European Microelectronic Fabs Database & Report 2012
European and Middle East Countries database & market study of microelectronic and microsystem manufacturing facilities and major R&D organizations
The objectives of the database & report are:
To understand, based on facts, the complex and diverse collection of abs, pilot lines and R&D centers in the European and Middle-East Area (EMEA) Microelectronic industry.
To create a tool for the equipment & material suppliers and all bunisesses related to microelectronics production field to assess business opportunities in the EMEA market.
To enable suppliers of microelectronic and microsystem industry to detect new opportunities in the EMEA semiconductor market.
This comprehensive database & report detail fab locations, products, technologies, manufacturing facilities, and financial information. The covered geographical area is 50 countries, including the European Union, Eastern European countries, Turkey, Morocco, Israel and Russia.
The database includes:
IC semiconductor (Memory, Logic, Analog and mixed signal, ASIC s, Other IC devices).
MEMS / MST (Ink jet head; Sensors: pressure, inertial, IR image, specific chemicals & gasses; optical MEMS; microphones; digital compass; oscillator; other MEMS devices)
Optoelectronics (LED, laser diode....)
Packaging (Discrete packaging, Zero and first-level packaging, Wafer Level Packaging, other packaging techniques such as 3D).
Major R&D organizations.
The report includes:
EMEA microelectronic wafer lines overview, statistics and analysis
Industrial segment statistics (IC semiconductor, power devices, MEMS, etc)
Major changes from 2007 (Fab closures, fab openings, other major changes, new capacities and investments)
Europe accounts for more than 320 production and research fabs active in one or more of the investigated technology fields. In this report details are given about the specific facilities:
MEMS / MST
The database includes details on the manufacturing sites*:
Name of the company, including Website
Size (number of employees, sales figures for 2010)
General activities (applications, devices and markets)
Addresses of the different manufacturing sites
For each manufacturing site:
Capacity (wafer starts per month)
Size and class of the clean room
The report was developed through more than 120 direct interviews with companies and questionnaires. *Data is provided by the companies through interviews and questionnaires. Neither SEMI nor Yole Développement are claiming the data to be complete and correct. However, it is an accurate recording of obtained information.
Companies described in the database
ABB Semiconductor, Acreo AB, Altis/GIS Semiconductor, Analog Devices, austriamicrosystems, Autopribor, Avago Technologies, Boehringer Ingelheim microParts, Robert Bosch, Colibrys, Dynex Semiconductor, e2v technologies, ELMOS, EM Microelectronic Marin, EPCOS, Estel, First Sensor Technology, FLIR Systems, Freescale Semiconductor, GE Measurement & Control Solutions, GLOBALFOUNDRIES, HL-Planartechnik, IBM Microelectronics, IMEC, Infineon Technologies, Intel, International Rectifier, IPDIA, Leister Process Technologies, LETI, Lionix, LITE F, MHS Electronics, Micran, Microfab Bremen, Micron Technology, Micronas, Nemotek Technologies, Norstel, Nortel Technology, NXP, Oclaro Inc., Olivetti I-Jet, OMMIC, On Semiconductor, OptoGaN, OSRAM, Philips, Photonix, Prema Semiconductor, Pulsar (Scientific Research Institute), Raytheon Company, Retina Implant, RF Micro Devices, Scottish Microelectronics Centre, SE MEFAB, SENSIRION, SenSonor Technologies, Sigm Plus, Silex Microsystems, Siliconix, Silway Semiconductor, SINTEF, STMicroelectronics, Telefunken Semiconductors, Texas Instruments, Texet, Three-Five Epitaxial Services, TowerJazz Semiconductors Ltd., Tronic’s Microsystems, ULIS , United Monolithic Semiconductors, Vishay Intertechnology, VTI Technologies, VTT, XFAB semiconductor…
Report: European Microelectronic Fabs Database & Report
Format: The report is delivered in an Adobe Acrobat® format (PPT presentation of 50+ slides), and a database delivered in Microsoft Excel®
Publication date: January, 1st 2012
Author: Yole Développement and SEMI (with contribution of SE MI and the use of « World Fab Watch Database », EMEA part)