The market size of gallium nitride is expected to reach $2.44 billion

The market size of gallium nitride is expected to reach $2.44 billion

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NEW YORK, United States, July 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Due to its hexagonal crystal structure Gallium Nitride (GaN) is a very hard and mechanically stable Wide Bandgap (WBG) semiconductor. The market acceptance of gallium nitride material is due to this reliability, compact size, high efficiency, fast switching speed, low on-resistanceand high thermal conductivity relative to silicon (Si) and silicon carbide semiconductors (SiC). Since the 1990’s, the gallium nitride market has grown significantly, due in large part to technological advances in the industry.

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Fast mobile chargers are a key driver
The incorporation of gallium nitride technology offers mobile devices the possibility of fast charging. BBK Electronics (OPPO Company) announced the full adoption of gallium nitride in September 2020 power ICs to enable the production of ultra-thin 50-watt fast chargers. It is expected that the use of GaN components and integrated control solutions will reduce the charging time of mobile devices. Gallium nitride devices are used to manage ultra-high frequency power solutions, revolutionizing the power industry. Increasing use of gallium nitride semiconductors in radar design is expected to drive the market expansion. In addition, GaN semiconductors are used in the construction of tactical radios for broadband communications in combat aircraft.

Commercial applications fuel market growth
Increasing demand for energy-efficient gallium nitride devices and power semiconductors in wired communications is expected to drive the market expansion. This growth is due to the expansion of the telecommunications domain as various ISPs primarily focus on delivering networks with higher capacity, ubiquitous connectivity and lower latency over optical cables…



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