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Research and Markets: LED Front-End Manufacturing Trends Report 2014: Substrates Are Shaping The Led Front-End Industry

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/md3lpp/led_frontend) has announced the addition of the "LED Front-End Manufacturing Trends report" report to their offering.

The impact of the sapphire industry on the LED industry is likely to become bigger in the future because of the recent partnership between GTAT and Apple (Q4-2013) to set up a large sapphire manufacturing plant ($1 billion). The plant, having a rough capacity of 2 times the current qualified sapphire capacity, could totally modify the structure and evolution of the sapphire and LED industries in the next few years.

The report presents all recent technological trends of LED Front-End manufacturing, detailing evolutions at substrate, epitaxy, lithography, plasma etching and deposition, PVD and testing levels.

LED substrate is one of the key topics impacting the LED Front-End industry in the following ways:

  • Increased demand for larger size sapphire wafers with big players (such as LG, Sharp or Osram) moving to 6 wafers and Taiwanese players moving to 4 wafers.
  • Increased demand for PSS that has now become mainstream in the industry (87% share as of Q1-2014), even if some questions remain concerning key patent holders' strategies.
  • Development of GaN-on-Si and GaN-on-GaN LEDs with both technologies having begun mass production in some companies (such as Soraa for GaN, or Toshiba for Si). However, market penetration of these alternative substrates will be secondary to future improvements in terms of performance and cost. Otherwise, GaN-on-Si and GaN-on-GaN LEDs will not be able to fully compete with sapphire-based LEDs.

KEY FEATURES OF THE REPORT

  • Detailed analysis of key constituents of LED die
  • Detailed technical analysis of the main LED Front-End manufacturing process steps and recent evolutions
  • Technology roadmap for adoption of new technologies
  • LED market metrics (units and value): Forecast 2014-2019

Key Topics Covered:

  1. Objectives of the report
  2. LED market trends
  3. Key constituents of LED die
  4. LED die manufacturing
  5. Light extraction techniques
  6. LED substrates
  7. LED epitaxy
  8. Lithography
  9. Plasma etching and deposition
  10. Physical vapor deposition for TCL and metals
  11. Testing and binning
  12. Conclusion

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/md3lpp/led_frontend

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