Semi Equipment Growth on the Rise

June 2006
Electronic News;6/12/2006, Vol. 52 Issue 24, p21
Trade Publication
The article presents a forecast that says that some semiconductor equipment segments are to reach 100 percent growth between Q1 and Q3 in 2006 according to estimates by research firm Advanced Forecasting. Worldwide billings of surface conditioning equipment is expected to increase approximately 100 percent between January and Q3. The growth in equipment is driven by the increasing demand for Integrated Circuits units, said Rosa Luis, director of marketing and sales for Advanced.


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