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Microelectronics (Cleaning Equipment) Market worth $5.86 billion by 2017

According to a new market research report Microelectronics cleaning equipment market (2012–2017), the total market is expected to reach $5.86 billion by 2017, at a CAGR of 16.1%. The basic building blocks of almost all the electronic devices are components like semiconductor wafers, ICs, MEMS, memory devices (HDDs), PCBs, etc. The overall performance of the electronic device depends on the performance of individual components. Moreover, as these components are comparatively small, contaminants affect their performance and reliability in a big way. Hence, microelectronics cleaning is a crucial step as regards the functioning of any electronic device and the cleaning equipment market is one of the most important markets of the semiconductor industry.

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Microelectronics cleaning is one of the most important segments of the semiconductor industry. It is one of the major factors that affect the yield, reliability, and performance of semiconductor devices. The microelectronics cleaning equipment industry has undergone many changes in the past decade. This includes the shift to single-wafer cleaning, which has been instrumental in improving the performance of semiconductor devices. The explosive growth of the smartphone and tablet markets has propelled the microelectronics cleaning equipment industry to move forward. The cleaning industry also faces many challenges like the increasing environmental concerns due to the nature of the chemicals used in cleaning processes.

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.

To have a complete 360 degree view of the market, the report segments the microelectronics cleaning equipment market on the basis of different types of technologies, different types of cleaning equipment, applications, and geographies. Further, it contains revenue forecasts, and analyzing trends in the market. The geographical analysis for North America, Europe, and APAC has been included. Further, Middle-East and Africa have been included under ROW. The sections and the sub-segments in the report would contain drivers, restraints, opportunities, current market trends, and the technology expected to revolutionize the services and the consumables domain.

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Global microelectronics cleaning equipment technology market is expected to reach $5.86 billion by 2017, at an estimated CAGR of 16.1%; ICs, photomasks and MEMS will be the key application areas for this market.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 to have an adverse effect on the overall efficiency and reliability. The microelectronics cleaning equipment market is emerging as the prime technology; sufficing 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.

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