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Anatomy of 2002 Silicon Wafer Demand by Device Application

Published: 28 February 2003

ID: G00113159

Analyst(s): Takashi Ogawa

Summary

In 2002, digital logic and memory devices held a combined share of almost 60 percent of total silicon demand. In terms of design rule, the below-0.25-micron range accounted for 45 percent of total demand.

Table Of Contents
  • Executive Summary
  • Introduction and Analytical Method
    • Introduction
    • Analytical Method
  • Analysis of Silicon Wafer Demand by DeviceĀ Application
  • Silicon Wafer Demand by Design Rule
  • Glossary of Terms

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