Research and Markets: MEMS Equipment Market Estimated to Grow to $650 million in 2005 and to $750 million in 2007

DUBLIN, Ireland—(BUSINESS WIRE)—June 21, 2005— Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c19602) has announced the addition of "UMA": Ultimate MEMS Market Analysis to their offering.

This is a new report describing the technology, equipment, the process, the components of MEMS market and their applications (consumer, space/military, automotive, telecom.)

This report analyzes the following MEMS device markets: acceleration sensors, gyroscopes, pressure sensors, inkjet heads, optical MEMS (DLP, bar code readers, fiber optics components), silicon microphones, RF MEMS, and microbolometers.

In MEMS device processing, one can distinguish MEMS-"Specific" Equipment. Equipment used only in the production of some type of MEMS device: deep reactive ion etching (inkjet heads, accelerometers, gyroscopes), sacrificial layer etching (pressure sensors, gyroscopes, accelerometers, DLP, microphones), dual-side alignment (backside etching of pressure sensors, wafer level packaging), thick resist coating. Whereas MEMS "standard" equip-ments include: physical vapor deposition, chemical vapor deposition, dry etching, lithography.

In 2003, the total MEMS equipment market, including R&D equipment, was about $440 million. The market will grow to $650 million in 2005 and to $750 million in 2007.

Benefits of the report for suppliers of the MEMS industry:

-- Analysis of the structure of the MEMS industry and evolution of the industrial food chain

-- Complete description of 30 manufacturing facilities

-- Description of the processes and linked equipment and material markets

Benefits of the report for the manufacturers of MEMS devices:

-- Analysis of the applications and detailed analysis of the new business

-- Analysis of the competition

-- Detailed analysis of the different business models

-- Complete description of the Top 30 MEMS manufacturers worldwide

Companies mentioned:

-- Akustica

-- Analog Devices

-- Applied MEMS

-- BAE

-- BEI Sensors

-- Bosch

-- Canon

-- Colibrys

-- Dalsa Semiconductor

-- Delphi

-- Denso

-- Fairchild Semiconductor

-- HL Planar

-- Honeywell

-- HP

-- IMT

-- Kionix

-- Memscap

-- Murata

-- Matsushita

-- Olivetti IJet

-- Omron

-- Samsung

-- Sensonor/Infineon

-- SSS

-- STM

-- VTI Technologies

-- X-Fab

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c19602



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