION: PRODUCT LINE


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