Compound Semiconductor

Compound Semiconductor magazine (alongside is the primary information resource for professionals working with compound semiconductor materials and devices.

Each issue of the magazine is distributed in print and digitally to over 60,000 professionals worldwide.

Compound Semiconductor magazine is also distributed at various global industry events throughout the year.

Our global and qualified audience of buyers is the largest and most diverse served by any compound semiconductor focused magazine.

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Silicon Semiconductor

Silicon Semiconductor magazine provides unique insights into the global design and manufacturing supply chain. As a fundamental enabling technology, semiconductors play essential roles in every aspect of modern electronics including the Internet of Things (IoT) and its manufacturing counterpart, the industrial IoT. Whether transforming a device or system by connecting it to the internet, or by adding high-end sensors (HES) with advanced capabilities, the semiconductor market continues to expand at an accelerated pace that should surpass (USD) $400 billion. Although experts debate the long-term potential of IoT devices to reshape semiconductor manufacturing, most agree that delivering on its market changing potential will depend upon many factors aligning to affect the IoT. To handle billions or trillions of data-transmitting devices, IoT networks need to shift toward unlicensed spectrum. This in turn will necessitate more secure communications protocols and device-level security along with greater integration, lower maintenance, and ultra-low power requirements. Even while tomorrow’s growth hinges on new technologies, previous year's successes led to challenges, such as memory chip shortages that drove prices higher along with demand affecting long-term growth strategies including those of China, where 24 fabs are now under construction. Silicon Semiconductor magazine delivers keen insight into new and evolving technologies. Whether the topic is growth, reversals, or product and process innovation, look to Silicon Semiconductor for greater appreciation of ways that markets and technology interact to shape tomorrow’s futures, and fortunes.

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Digitalisation brings together Angel Business Communications’ established, market-leading brands in the data centre, storage, security and managed services sectors, alongside coverage of newer technologies and business developments, including Big Data and Analytics, IoT and AI, Cloud and Hybrid IT, DevOps and Open Systems. Overall, Digitalisation World offers unrivalled coverage of all the technologies that are the foundation for the digitalisation that is driving business transformation across all industry sectors.

The Digitalisation World covers: Apps + DevOps, Big Data + Analytics, Digital Business, Data Centre Facilities + Colocation, Intelligent automation, IT Management + Service, Networks + Telecoms, Open Source, Security + Compliance, Storage + Servers, Cloud + Managed Services.

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Power Electronics

Power Electronics (PE) refers to devices that convert electrical energy from one form to another. Power electronics is used in various industries such as automotive, power & energy, ICT, consumer electronics, and aerospace & defence; the dominating share occupied by consumer electronics industry.

The technological advancements, increasing number of applications for power electronics and growth in adoption in renewable energy segment are some of the factors driving the growth of the global power electronics market. The adoption of power electronics in the renewable energy sector has been rejuvenating. The increasing demand for higher power density in electronics and high penetration of power electronics devices in utility applications are also major drivers for the global power electronics market.

The applications of power electronic devices are expanding across various sectors, especially in the automobile industry. The evolution of electric vehicles (EVs) and hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) is driving the demand for power electronic devices in the automotive industry. In addition, the increase in infotainment applications in automobiles is driving the demand for power electronic devices with high power density. Power electronics devices are increasingly being used in the defence and aviation sectors. Other sectors where the applications of power electronic devices are increasing, include consumer electronics, healthcare, manufacturing, and telecom and increased penetration of power electronic devices in utility applications.

The global power electronics market is expected to reach USD 39.22 billion by 2025, according to Grand View Research, Inc.The development of power infrastructure, coupled with the increasing demand for battery-powered portable devices, has led to the increased adoption of power electronic devices and products across various industry verticals such as power, automotive, communication, aerospace & defense, consumer electronics, and other sectors.

Today, it is accepted globally that a real breakthrough in the power electronics industry is expected to come from the development and use of WBG semiconductor devices. The two major WBG materials with the potential to allow significant advances in power electronics are silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN). GaN is expected to be the major WBG semiconductor for the replacement of silicon-based applications requiring device ratings less than 600 volts, but its impact is expected to be predominant for radio frequency (RF) and power supply applications.

The power electronics market is facing challenges with the high initial expenditures and deposition of Gallium Nitride (GaN), Gallium Arsenide (GaAs), and Silicon Carbide (SiC) on the silicon materials which is a complex procedure, especially to reach while in high voltage ranges. Expensive & time-consuming processes and complexity issues involved in manufacturing power devices are anticipated.

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PIC International Magazine, website and email newsletter offers advertisers a fantastic route to market to those involved in the entire value chain of the integrated photonics industry.

Photonic integrated circuit market worth $1.55 billion by 2022 According to a new market research report "Photonic Integrated Circuit (IC) & Quantum Computing Market (2012 - 2022)", the total market is expected to reach $1,547.6 million by 2022, at a CAGR of 26.3 percent.

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Transportation as a Service (TaaS) tracking the whole value chain, including research institutions, material/equipment manufacturers, system manufacturers, software providers, car manufacturers, service providers and the wider issues including legislation, insurance, usability and the moral/ethical considerations.

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SENSOR TECHNOLOGY is evolving consistently and is an integral part of all the major industries. Sensor systems and electronic instrumentations are highest growing segments in the semiconductor market. The future of the global sensor market looks bright, with opportunities in the industrial, healthcare, consumer electronics, automotive, and aerospace/defence industries. The rising demand for sensors and key drivers for this robust market growth include technological evolutions, the growing adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT), growing usage of sensors in smartphones, strong demand in the automation industry (Industry 4.0), growth in the automotive industry, increasing demand for wearables, increased use of image sensors in applications like cameras, increased use of fingerprint sensors for various purposes and miniaturization of sensors. Sensor technology is driven by key factors such as low cost, chip level integration, low power and wireless connectivity. Advancement in technology and miniaturization of devices has driven the market growth in recent times. High demand in consumer electronics and automotive industry has positively impacted the market demand owing to numerous applications of sensors in these sectors. In addition to factors such as time to market and price sensitivity posing a challenge, the fluctuating global economic conditions could hinder the sensor market. Sensor Solutions portfolio will cover the evolving landscape with news, views, and features supporting the industry as it develops.