Economics and Cost Modeling

US$5,000.00
Date of Publication: Nov 24, 2017

The IC Knowledge - Strategic Cost Model takes the top three companies in each of four segments and provides a detailed look at all of their current and past processes on 300mm and forward forecasts out to the next decade. Specifically the model covers: DRAM - Samsung, Micron and SK Hynix, Foundry - TSMC, Global Foundries, Samsung, IDM Logic - Intel MPU and ST Micro, NAND - Samsung, Toshiba, and Intel-Micron and 2D and 3D NAND, 3D XPoint for Intel-Micron


US$1,900.00
Date of Publication: Nov 24, 2017
The IC Knowledge - MEMS Cost Model is the industry standard for cost modeling of MEMS products. Very easy to use tech model allows for up to two MEMS and up to two integrated circuit die in the same package providing a full MEMS product solution. The model then presents a detailed analysis of cost. The model supports both pre-defined and user defined products, processes and process steps. Cost includes wafer fabrication, wafer test, packaging and final test..

US$2,750.00
Date of Publication: Apr 19, 2016
This new report addresses the global cost of goods sold and industry wide operating profit for the worldwide capacitor industry by type, including ceramic, aluminum, tantalum and plastic film. The study addresses fixed and variable costs associated with the production of capacitors, with emphasis upon variable raw material costs, variable labor charges, variable overhead and manufacturing costs and the trend that is occurring with respect to both the cost of goods sold and the overall operating profit for capacitors over time.

US$25,000.00
Date of Publication: May 7, 2014
This report provides a detailed analysis of the fab and manufacturing implications of 3D floating gate and charge trap NAND concepts from Samsung, Toshiba, SK Hynix and Intel-Micron versus 16nm 2D NAND.  The analysis is based on a bottoms-up process flow analysis for each 3D NAND technology and 16nm 2D NAND.  

US$3,995.00
Date of Publication: Jun 19, 2013
The global PV industry's recent past has seen wafer, cell, and module suppliers at the mercy of an inhospitable supply-demand imbalance throughout the global market. With supply consistently 200% of demand annually, c-Si module prices have fallen approximately 70% in two years. One positive externality of this cutthroat pricing is that manufacturing costs have fallen in line with pricing declines. This is mostly because pricing for key inputs further up the value chain has also fallen as a result of overcapacity and consequent margin evaporation.