After two years of recession, the semiconductor equipment market is projected to achieve growth in 2014. In 2011, the semiconductor equipment market size hit a record high of
In 2014, the driving force of the semiconductor equipment market is mainly sourced from foundry and memory. In particular, foundry began to step into 20nm domain, while memory is ushering in 3D era. In the era of 20nm, semiconductor vendors employ two routes: double/multiple patterning and EUV. Double/multiple patterning is more technologically advanced than EUV, although it means substantial cost rise in manufacturing and equipments, especially for etching equipments.
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EUV can cut the manufacturing and equipments cost significantly, albeit EUV itself costs as high as
Equipment vendors have failed to catch up with the development of foundry, especially the
The semiconductor equipment industry is experiencing ceaseless integration. Take Applied Material for example, it took over second-ranked
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