Advanced logic device expected to drive metal plating market forward
San Diego, CA, September 13, 2022: TECHCET—the electronic materials advisory firm providing business and technology information— forecasts the total 2022 IC electroplating (Metal Chemicals) revenues to grow 8.1% to reach US$1,019 million. “A key growth driver for the electroplating market includes increases in interconnect layers in next generation advanced logic device nodes,” states Karey Holland, Ph.D., TECHCET’s Chief Strategist and Sr. Analyst. This is soon to be followed with buried power rails and backside copper wiring, increased use of advanced packaging for redistribution layers and copper pillar structures, and general overall strong demand for all semiconductor devices requiring copper interconnects.
The recently published Critical Materials Market Report on Metal Chemicals CMR™ highlights advanced Logic devices at < 14 nm as key drivers of growth, and expected show a CAGR of 7.4% through 2026. While chemical vapor deposition (CVD) or atomic layer deposition (ALD) are used to deposit metal interconnects at the lower device levels, the upper layers will continue to be electroplated copper as the bulk interconnect wiring. Thus, overall growth in advanced logic and number of layers continues to push up copper plating revenues for logic devices.
Copper metal electroplating is the largest segment of the IC electroplating segment and will top US$710 million in 2022. The forecasted 2021 to 2026 Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) for this segment is 8.6%.
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