LED Packaging Materials Market to Grow at 20% CAGR to 2017 Says A New Research Report at ReportsnReports.com

“LED Thematic and also Advanced Packaging” market report says packaging cost reduction is driving new technology and design adoption, and fuelling a booming equipment and material market.

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The package substrate market will attain a CAGR of 20% over the aforementioned period, growing to nearly $900M by 2017. Concerning LED phosphors despite strong price pressure, the associated market will also enjoy double-digit growth, with a CAGR of 20% during the period 2012 - 2017.

In the face of intensifying competition, players are trying to differentiate themselves by proposing an increasing variety of technology options for LED packaging. Substrate material options as well as assembly and interconnection techniques abound as many companies work around the limiting patents of the established players. New players from the general semiconductor markets are proposing new solutions based on their respective capabilities. Similar to IC packaging, new technologies for LED packaging mimic the existing ones, without completely phasing them out -- and there is still a lot of room for innovation, which could lead to more added-value. For such products, however, it remains paramount that the solution offers LED manufacturers an overall reduction in cost of ownership ($/lumen).

At The LED Packaging Equipment Level, Growth Will Return For the Next Three Years

The LED packaging equipment market, which stagnated in 2012 due to industry oversupply, is growing again and will peak at nearly $650M by 2016. LED packagers are still using mostly retrofitted equipment from the IC industry and relying on existing technology solutions and materials to improve LED cost of ownership and performance. While this has allowed LED manufacturers to benefit from decades of R&D, and investments in the IC industry, it also limits the industry to a space defined by existing technology platforms which are not optimized to the specific needs of LEDs. However, the industry has gained enough momentum in 2011/2012 to entice equipment and material providers into developing dedicated solutions for LED manufacturing.

Many dedicated solutions emerging from both existing and new players will allow significant reduction in LED manufacturing cost through improved yields, through puts and material efficiency.

Key Features of the Report

  • Detailed technical analysis of each LED packaging process step
  • LED market metrics (units and value): Forecast 2011 - 2017
  • Packaging equipment market metrics (units and value): Forecast 2011 - 2017
  • Packaging material market metrics (units and value): Forecast 2011 -2017
  • Technology roadmap for adoption of new technologies
  • Supply chain analysis for each LED packaging process step

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Emergence of New Design and Technologies

Depending on the device type, packaging can represent 40% to 60% of LED total cost. As such, packaging represents the single-largest opportunity for cost reduction, which is required in order for the industry to access the “Holy Grail” that is General Lighting. However, if you’re expecting this cost reduction to come from standardization, you can abandon all hope. The creativity of LED engineers and specificities of each application have led to an infinite number of package type and formats: Single or multiple chips, low and middle-power Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier (PLCC), ceramic-based high-power LED, small and large arrays, Chip On Board (COB), etc. This profusion of styles is inhibiting LED manufacturing cost reduction by multiplying the Stock Keeping Unit (SKU), thus preventing standardization of the manufacturing process and the associated economies of scale.

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Some of the companies mentioned in this report include 3M, A-Bright, ACC Silicon, Accretech, ADT Dicing, Advanced Photoelectronic, ALSI, AM Technology, American bright, American Opto Plus, AOT, Apeax, ASM Pacific, Assymtec, Autec, Avago, Axxon, Bergquist, Brightled, Brightview, BYD, Cascade Microtech, Century Epitech, Ceramtec, CETC, Chroma, Citizen, Cofan PCB, Cree, CS Bright, Curamik, Daitron, Datacon, Delphi Laser, Dominant Semiconductor, Doosan, Dow Corning, Dowa, Dupont, Dynatex, Edison Opto, Photon Star, Epistar, Epoxy Technology, epworks, ESEC, ESI, Essemtec, Everlight, EV-Group, Evident Technologies, Formosa Epitaxy, Friatec, GE, Gia Tzoong, Golden Valley, Han’s Laser, Harvatek, Hauman, Heesung, Huixin, Hybond, Hysol (Henkel), Illumitex, Indium Corporation, ITRI, Iwashita Engineering, IPG Microsystems, JT Corp, kCC, kingbright, kLA Tenkor, kyocera, Laurier, Leatec Fine Ceramics, Ledengin, Ledtech, Lextar, LG Innotek, Lighting, Lightscape Materials, Lumex, Lumileds, lumimicro, Luminus Device, Lumitek, Lustrous, Luxpia, Master Bond, Microfab Technology, Mitsubishi Chemical, Mok san electronics, Momentive, Murata, Nanoco, Nanometric, Nanosys, Nationstar, Nexxus Lighting, Nichia, Nihon Garter, Ninex, NN Crystal, Nordson Asymtek, Oasis, Omnivision, Optek, Optest, Opto Systems, Optotech, Palomar Technologies, Panasonic, Perkin Elmer, Phosphortech, Planoptik, Powerlightec, QD Vision, QMC and more. Browse company profiles and SWOT analysis reports @ http://www.rnrcompanyprofiles.com/.

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