SemiExpo 2022 » Market Update. Edition 7
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18 March 2019

Dear partners!

Meet the seventh news industry edition of the exhibition brand SEMIEXPO RUSSIA. We have collected all the most relevant information for you and will do it regularly to ensure your growth and development in Russia and in global markets.

In the current issue:

 1.Will The U.S.-China Trade War Matter In The Coming Decades?

Here’s a side effect of the U.S. trade war with China. It is strengthening a long-running trend in East Asia. China wants to rely less on doing business with the United States. It wants to rely more on business with its smaller Asian neighbors. Rachel Martin spoke with Parag Khanna, author of the book “The Future Is Asian.”

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2. Semiconductor Spending to Bounce Back in 2020.

In our World Fab Forecast, we predict global fab equipment spending will decline 14% to $53 billion in 2019 and recover with 27% growth to $67 billion in 2020, setting a new record. Spurred by a slowdown in the memory sector, the 2019 downturn marks the end of a three-year growth run for fab equipment spending. Read more 

3. How 2D semiconductors could extend Moore’s law.

The number of components in electronic circuits has doubled every two years since the 1960s — a trend known as Moore’s law. Transistors have shrunk so that ever more can fit on a silicon chip. But now, silicon transistors are reaching their physical limit. Radically different types of materials and devices are needed to realize the potential of the next generation of computers. Read more

4. When Semiconductors stick together. 

A team of researchers led by the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) has developed a simple method that could turn ordinary semiconducting materials into quantum machines – superthin devices marked by extraordinary electronic behavior. Such an advancement could help to revolutionize a number of industries aiming for energy-efficient electronic systems – and provide a platform for exotic new physics.  Read more



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