BlueTech® Research, in conjunction with B2B Webinars, is pleased to host the upcoming interactive webinar on the changing dynamics of the Ultrapure Water (UPW) market. The
UPW is a term used to refer to water produced for specific industrial processes where the water is significantly more pure than the typical municipal potable water standards. Definitions of UPW tend to be specific to the needs of the industry in which it is used, such as the semiconductor and pharmaceutical industries. Innovation in UPW is predominantly driven by the semiconductor industry, which requires UPW to produce the microprocessors found in phones, computers and the many other ubiquitous electronics that common in everyday lives.
With the market for water and wastewater treatment in the semiconductor industry estimated to be over
The 90-minute webinar will explore how the UPW market in the semiconductor industry is changing and what new opportunities are being created. Questions discussed include how the semi-conductor UPW market is changing and consolidating, ways for a new entrant to break into the market, the usage and volume of water in the semi-conductor manufacturing industry, emerging innovations with the potential to create new opportunities in the market and more.
BlueTech’s New Opportunities in Ultrapure Water Technologies for the Semi-Conductor Industry: Industry Changes and Technology Innovations is a must-attend webinar for investors looking to understand the market opportunity in ultrapure water technologies, water Industry Executives looking to maintain (or establish) a competitive advantage and inform strategic moves in this growing market segment, technology providers looking for technology gaps and unmet needs, and consultants looking to stay on top of the latest market trends and the state of technological innovation in the UPW market segment.
The webinar features experts from industry leaders.
For more information or to register, visit http://www.b2bwebinars.net/ultrapureweb.
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