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Semiconductor demand is highly reliant on global economic factors. But traditional demand drivers are declining, while propellers for next-generation demand remain many years away from positively impacting chip manufacturing. Yet innovations in every technology sector are setting the stage for even more change to come.

Gain access to detailed information on the making of semiconductors by both pure-play foundries and IDMs with our semiconductor manufacturing market research. This service tracks changes in semiconductor equipment and chip technology, while offering important perspectives on strategies and trends to empower companies in key manufacturing resource-planning decisions.
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  • Len Jelinek | July 12, 2017
    The IHS Markit Pure Play Foundry Market Tracker will provide the latest information on strategies and partnerships of the key players within the industry while providing opinions for manufacturers to consider.
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    Integrated device manufacturers have maintained that although they do not manufacture leading edge CMOS technology they remain as key providers of technology used in all electrical systems. The key issue emerging is how long will that statement actually be true?
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  • Len Jelinek | May 02, 2017
    This easy-to-use database tool will provide users with an overall view for silicon demands by technology - Memory, Logic, Analog, Discrete, Microcomponents, as well as by wafer size -- 4-inch, 5-inch, 6-inch, 8-inch and 300mm.
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  • Icon Senior Director, Semiconductor Manufacturing
    Len Jelinek has focused his research on capacity management and technology transitions within the semiconductor industry. He works with clients to access individual corporate strategies that may be impacted by additional wafer manufacturing capacity in China as well as other global locations.
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