SEMI® FabFutures - Fabs with upcoming capital expenditures

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SEMI® FabFutures 

A quarterly report covering 2 years of data; quarterly forecast through next year for capacities, geometries, wafer sizes and construction/equipment spending through the next year for over 200 front-end semiconductor fabs that have committed to capital expenditure

Publication Dates: Published Quarterly (Feb, May, Aug, and Nov)
Principle Analysts: Christian Gregor Dieseldorff and Clark Tseng, SEMI
Format: Microsoft® Excel® file (.xls)

Overview

The SEMI FabFutures report contains over 200 records and features company-specific details for over 34 categories, covering two years of data projecting up to 12 months. This database focuses on fabs that have committed to capital expenditure. Similar to the World Fab Watch, the report includes interactive pivot charts and tables enabling you to customize your own view and reports. The report provides high level summaries, charts, and graphs; in-depth analysis of capital expenditure, capacity, technology and products, down to the detail of each fab; and forecast over six quarters. The report includes over 200 records of front-end semiconductor fabs and foundries such as TSMC, UMC, GLOBALFOUNDRIES, SMIC, Samsung, Intel, Toshiba, Micron, SK Hynix, Powerchip, Texas Instruments, Renesas, STMicro, Fujitsu, Nanya, Panasonic, NXP, Winbond, Sharp, NXP, Infineon, Magna Chip, X-Fab Silicon Foundries, and many more.

This report covers only fabs that have construction plans and fabs that have equipping expenditures. Fabs covered in this report are a subset of the fabs listed in the WorldFab Forecast report.

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Product Information

Features

  • Two years of data with past, present, and forecast through next year
  • Complete fab-cycle coverage, fab by fab, from planning, construction, production
  • Details and summary of cost for construction and equipment spending by fab
  • Quarterly Excel fab reports for data analysis and modeling for 200+ fabs

Benefits

  • Access to the leading industry benchmark used by financial communities and experts around the world
  • Rich in content with verified and validated fab information
  • Dynamic range of information and quick-and-easy access to valuable data that empowers your market research
  • Graphical interface gives a strategic view and timeline of spending with key project milestone dates

 

Content (tabs of spreadsheet)

  • Summary
  • Fab timeline
  • Fabs in construction
  • Fabs equipping
  • First silicon
  • Fabs that will begin volume production
  • Company detail
  • Summary graphical analysis
  • Fabs by region
  • 300mm Fabs
  • Fabs by geometry
  • Fabs by product
  • New construction summary
  • Equipment spending summary
  • Definition page

Fields in Company Detail Tab

  • Company
  • Ownership Short Name
  • City/State/Province/Country/Region
  • Probability
  • Status
  • Fab Type
  • Project Type
  • Product Type
  • Technology
  • Wafer Size
  • Geometry
  • Full Capacity
  • Construction Cost
  • Equipment Cost
  • Start Date of Equipment
  • Start Date 1st Silicon
  • Start Date of Production
  • Construction Costs by Quarter
  • Construction Comments
  • Equipment Spending by Quarter
  • Equipment Comments
  • Wafer Capacity by Quarter
  • Geometry by Quarter

 

Purchase SEMI FabFutures

Product #   DescriptionMember*Non-Member 
242
    SEMI® FabFutures - Fabs with Capital Expenditures, Annual Subscription
$3,325
$4,285
   
278
    SEMI® FabFutures - Fabs with Capital Expenditures, Single Edition
$1,750
$2,450
    
*Pricing does not apply to Individual Members.
For product related inquiries or questions regarding Enterprise pricing, please email mktstats@semi.org or call 1.800.746.7788 or 1.408.943.6901

 

Methodology

FabFutures is compiled from publicly available information, including capital spending plans, announced fab plans and ream schedules. SEMI verifies this information by making up to 50 inquiries a week and periodic visits to semiconductor companies.