Semiconductor Fab Trends and Forecast - June 2013

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The presentation contains Information and data on frontend semiconductor and LED fabs

fabs. The charts and tables are from an article published on May 31, 2013. Visit http://www.semi.org/en/node/45921 to read the entire article.

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Semiconductor Fab Trends and Forecast - June 2013

  1. 1. Industry Research and StatisticsFrontend Semiconductor FabsTrends & ForecastJune 2013
  2. 2. About UsThe SEMI Industry Research and Statistics group provides market data and marketresearch reports covering semiconductor capital equipment, photovoltaicequipment, semiconductor materials, packaging materials, semiconductor,optoelectronics, and high brightness LED fabs.For our major reports, we collect actual data from suppliers around the worldfollowing strict professional standards of confidentiality. Our reports provide trends,forecast, and outlook to help the industry make important investment, strategic,and business planning decisions.For additional information regarding our products and our data collection program,please visit us at www.semi.org/marketinfo or contact us at mktstats@semi.org.
  3. 3. Highlights• Fab equipment spending in 2013 is expected to increase about 2% (US$32.5B)(was 0% in both the February 2013 and November 2012 reports).• Fab equipment spending in 2014 is expected to increase by almost 27%(US$41.1B) (was 24% in the February report).• Spending for 18nm to 24nm nodes show the largest spending with over $10B,followed by 25nm and 37nm nodes with almost US$9B and nodes between13nm and 17nm with over US$7B.• Overall the foundry sector is expected to spend between US$16 to US$17Bin 2013 on Front End facilities, followed by Memory with almost US$9B andMPU.• The growth rate of installed capacity is expected to slow down to 2.4% YoY(was 3.6% in the February report), and in 2014 increase by 5.4% (no changefrom the February report).Source: SEMI World Fab Forecast (May 2013 edition)
  4. 4. Highlights (con’t)• Fab equipment spending in 2013 is expected to increase about 2% (US$32.5B)(was 0% in both the February 2013 and November 2012 reports).• Fab equipment spending in 2014 is expected to increase by almost 27%(US$41.1B) (was 24% in the February report).• Spending for 18nm to 24nm nodes show the largest spending with over $10B,followed by 25nm and 37nm nodes with almost US$9B and nodes between13nm and 17nm with over US$7B.• Overall the foundry sector is expected to spend between US$16 to US$17Bin 2013 on Front End facilities, followed by Memory with almost US$9B andMPU.Source: SEMI World Fab Forecast (May 2013 edition)
  5. 5. Fab Equipment Spending
  6. 6. Fab Construction Spending
  7. 7. ResourcesVisit http://www.semi.org/en/node/45921 to read the complete articleregarding the data in this presentation.Websitewww.semi.org/marketinfowww.semi.org/fabsFollow us onwww.twitter.com/SEMI_mktstatswww.slideshare.net/ehallSEMIwww.youtube.com/user/SEMImktstats
  8. 8. www.semi.org/marketinfo
  9. 9. Appendixwww.semi.org/fabs
  10. 10. Market Research ReportsSemiconductorEquipmentSemiconductorMaterials• Equipment MarketData Subscription(EMDS)• Book-to-Bill Report• WWSEMS(1991-2012)• Book-to-Bill(1991-2012)• Material Market DataSubscription (MMDS)• Photomask Report *• Silicon Reclaim WaferReport *Fabs /Foundries• World Fab Forecast• FabFutures• World Fab WatchSemiconductorPackaging• GlobalSemiconductorPackaging MaterialsOutlook• ChinaSemiconductorPackagingOutlookNotes:* These reports are included FREE with the purchase of the MMDS report, but also available as separate reports.** Third-party report
  11. 11. • Data on fab equipment spending• Data on fab construction/projects• Data on fab capacity• Forecast information on frontend fab activitiesSEMI® Fab DatabasesWorld Fab Databases
  12. 12. IncludesTablesandGraphsWorld Fab Databases
  13. 13. World Fab DatabasesDetail Fab InformationOther ColumnsLocationFab TypeProduct TypeProductsTechnologyCurrent GeometryCurrent wafer sizeInstall Equip (date)First Silicon (date)Production (date)Construction costEquipping costTotal costWafer capacity*Wafer size*Geometry*Construction spending*Equipment spending*….….more…* On a quarterly basis.Source: SEMI® World Fab ForecastOwnershipCompanyNameJointVenturePartners
  14. 14. World Fab DatabasesSelect to includevarious typesSelect companyor chose allPivot tables allow customize views
  15. 15. World Fab DatabasesSummaryGraphs (12) & Tables (16)Capacity by Country & RegionCapacity by CompanyCapacity by FoundriesCapacity by Wafers size and YearCapacity by Product Type and YearCapacity by Geometry and YearCompany DetailSpending by RegionSpending by Company
  16. 16. World Fab DatabasesCutandPaste020,00040,00060,00080,000100,000120,000140,000160,000180,000200,000HynixSemiconductorHynixSemiconductorHynix-STSemiconductorLtdHynix-STSemiconductorLtdSeries1Series2Customize your own graph and chartIn separatespreadsheetCreatecustomizedgraph
  17. 17. World Fab Databases: Availability Single copy (single-user, 1 edition) Subscription (single-user, 4 editions, 1 year) Multi-user Global License (x number of users, 4 editions, 1 year) Based on x number of users Need to keep track of (record) each user Unlimited Users Global License (unlimited users, 4 editions,1 year) Can be posted on the companies intranet Fab database can be access by all employees No need to track each user
  18. 18. World Fab DatabasesFebruaryMayAugustNovemberDatabases are published at the end of the following monthsAvailability may be 2 to 3 days after publication dateif for example the date falls on a weekendData updated on a daily basis – Published 4x per year
  19. 19. Need Customized Reports?Custom reports generated• Fab Transitional Report(fabs to be sold, sold, for sale, may-be-closed, etc)• Historical Fab Report– # of fabs operational/year (1988-2010)– Total spending on fabs per year (1988-2010)– wafer capacity by geometry (1994 – 2010)• Historical Fab Report– Fab Construction spending (1996 – 2011)– Fab Equipping spending (1996 – 2011)• Regional Fab Capacity Report (2000 - 2011)Contact us to discuss your market research needs.
  20. 20. Contact Us Today!ContactEdwin Hall: ehall@semi.orgWebsitewww.semi.org/marketinfowww.semi.org/fabsFollow us onwww.twitter.com/SEMI_mktstatsJoin our circle on Google+https://plus.google.com/113399827238426377456/postsData on the Semiconductor Equipment, Materials, and Fab Market

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