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MarketsandMarkets: Global Microelectronics Cleaning Equipment Market Worth $5.86 Billion by 2017

October 10, 2012

DALLAS, October 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ –

According to a new market research report “Microelectronics & Semiconductor
Device/Wafer Cleaning Equipment Market – by Equipment, Technology, Application & Geography
- Forecasts to 2017″ published by MarketsandMarkets (http://www.marketsandmarkets.com),
the total market is expected to reach $5.86 billion by 2017, at a CAGR of 16.1%.

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Microelectronics is a subfield of electronics. As the name suggests, microelectronics
relates to the study and manufacture (or microfabrication) of very small electronic
designs and components. Usually, but not always, this means micrometer-scale or smaller.
These devices are made from semiconductor materials. Many components of normal electronic
design are available in a microelectronic equivalent. These include transistors,
capacitors, inductors, resistors, diodes and (naturally) insulators and conductors can all
be found in microelectronic devices. Unique wiring techniques such as wire bonding are
also often used in microelectronics because of the unusually small size of the components,
leads and pads. This technique requires specialized equipment and is expensive.

Digital integrated circuits (ICs) consist mostly of transistors. Analog circuits
commonly contain resistors and capacitors as well. Inductors are used in some
high-frequency analog circuits, but tend to occupy a large chip area if used at low
frequencies; gyrators can replace them in many applications.

Microelectronics cleaning refers to the removal of contaminants and impurities that
are involved in the manufacturing of the semiconductors and other microelectronic devices.
The basic purpose of the microelectronics cleaning equipment is to make those
semiconductor devices work efficiently, thereby maintaining equilibrium in terms of
performance and the cost involved. As the size and structure of the minutest of the
equipment is decreasing, there is an increased risk of the contaminants and other defects
having an adverse effect on the overall efficiency and reliability. The microelectronics
cleaning equipment market is emerging as the prime technology, due to the increase in
demand for clean microelectronic devices ingrained into the tablet PC market.

Trends such as the miniaturization of structures as well as increased levels of
reliability in technology, research and science require controlled, “clean” manufacturing
environments. The task of such environments is to minimize influences which could damage
the products concerned. The cleanroom environments created by filtering the air were
originally developed for the fields of microelectronics and microsystem technology but are
now used in a wide range of other high technology sectors such as photovoltaics and the
automotive industry.

The report estimates the microelectronics cleaning equipment market, forecasts the
size of the microelectronics cleaning equipment market by technology, by equipment, by
geography, and by applications such as ICs, photomasks, PCBs, MEMS, FPDs, HDDs, and others
from 2012 to 2017. The report talks about the most recent happenings in the market under
winning imperatives and burning issues.

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