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Power Electronics Market by Substrate Wafer Technology, Devices, Applications, and Geography – Analysis & Forecast to 2014 – 2020

June 13, 2014

DUBLIN, June 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ –

Research and Markets (
http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/b2pgb7/power_electronics) has announced the
addition of the “Power Electronics Market by Substrate Wafer Technology, Devices,
Applications, and Geography – Analysis & Forecast to 2014 – 2020″
[http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/b2pgb7/power_electronics ] report to their
offering.

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Power electronics is considered as one of the most vibrant sector owing to its
presence, usage, and overlap with many other industry verticals. There is an extremely
high surge in the market for power electronics devices; and the applications in which
these devices can be employed. The credit for power electronics becoming such a vast
industry goes to the continuous advancements in the technology.

The companies invest most of their revenues in R&D so as to make the concerned
improvements in their technology. Also, the supply chain in this industry is a major
supporting factor that has helped the power electronics industry to reach new heights.
Another important role of power electronics, which is getting a strong emphasis recently,
is the associated energy saving. Many companies are taking initiatives to intensify their
R&D practices, to save energy with the help of modern power electronics devices and
systems.

The power electronics market is divided into four segments; namely substrate wafer
technology, power electronic devices, applications, and geography. The substrate wafer
technology includes the differentiation of materials based on the type of end solutions.
These solutions are divided into three sub segments that include high end, middle end, and
low end solutions. The materials discussed include GaN, SiC, Silicon, and Sapphire.

The GaN and SiC contribute to the high end solutions, followed by SiC and Silicon that
contribute to form the middle end solutions; and, finally, Silicon and Sapphire form the
low end solution. Power electronic devices are sub-segmented as the power electronic ICs,
power modules, and power discrete devices. This device market gives an in-depth analysis
of each and every aspect of the device. Additionally, the components such as IGBT,
transistors, and thyristors are also very well explained.

The applications market covers the major applications of power electronics,which are
divided into seven segments; namely ICT applications, industrial, power, automotive,
aerospace & defense, and others’. The others’ segment gives a brief understanding of the
applications used in other industry verticals such as medical, retail, and photovoltaic.

        Key Topics Covered:

        1 Introduction

        2 Executive Summary

        3 Cover Story: Primary Research Interviews

        4 Premium Insights

        5 Market Overview

        6 Market Analysis

        7 Power Electronics Market By Substrate Wafer Technology

        8 Power Electronics Market By Devices

        9 Power Electronics Market By Application

        10 Power Electronics Market, By Geography

        11 Competitive Landscape

        12 Company Profiles

Companies Mentioned:

        - Abb Ltd
        - Alstom
        - Fairchild Semiconductor International, Inc.
        - Freescale Semiconductor, Inc.
        - Gan Systems, Inc
        - Microsemi Corporation
        - Nxp Semiconductors N.V.
        - Renesas Electronics Corporation
        - Rockwell Automation, Inc.
        - Solicore, Inc
        - Stmicroelectronics Nv
        - Taiwan Semiconductors Manufacturing Company Limited (Tsmc)
        - Texas Instruments, Inc.
        - Vishay Intertechnology Inc.

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