Cracking the potential of the glass wafer market

Glass is everywhere: from MEMS, CMOS image sensors and power to memory, logic IC and microfluidics.        Glass is widely used in everyday life and found in large quantities in many industries, such as flat panel display applications.

Over the last few years, glass has gained considerable interest from the semiconductor industry due to its very attractive electrical, physical and chemical properties, as well as its prospects for a relevant and cost-efficient solution. The application scope of glass substrates in the semiconductor field is broad and highly diversified.

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600450 Cracking the potential of the glass wafer market
Date: 19 April 2013

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