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Semiconductor

Any substance that conducts electricity more slowly than a conductor. Semiconductors are common in products like computer chips and, as such, may be traded as commodities. Silicon and germanium are both semiconductors.
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This report critically examines and provides extensive insights into the state of the Global Semiconductor Industry, including current market size, market segmentation, semiconductor equipment market, forecast across segments, major players and their market shares, end user analysis, regional market analysis, Trend Analysis, key industry drivers etc.
Figure 4-2: Worldwide - Semiconductor Industry Segmentation by Sales (%), 2006
The agreement includes Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) and Silicon-on-Insulator (SOI) technologies as well as advanced semiconductor research and design enablement transitioning at the 45-nanometer generation.
Vision Summit 2007 has participation from CXOs of globally leading semiconductor companies, academia, market analysts and media.
Langlois started his career with Arrow-Jermyn and National Semiconductors 22 years ago, also undertaking the role of vice president and general manager Europe and Asia at VLSI Technology before joining NXP Semiconductors.
Additionally, SEMI and RBI will collaborate on co-branded supplements to Semiconductor International and other communications projects such as industry information webcasts and event sponsorships.
The FOA provides a forum for semiconductor manufacturing executives and industry suppliers to discuss common manufacturing issues often leading to company wide cost savings.
We salute all of the many individuals around the world that were involved in producing the ITRS, unquestionably the semiconductor industry's most valuable tool for defining the many challenges and possible solutions critical for progress.
ON Semiconductor is one of the top 10 global suppliers of power management devices for the portable and wireless, computing, consumer, automotive, networking and industrial markets.
This study highlights the market share and revenue performance of the major digital consumer semiconductor vendors, along with the economic and geographic factors, technologies, and strategies that resulted in changes to their market shares in 2003.
A leading industry supplier of power discrete components, ON Semiconductor (NASDAQ: ONNN) today pushed the Schottky voltage barrier above 200 volts (V) with the introduction of the first 250 V silicon Schottky for plasma/LCD television, power supply, consumer and automotive applications.

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