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Advanced Packaging : 3D Silicon and Glass Interposers

Reort On  3D Silicon and Glass Interposers

Why and how 2.5D integration will impact more than 15% of the IC substrate business by 2017

2.5D AND 3D INTEGRATION IS SET TO BE A LONG-LASTING TREND IN THE SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRY
After meeting with swift commercial success on a few initial applications, including MEMS, sensors and power amplifiers, 3D integration has been on everyone’s mind for the past five years. However, once the initial euphoria faded, and despite technical developments which assured most observers that mass adoption of 3D was not out of reach, some unanticipated technical and supply chain hurdles were revealed that were higher than anticipated. It was then that 2.5D integration by means of 3D glass or silicon interposers was revealed by experts as a necessary stepping-stone to full 3D integration. Our first report on 3D interposers and 2.5D integration was in 2010; at that time, we listed the various applications of this technology trend and its drivers, and we showed that glass and silicon interposers were expected to become high-volume necessities, rather than just high-performance solutions for a few niche applications. http://www.bharatbook.com/market-research-reports/consumer-electronics-market-research-report/advanced-packaging-3d-silicon-and-glass-interposers.html

In this 2012 edition of that report, we provide more evidence of our findings from two years ago: after refining the applications and drivers of 3D interposers and 2.5D integration with the use of detailed forecasts, Yole Développement estimates that far from being a stepping-stone technology to full 3D integration, 3D interposers and 2.5D integration is emerging as a mass volume, long-lasting trend in the semiconductor industry. Silicon and Glass Interposers

THE BUSINESS GENERATED BY THE 2.5D INTERPOSER SUBSTRATE WILL GROW RAPIDLY, TO AN EXPECTED TOTAL VALUE OF $1.6B IN 2017
Glass & silicon 2.5D interposers are already a commercial reality in MEMS, Analog, RF & LED applications on 150mm / 200mm, supported by the relatively ‘exotic’ infrastructures of MEMS players such as IMT-MEMS, Silex Microsystems, DNP, and DALSA / Teledyne, and structured glass substrate suppliers like HOYA, PlanOptik, NEC / Schott, and tecnisco. On 300mm, the infrastructure and market for 2.5D/3D interposers has hardly emerged as of 2012, but nevertheless we expect that in 2017, over 2 million 300mm wafers will be produced in that year alone. We also expect that the silicon or glass type of 2.5D interposer substrate will impact more than 16% of the traditionally ‘organic-made’ IC package substrate business by 2017, with almost $1.6B revenues generated by then.

STRONG DIGITAL DRIVERS WILL SHIFT TECHNOLOGY AND SUPPLY CHAIN PARADIGMS
As technology developments progress, the industry will discover clear advantages to using 2.5D interposers for new applications and supply chain possibilities. Throughout this 2012 report, we detail these new lead applications, as well as the relevant needs and challenges.

Also, we show evidence that this emerging infrastructure, which was initially focused on MEMS and sensors, is shifting paradigms to logic modules driven by stringent electrical and thermal performance requirements. As a result, the demand for interposers is shifting to fine-pitch 300mm diameter silicon wafers and high-accuracy flip chip micro-bumping and assembly.

Graphical Processor Units for gaming and computing and high-performance ASICs and FPGAs are paving the way, with high volumes first expected in 2013. As these drivers increasingly appear as must-haves to serve the ever-increasing need for larger electrical bandwidths imposed by graphical sophistication, cloud computing and many more end uses, leading companies are busy creating the appropriate infrastructure.

The semiconductor supply chain is adapting to these significant in substrate technologies.

Wafer foundries appear to be the most able entities to offer manufacturing solutions on the open market, both technically and in terms of capex investment capabilities. But their ambition extends far beyond the manufacturing of wafers, and into assembly and test services as well.

Concurrently, some of the major IDMs are preparing to exploit their wide capabilities and to enter the open foundry and assembly services side for 2.5D and 3D integration based on such new type of IC package substrate technologies.

IS COST REALLY AN ISSUE IN THE LONG TERM?
Significant investments began in 2012, with more than $150M capex expected and driven by both wafer foundries (TSMC, Global Foundries) and OSATs (Amkor, ASE). No one, especially in Taiwan, wants to be left behind in this high-growth story, as it clearly appears to be a central piece of the increasing middle-end business and infrastructure, halfway between the front-end silicon foundries and the back-end assembly & test facilities.

The question now is: “can anyone build a profitable business case to support the growth of 2.5D/3D interposers”? In other words, how long will it take for investing companies to be paid back, while offering affordable prices to their customers? Yole expects the expansion model of this new technology trend to follow a traditional path: first, high-value modules are expected to use the technology to offer unprecedented high performance, followed by higher volume applications.

The nice thing about 2.5D interposers is that they do not only allow for unprecedented performance: they can do so for a much lower cost than any competing technology. Through a few cost cases in this report, we demonstrate that cost can be a strong adoption driver too. No, silicon and glass interposers are not “additional dead pieces of hardware in the package” — on the contrary, they are among the top five key elements of the semiconductor roadmap for the decade 2010-2020.

KEY FEATURES OF THE REPORT
Detailed view, by product and device type, of the key applications driving the commercialization of 2.5D interposer substrates
Detailed 2011 – 2017 market forecast in both unit and wafer shipments, including a revenues analysis of Middle-end to Back-end assembly & test-related activities
Overview of the positioning of different key players, and an understanding of supply chain challenges happening between the different business models in place
Technology trends & roadmaps, including the topic of glass interposers and the possible move to large PANEL area processing, leveraging LCD or PCB infrastructures
Detailed cost structure of several different 2.5D interposer packages: system-level evaluation of several different case scenarios, analyzing the expected cost decrease trend over five years
Analysis of the required investment in terms of capex between 2011 – 2017

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Research on Chinese Automotive Windshield Wiper Industry

The increasing output and ownership of passenger cars pushed up China’s demand for windshield wiper by 17% to 150 million in 2011. Meanwhile, the application of rain-sensing windshield wipers for passenger cars in China increased 1.6 percentage points year on year to 9.6% in 2011.

As opposed to 2010, China’s automotive windshield wiper market witnessed two major changes in 2011.

OEM market concentration increased: the combined market share of top 4 manufacturers in China’s automotive windshield wiper OEM market realized 56%, an increase of 4 percentage points over 2010;

Aftermarket concentration decreased: due to relatively low technology threshold, small and medium windshield wiper manufacturers developed rapidly. In 2011, the share of top 10 manufacturers in China’s automotive windshield wiper aftermarket declined 3.5 percentage points over 2010.

Although there are a large number of enterprises engaged in the production of automotive windshield wipers in China, foreign enterprises still hold a dominant position. In particular, Valeo and BOSCH are the market leaders, with the market share topping the list in OEM market and aftermarket in 2010-2011, respectively.

For Valeo, there are four major windshield wiper brands, namely, Valeo, Marchal, PJ and SWF. In late 2011, it successfully developed the new generation windshield wiper system – AquaBlade which acceded to the market in 2012. Valeo has two windshield wiper production bases in Shanghai and Taizhou, Zhejiang province. The Shanghai base specializes in the production of windshield wiper motor and windshield wiper assembly, while the Taizhou base is mainly engaged in the production of wiper blades and scrubbers. In 2011, the Taizhou production base expanded its capacity to produce the components of windshield washer system.

The windshield wiper products of BOSCH mainly include 4 series, including Huoyi, Fengyi, Twin and Aero Twin. In particular, Huoyi, Fengyi and Aero Twin are hit products in Chinese market. BOSCH also has 2 windshield wiper production bases in Changsha of Hunan and RuiAn of Zhejiang. And the former specializes in producing windshield wiper motor, while the latter are mainly engaged in windshield wiper assembly.

The report highlights the following aspects:
Demand for front/rear windshield wiper in China; OEM Status of rain-sensing windshield wiper; outlook for 2015;
Import & export;
Profitability;
Brands and market occupancy;
Development of major domestic and foreign windshield wiper manufacturers, including operation, output, sales volume, major products, major customers, etc.

Table of Contents
1. Automotive Windshield Wiper
1.1 Structure
1.2 Classification
1.3 Development History
1.4 Importance
2. China’s Automotive Windshield Wiper Market
2.1 Market Demand
2.1.1 Front Windshield Wiper
2.1.2 Rear Windshield Wiper
2.1.3 Rain-sensing Wiper
2.2 Industry Profitability
2.3 Import and Export
2.3.1 Import
2.3.2 Export
3. China’s Automotive Windshield Wiper Brands and OEM Market
3.1 Brand Distribution
3.2 OEM Market
4. Product Segments
4.1 Wiper Blade
4.2 Wiper Motor
4.3 Bracketless Wiper
4.3.1 Rubber Strip
4.3.2 Steel Sheet
4.3.3 Structure
4.3.4 Major Brands
4.4 Rainfall Sensor
4.5 Scrubber
5. Foreign-funded Enterprises/Joint Ventures
5.1 Valeo
5.1.1 Profile
5.1.2 Windshield Wiper Products
5.1.3 VALEO Shanghai Automotive Electric Motors & Wipers Systems Co., Ltd.
5.1.4 Taizhou Valeo-Wenling Automotive Systems Co., Ltd.
5.2 Bosch
5.2.1 Windshield Wiper Products
5.2.2 Operation
5.2.3 Bosch Automotive Products (Changsha) Co., Ltd.
5.2.4 Rui’An Bosch Auto Parts Co., Ltd.

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2012 Deep Research Report on Global and China TCO Glass Industry

2012 Deep Research Report on Global and China TCO Glass Industry was professional and depth research report on global and China TCO Glass industry.this report has firstly introduced TCO glass definition classification industry chain etc relation information. Then introduced TCO glass manufacturing technology and process.At the same time, introduced key processes specifications and application examples. And then Summary statistics of Global and China major TCO glass manufacturers 2009-2016 TCO glass capacity production supply demand (mainly according silicon and CdTe thin film solar cell demand) shortage and TCO glass selling price cost profit profit margin and production value.

And also introduced global and China 18 major TCO glass companies basic information, 2009-2016 TCO glass capacity production price cost profit profit margin and production value etc details information.In the end, this report introduced Online FTO Offline FTO Offline AZO Glass project feasibility analysis and investment return analysis.also give related research conclusions and development trend analysis of China TCO glass industry. In a word, it was a depth research report on Global and China TCO glass industry. And thanks to the support and assistance from TCO glass industry chain (TCO glass companies Solar cell companies turn-key line suppliers government related anencies etc) related experts and enterprises during QYResearch Team survey and interview.

Chapter One TCO Glass Industry Overview 1
1.1 TCO Glass Definition 1
1.2 TCO Glass Classification and Applications 2
1.3 TCO Glass for Thin Film Solar Cells 4
1.4 TCO Glass Industry Chain Structure 12
1.5 TCO Glass Industry Development Trend 12
1.5.1 Global TCO Glass Status and Development Trend 12
1.5.2 China TCO Glass Status and Development Trend 13

Chapter Two TCO Glass Manufacturing Technology and Process 14
2.1 Ultra Clear Glass Manufacturing Technology Overview 14
2.2 TCO Coating Technology Overview 17
2.2.1 Magnetron Sputtering Process 17
2.2.2 Pulsed Laser Deposition Coating Process 19
2.2.3 Chemical Vapor Deposition Coating Process 19
2.2.4 Sol-Gel Coating Process 21
2.3 TCO Glass Coating Production Line 24
2.3.1 Online TCO Glass Coating Production Line 24
2.3.2 Offline TCO Glass Coating Production Line 25
2.4 TCO Glass Handling, Testing and Processing 27
2.5 TCO Glass Cleaning and Preservation 28
2.6 TCO Glass Coating Equipments 29
2.7 Solar Glass Standard (Industry Standard) 39

Chapter Three Global and China TCO Glass Production Supply Sales Demand Market Status and Forecast 43
3.1 TCO Glass Productions Overview 43
3.2 TCO Glass Demand 50
3.3 Supply and Demand of Global and China TCO Glass 58
3.4 China TCO Glass Import Export Consumption 59
3.5 TCO Glass Cost Price Production Value Profit Margin 60

Chapter Four Global and China TCO Glass Key Manufacturers 60
4.1 ASAHI Glass Company (Japan) Japan Offline TCO China Online TCO Belgium MOUSTIER Online TCO USA SPRING HILL Online TCO 60
4.2 NSG(Japan) USA Laurinburg Online TCO USA Ottawa Online TCO Germany Weiherhammer Online TCO Japan Chiba Online TCO 66
4.3 PPG (USA) Online TCO 71
4.4 Saint-Gobain (France Online FTO) 74
4.5 Solartech Energy (Singapore Offline TCO) 77
4.6 Xinyi Glass(Anhui Wuhu Offline AZO) 79
4.7 CSG Holding (Shenzhen Offline TCO) 84
4.8 Sanxing Glass (Hainan Online TCO) 89
4.9 Kibing Glass (Zhangzhou Online TCO) 93
4.10 North Glass (Langfang Offline TCO) 96
4.11 Flat Glass (Zhejiang Jiaxing Offline TCO) 99
4.12 Xiuqiang Glass (Jiangsu Offline AZO) 102
4.13 China Glass (Weihai Lanxing) (Linyi Online TCO) 105
4.14 Yingxin Glass (Hebei Offline AZO) 108
4.15 Almaden (Changzhou Offline AZO) 111
4.16 SunBearSolar (Malaysia Offline TCO) 113
4.17 Taiwan Glass (Taiwan Offline TCO) 116
4.18 Daming Glass (Zhejiang Offline AZO) 119

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2012 Deep Research Report on China PV Glass Industry

2012 Deep Research Report on China PV Glass Industry was professional and depth research report on China PV Glass (Ultra-white Rolling Glass) industry.this report has firstly introduced Ultra-white Rolling Glass (Crystalline Silicon Solar Module Cover Glass) definition classification application industry chain etc relation information. Then introduced PV glass manufacturing technology and process, And then Summary statistics of China major PV glass manufacturers 2009-2016 PV glass capacity production supply demand (mainly according Crystalline Silicon Solar Module demand) shortage and PV glass selling price cost profit profit margin and production value.

And also introduced China 18 major PV glass companies basic information, 2009-2016 PV glass capacity production price cost profit profit margin and production value etc details information.besides, the report also introduced pv glass upstream (such as calendar rolls calendar cutting machine millin machine lip brick tempered furnace glass furnace etc) downstream (c-si solar module) suppliers and their relationship with pv glass manufacturers, finally, this report introduced 250tons/day PV Glass project feasibility analysis and investment return analysis.also give related research conclusions and development trend analysis of China PV glass industry. In a word, it was a depth research report on China PV glass industry. And thanks to the support and assistance from PV glass industry chain (PV glass companies Solar Module companies PV Glass equipments suppliers and government related anencies etc) related experts and enterprises during QYResearch Team survey and interview.

Chapter One PV Glass Industry Overview 1
1.1 Definition 1
1.2 PV Glass Classification and Application 3
1.2.1 Ultra-white Rolling Glass (Crystalline Silicon Solar Module Cover Glass) 3
1.2.2 TCO Glass (Thin Film Solar Module Substrate Glass) 6
1.2.3 BIPV Glass 8
1.3 PV Glass Transmission 9
1.4 PV Glass(Ultra-white Rolling Glass) Industry Chain Structure 11
1.5 PV Glass (Ultra-white Rolling Glass) Industry Outlook 12
1.5.1 Solar Industry Development Outlook 12
1.5.2 PV Glass Industry Status and Development Trend 14
1.5.3 Solar Energy and PV Glass Industry Development Analysis 15
1.5.4 PV Glass (Ultra-white Rolling Glass) Industry Outlook 15
1.5.5 TCO Glass Development Outlook 16
1.5.6 BIPV Glass Development Outlook 20
1.6 PV Glass and Solar Energy 22
1.6.1 Solar Energy Use: Photovoltaic and Solar Thermal 22
1.6.2 Solar Module and PV Glass 23

Chapter Two PV Glass Manufacturing Technology and Process 25
2.1 PV Glass Manufacturing Technology and Process 25
2.1.1 Glass Characteristics and Parameters 25
2.1.2 Glass Manufacturing Process 27
2.1.3 Tempered and Coated 33
2.1.4 Equipments and Product Line 33
2.1.5 Raw Materials and Fuel 38
2.1.6 Glass Classification 41
2.1.7 Ultra-white Rolling Glass and Ultra-white Float Glass Comparison 42
2.2 PV Glass Manufacturing Process and Requirements 43
2.3 Ultra-white Rolling Glass Technology Characteristics 45
2.4 Ultra-white Float Glass Technology Characteristics 47
2.5 PV Glass (Ultra-white Rolling Glass) Product Quality Standards 51

Chapter Three China PV Glass Production Supply Sales Demand Market Status and Forecast 55
3.1 PV Glass Productions Overview 55
3.2 PV Glass Demand 61
3.3 PV Glass Supply and Demand 68
3.4 PV Glass Cost Price Production Value Profit Margin 69
3.5 PV Glass Cost Structure 74
3.6 PV Glass Profit Analysis 78
3.7 PV Glass Import Export Consumption 78

Chapter Four PV Glass Key Manufacturers 80
4.1 Flat Glass (Shanghai Jiaxing Fengyang) 80
4.2 Xinyi Glass (Dongguang Wuhu Tianjin) 85
4.3 CSG Holding (Dongguan) 89
4.4 Yuhua Glass(Henan Boai) 97
4.5 Succeed PVGlass (Henan Qinyang) 101
4.6 Ancai Hi-tech (Henan Anyang) 105
4.7 AGC Flat Glass (Suzhou) 108
4.8 Hehe Glass (Zhejiang Xiaoshan Shaoxing) 110
4.9 Pilkington Solar (Taicang) 116
4.10 Taiwan Glass (Fujian Zhangzhou Shandong Qingdao) 119

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