Pune, India, April 2023, MRFR Press Release/- Market Research Future has published a Cooked Research Report on the Global High-Density Interconnect PCB Market.
The High Density Interconnect PCB Market is predicted to reach USD 21,823.6 Million by 2032, registering a 17.3% CAGR during the forecast period, 2023–2032. In this report, Market Research Future (MRFR) includes the segmentation and dynamics of the market to offer a better glimpse of the market in the next few years. High-density interconnect, or HDI, circuit boards are printed circuit boards with a higher wiring density per unit area than traditional printed circuit boards. In general, HDI PCBs are defined as PCBs with one or all of the following: microvias; blind and buried vias; built-up laminations and high signal performance considerations. Printed circuit board technology has been evolving with changing technology that calls for smaller and faster products. HDI boards are more compact and have smaller vias, pads, copper traces and spaces.
One of the fastest-growing technologies in printed circuit board (PCB) design is high-density interconnect (HDI). HDI boards allow for higher circuitry density than traditional circuit boards due to a more concentrated arrangement of smaller components, creating more concise pathways. As per MRFR analysis, the global High Density Interconnect (HDI) PCB market is expected to grow significantly over the forecast period due to several factors. There are several factors contributing to this, including the increasing benefits of high-density interconnect technology, the rising demand for HDI PCBs in complex electronic devices, and the growing demand for circuit miniaturization. Furthermore, technological advancements in HDI PCB, 5G technology as a growth opportunity for PCB designers, and the rising demand for consumer electronics have opened up new opportunities for the High Density Interconnect (HDI) PCB market. Although the market for global High Density Interconnect (HDI) PCB market is expected to grow, the introduction of HDI technology in PCB for space applications, 5G technology-related PCB design challenges, and Challenges faced in any-layer interconnection high-density (ALV HDI) in mass productions might hinder its expansion
5G technology is constantly evolving with new features being added daily. It is therefore important for PCB manufacturers to understand both the raw material requirements and the equipment upgrade requirements. Investing in the R&D of PCB assembly processes to meet 5G requirements can also prove to be a tremendous growth opportunity. Due to its innovative features and robust performance, the 5G network is quickly gaining traction in the consumer sector. With the growing demand for powerful and flexible 5G devices, the PCB industry will expand. PCB assembly providers must, however, support 5G technology by offering tools and processes that are capable of evolving rapidly. In addition to meeting consumer demand and achieving better profits, production facilities that have the tools and processes in place to adapt to technology — instead of lagging behind it — will continue to grow as trends change and coverage expands.
The scope of the global High Density Interconnect PCB market has been segmented based on interconnection layer, application, and region.
The global High Density Interconnect PCB market, in this report, has been segmented on the basis of interconnection layers into as 1 Layer (1+N+1) HDI, 2 or more layers (2+N+2) HDI, and All Layers HDI. During the projected period, the demand for All Layers HDI segment is expected to grow rapidly.
Based on Application, the High Density Interconnect (HDI) PCB market has been segmented into Consumer Electronics, Automotive, Military and Defense, Healthcare, Industrial/ Manufacturing, and Others. During the projected period, the automotive segment is expected to rise rapidly.
Geographically, the global High Density Interconnect PCB market has been segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East & Africa, and South America.
Europe accounted for third-largest revenue share in 2021. European PCB manufacturers have a lean team due to the nature of modern PCB production in Europe, with substantially lower quantities than in China and Taiwan. These organisations, on the other hand, are supported by a network of local company specialists in several European offices, as well as an overseas factory management team, allowing them to provide disproportionate value to all clients wishing to produce in Europe. Firms with a strong factory base in Europe may provide top-quality factories near to their European clients. Market participants fulfil the demand for prototypes and other short-lead-time orders that they are witnessing today and anticipate in the future, ranging from medical and industrial applications to the automobile sector. Moreover, numerous European manufacturing can support high-tech boards with short lead times. Customers are increasingly seeking manufacturing near to their markets, which is linked to sustainability. There are also some consumers in Europe seeking for mid- to high-volumes to avoid reliance on global supply lines that proven vulnerable during the epidemic. Some military clients prefer to place purchases in Europe as well.
Some of the key players in the global market are Unimicron, Epec, LLC, TTM Technologies Inc., RayMing Technology, HiTech Circuits, NCAB Group Corporation, Millennium Circuits Limited, Tripod Technology, Zhen Ding Tech. Group Technology Holding Limited, AKM Meadville, Meiko Electronics Co., Ltd., Sierra Circuits Inc., Compeq Manufacturing Co., Ltd, AT & S (Austria Technologie & Systemtechnik Aktiengesellschaft), Advanced Circuits, and DAP Coroporation.