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Market Definitions and Methodology: Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment

Published: 10 January 2013

ID: G00245787

Analyst(s): Bob Johnson , Klaus Rinnen , Dean Freeman , Mark Stromberg , Barbara Van , David Christensen

Summary

This document contains the segment methodology and definitions used in semiconductor equipment forecasts and market share research.

Table Of Contents

What You Need to Know

Introduction

Methodology

  • Market Share Methodology
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Change of Vendor Name
  • Documentation and Citation

Metrics

High-Level Definitions and Segmentation

  • Semiconductor Equipment Market Segmentation
    • Wafer-Level Manufacturing Equipment
    • Die-Level Manufacturing Equipment
    • Automated Test Equipment
  • Product Definitions
    • Lithography
    • Ion Implantation/Doping Equipment
    • Oxidation/Diffusion
    • Deposition
    • Material Removal and Cleaning
    • Manufacturing Automation and Control
    • Process Control
    • Wafer-Level Packaging Equipment
    • Die-Level Packaging Equipment
    • Automated Test Equipment

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