Worldwide Optical Transmission TEM, and Scanning SEM Electron Microscope Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, 2009 to 2015

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Worldwide Optical Transmission TEM, and Scanning SEM Electron Microscope Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, 2009 to 2015
Breakthrough technology in microscopy brings advancements that provide customers with the power to discover things they have never seen before, and to solve problems never before solvable.

Microscope markets are segmented as optical microscopes, electron microscopes, scanning probe microscopes, and focused ion beam microscopy. Optical microscopes are light microscopes. The optical microscope is limited in the minimum size and nature of the features it can resolve by manufacturability constraints and the physics of light. While optical microscopes once accounted for the bulk of all microscopes sold in the world, today their percentage of total revenue is shrinking.

New microscopy technologies have been developed to overcome the limitations of light microscopes. Electron, scanning probe, and focused ion beam microscopy are essential aspects of different approaches to visualization at the nanoparticle level. The field of microscopy continues to evolve rapidly, as new requirements and imaging technologies are developed.

Technology integration, marking the convergence of information technology and digital imaging, is expected to change standard laboratories into advanced research centers. Current innovations in the microscopy industry are towards development of microscopes with higher precision and resolution.

Developments in image restoration, reconstruction, and other related fields will continue to influence the industry. Innovations in electronics, engineering and industrial materials permit the industry to effectively overcome conventional barriers, allowing new systems to evolve based on new technologies.

Custom-assembled systems are based on modular approaches to product delivery. Platforms are implemented as frameworks that accept any of a variety of modules. In this manner customization is supported in the microscope industry. These custom-assembled systems enable end users incorporate existing workflow.

The microscope markets are driven by the need for research facilities to attract the most qualified researchers. The best researchers are attracted to good equipment. They will move to where the best equipment is. For enterprises and universities to land and hang on to leading researchers, they have to upgrade their equipment or those people are gone in a year.

The research and industrial use of imaging has shifted rapidly with the increasing significance of nanotechnology. To look at particles on the nano-scale requires increased sophistication and use of more expensive imaging equipment. This means that fewer organizations can afford the imaging equipment needed to stay competitive and that those organizations that can afford the very expensive imaging equipment will tend to be quite large.

Nanotechnology funding at $8.5 billion in 2008 is anticipated to increase rapidly as countries respond ot the economic meltdown. Every dollar invested in nanotechnology research turns $5 in tax dollars within a year and continues to provide that level of taxes for the next 20 to 50 years. This is a very good investment.

Countries are learning that they need to compete at a level of industrial development in the new global economy. The financial meltdown represents at its core the disintegration of national boundaries in the traditional sense. In its place are global enterprises based in a particular country, providing tax dollars to that base nation.

In this global economy, innovation is central. Innovation is based on software systems that improve productivity. Software is used to manage information and make it more accessible. Innovation improves enterprise and business decision making. Nanotechnology and electron microscopes are a central aspect of this global initiative.

FEI has had momentum in the microscope research markets unmatched by any competitor. The wins in the research market are significant because the nanotechnology techniques being developed there will work for another generation, driving markets in every segment as the research in nanotechnology being conducted now provides technology that will flow out into industry and government at a rapid pace.

FEI Company (Nasdaq:FEIC) high-resolution imaging and analysis system Titan(3(TM)) 80-300 scanning/transmission electron microscope (S/TEM) competitive win in the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) and King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) of Saudi Arabia bring enormous opportunity to the company.

Nanoparticles are so tiny that good technology is a basic part of the industry. The best researchers prefer the FEI technology, giving the company significant competitive advantage.

IBM has extended 3D MRI to the Nanoscale. IBM Research (NYSE: IBM) scientists, in collaboration with the Center for Probing the Nanoscale at Stanford University, have demonstrated magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with volume resolution 100 million times finer than conventional MRI.

Microscope market forecasts indicate that markets at $3.5 billion in 2008 are anticipated to reach $7.7 billion by 2015. Growth is stimulated by worldwide government investment in innovation in response to the meltdown of financial markets.
MICROSCOPE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Microscope Market Driving Forces
Microscope Market Shares
  Carl Zeiss
Microscope Market Forecasts
Research And Industrial Use Of Imaging
  Japan's Leading National Institute Orders Powerful
  Microscope from FEI
Every Major Developed Country Needs To Invest
Nanotechnology Microscopes
  King Abdullah University of Science and Technology and
  FEI Team for Nanoscience Facility
  Japan's Leading National Institute Orders Powerful
  Microscope from FEI
  FEI's Titan Krios TEM Selected by Leading Life Science
  Research Centers in Asia
  IBM Microscope 100 Million Times Finer
  Resolution Than Current MRI

1. MICROSCOPES MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS

1.1 Electron Microscope
  1.1.1 Electron Microscope Economic Driving Forces
  1.1.2 Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM)
  1.1.3 TEM Uses Magnetic Lenses Guide the Electrons
  1.1.4 Scanning Electron Microscope
  1.1.5 TEM and SEM used for Nanotechnology
  1.1.6 Nanotechnology: Using a Bottom-Up Approach Larger Structures Are Built Or Grown Atom By Atom Or Molecule By Molecule
1.2 Atomic Force Microscopy
  1.2.1 AFM
  1.2.2 Force Spectroscopy
1.3 Emerging Topics In Microscopy And Microanalysis
  1.3.1 Intravital Two-Photon Microscopy
  1.3.2 Understanding Of Interactions Between Organic And Mineral Interfaces
  1.3.3 Routine Application Of Imaging, Spectroscopy And Diffraction Techniques For The Analysis Of Individual Nanostructured Materials
  1.3.4 Irradiation By Energetic Electrons
  1.3.5 Focused Ion Beam (FIB) Science And Technology
  1.3.6 Semiconductor Quantum Dots (QDs)
  1.3.7 Advances of Electron Backscatter Diffraction
  1.3.8 Development Of Nano-Materials
  1.3.9 Approaches To Achieve Sub-Light Wavelength Resolution
  1.3.10 Advanced Coating Stability
  1.3.11 Quantitative Atom-Probe Tomography (APT)
  1.3.12 Electron Microscopy Structural Issues
1.4 Microscope Frames And Accessory Modules
  1.4.1 Fluorescent Or Phase Microscope Modules
  1.4.2 Modern Materials, Lubricants And Machine Tools
1.5 Microscope Market Segments
  1.5.1 Bio-Med Microscope Market
  1.5.2 Clinical Microscope Market
  1.5.3 Industrial Microscope Market
  1.5.4 Electronics Market Microscopes
  1.5.5 Metalurgical Microscopes
1.6 Stereomicroscopy Need To Measure On-Axis
  1.6.1 Stereo Microscopes
1.7 Compound Microscopes
1.8 Microscopy Illumination Methods
1.9 Microscopy Imaging Techniques
1.10 Nanotechnology Paves The Way For A Revolution In Materials

2. MICROSCOPE MARKET SHARES AND MARKET FORECASTS

2.1 Microscope Market Driving Forces
2.2 Microscope Market Shares
  2.2.1 Carl Zeiss
2.3 Microscope Market Forecasts
2.4 Optical Microscope and Electron Microscope Market Segments
2.5 Electron Microscope Transmission (TEM) and Scanning (SEM) Markets
  2.5.1 Electron Microscope Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) and Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) Market Shares
  2.5.2 Electron Microscope Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) and Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) Market Forecasts
  2.5.3 Hitachi S-5500 In-lens FE-SEM
  2.5.4 FEI
  2.5.5 Japan's Leading National Institute Orders Powerful Microscope from FEI
  2.5.6 King Abdullah University of Science and Technology and FEI Company Team to Create Major Nanoscience Facility
  2.5.7 Jeol Scanning Electron Microscopes
  2.5.8 JEOL
  2.5.9 JEOL Electron Optics
  2.5.10 JEOL Analytical Electron Microscope Instruments
  2.5.11 Carl Zeiss ORION™ Helium Ion Microscope
2.6 TEM and SEM Research Electron Microscope Market Forecasts
  2.6.1 Electron Microscopes Are Helping Materials Scientists
  2.6.2 Electron Microscope TEM and SEM Research Markets
  2.6.3 Electron Microscope TEM and SEM Life Sciences Market Shares
  2.6.4 Electron Microscope TEM and SEM Life Sciences Market Forecasts
  2.6.5 Nanoparticles for Drug Delivery
  2.6.6 Electronics Electron Microscope TEM and SEM Market Shares
  2.6.7 Electron Microscope TEM and SEM Electronics Market Forecasts
  2.6.8 Electron Microscope SEM and TEM Industry Market Shares
  2.6.9 Electron Microscope SEM and TEM Industry Market Forecasts
2.7 Optical Microscopes Market Shares
  2.7.1 Olympus Group
  2.7.2 Nikon Sales Strength
  2.7.3 Nikon Biological Microscopes Coolscope II
  2.7.4 Nikon Inverted Microscopes (For Research) Eclipse Ti-E
  2.7.5 Danaher / Leica Microsystems
  2.7.6 Leica M80 Stereomicroscope
  2.7.7 Carl Zeiss
2.8 Optical Microscopes Market Forecasts
  2.8.1 Worldwide Optical Research Microscope Shipments, Market Shares
  2.8.2 Olympus SZX Research Stereomicroscope System
  2.8.3 Worldwide Optical Research Microscope Shipments, Market Forecasts
  2.8.4 Worldwide Bio-Med And Life Science Optical Microscope Market Shares
  2.8.5 Worldwide Bio-Med And Life Science Optical Microscope Market Forecasts
  2.8.1 Worldwide Optical Clinical and Surgical Microscope Market Shares
  2.8.1 Worldwide Optical Clinical and Surgical Microscope Market Forecasts
  2.8.1 Worldwide Optical Industrial and Semiconductor Microscope Market Shares
  2.8.1 Nikon Advanced Integration With Peripherals Via Intelligent Software
  2.8.2 Nikon Motorized Laser TIRF Illumination Unit
  2.8.3 Nikon ECLIPSE L300D Episcopic Illumination Type
  2.8.4 Worldwide Optical Industrial and Semiconductor Microscope Market Forecasts
  2.8.5 Carl Zeiss
  2.8.6 Olympus Materials Research Imaging Solutions
2.9 Customized Focused Ion And Electron Beam Columns Microscopes
  2.9.1 Orsay Physics
  2.10 Lensless Microscope Technology Electron Microscopy And Optical Microscopy Markets
  2.10.1 Phase Focus
2.11 Microscope Market Regional Segments
  2.11.1 Carl Zeiss Revenue By Region
  2.11.2 Carl Zeiss Regional Revenue Segments
  2.11.3 FEI Revenue by Region
  2.11.4 Agilent Revenue by Region

3. MICROSCOPE PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

3.1 Olympus
  3.1.1 Olympus SZX Research Stereomicroscope System
  3.1.2 Olympus Integration of Apochromatic System
  3.1.3 Olympus Vertical Observation
  3.1.4 Olympus Multiphoton Microscope
  3.1.5 Olympus Confocal Microscope
  3.1.6 Olympus Confocal Microscope Laser Monitoring Function
  3.1.7 Olympus Photo Stimulation
  3.1.8 Olympus Unmixing
  3.1.9 Olympus Colocalization
  3.1.10 Olympus Industrial Micro-Imaging Segments
  3.1.11 Olympus Materials Research Imaging Solutions
  3.1.12 Olympus Ceramics
  3.1.13 Olympus Plastics Microscopes
  3.1.14 Olympus Materials Forming
  3.1.15 Olympus Semiconductor Imaging Solutions
  3.1.16 Olympus - Bacus Laboratories - Virtual Microscopy
3.2 Nikon
  3.2.1 Nikon ECLIPSE L300D Episcopic
  3.2.2 Nikon CFI60
  3.2.3 Nikon Biological Microscopes COOLSCOPE II
  3.2.4 Nikon Low Magnification Model
  3.2.5 Nikon ECLIPSE E200POL
  3.2.6 Nikon Inverted Microscopes (For Research) Eclipse Ti-E
  3.2.7 Nikon High-Speed Motorized Control And Acquisition
  3.2.8 Nikon Advanced Integration With Peripherals Via Intelligent Software
  3.2.9 Nikon Motorized Laser TIRF Illumination Unit
  3.2.10 Nikon Photo Activation Illumination Unit
  3.2.11 Nikon Multiport Design With A Maximum Of Five Imaging Ports
  3.2.12 Nikon Industrial Microscopes
  3.2.13 Nikon ECLIPSE L300D Episcopic Illumination Type
  3.2.14 Nikon Stereoscopic Microscopes
  3.2.15 Nikon Semiconductor Inspection Equipment
  3.2.16 Nikon Inspection Equipment
3.3 Carl Zeiss
  3.3.1 Carl Zeiss Axio
  3.3.2 Zeiss Stereo Microscopes
  3.3.3 Zeiss SteREO Discovery.V20
  3.3.4 Zeiss SteREO Discovery Final Assembly Of The Stereomicroscope
  3.3.5 Zeiss SteREO Discovery
  3.3.6 Zeiss AxioVision Microscope Software
  3.3.7 Carl Zeiss SteREO Discovery.V20 Provides Depth Perception
  3.3.8 Carl Zeiss SteREO Discovery.V12
  3.3.9 Zeiss Confocal Microscopes
  3.3.10 Zeiss Confocal Systems Axio CSM 700
  3.3.11 Carl Zeiss Axio CSM 700 Reliably Assesses Surface Quality
  3.3.12 Carl Zeiss Topography for LSM
  3.3.13 Carl Zeiss ORION™ Helium Ion Microscope
3.4 Leica
  3.4.1 Leica M80 Stereomicroscope
  3.4.2 Leica M400 E Surgical Microscope
  3.4.3 Detailed Description
  3.4.4 Leica M80
  3.4.5 Leica TCS SP5 X Supercontinuum Confocal Microscope
3.5 Unitron
3.6 Meiji Techno
3.7 Motic
3.8 American Optical
3.9 Lumenera
3.10 Diagnostic Instruments
3.11 Meiji Techno Microscopes
  3.11.1 Meiji MT4000 Series Laboratory and Student Compound Microscopes in Transmitted Light Brightfield and Phase Contrast.
  3.11.2 Meiji MT4200 Binocular & MT4300 Trinocular
  3.11.3 Meiji MT5000 Series Laboratory Compound Microscopes in Transmitted Light Brightfield and Phase Contrast
  3.11.4 Meiji IM7000 Series and Meiji MT9000 Series
  3.11.5 Meiji RZ Research Zoom Stereomicroscope:
  3.11.6 Meiji EMZ Zoom Stereomicroscopes:
3.12 FEI Electron Microscopes SEM and TEM
  3.12.1 FEI Phenom Applications
  3.12.2 Metallurgical Applications Using The FEI Phenom
  3.12.3 Forensic Applications of FEI Scanning Electron Microscopy
  3.12.4 FEI Micron Scale Insect Anatomy
  3.12.5 FEI Phenom Use for Pharmaceutical Particle Inspection
  3.12.6 FEI Topography Imaging With Phenom
  3.12.7 FEI Product Offerings
  3.12.8 FEI SEM Transition in Imaging
  3.12.9 FEI TEM Product Positioning
3.13 Hitachi
  3.13.1 Hitachi S-5500 In-lens FE-SEM
3.14 Jeol Scanning Electron Microscopes
  3.14.1 Jeol JXA-8500F Electron Probe Microanalyzer (EPMA)
  3.14.2 JEOL Electron Microscope Semiconductor Equipment
3.15 Alicona Imaging
  3.15.1 Alicona Imaging InfiniteFocus
  3.15.2 Alicona Imaging InfiniteFocusRobot
  3.15.3 Alicona Imaging InfiniteFocus Real 3D
  3.15.4 Alicona Imaging InfiniteFocus Inline
  3.15.5 Alicona Imaging EdgeMaster
  3.15.6 Alicona Imaging MeX
3.16 Anderson Materials Evaluation EDS, XRF, and FTIR
  3.16.1 Anderson Materials XPS Surface Analysis Technique
  3.16.2 Anderson Materials XPS System Capabilities
  3.16.3 Anderson Materials XPS Applications
  3.16.4 Anderson Materials ESCA Surface Analysis Applications
  3.16.5 Anderson Materials X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy
3.17 Westover Scientific Telecommunications Fiber Optic Network Probe
3.18 AIST-NT Co
  3.18.1 AIST-NT Co Products
3.19 Angstrom - Advanced
3.20 Angstrom Advanced
3.21 Agilent Technologies Atomic Force Microscopes
  3.21.1 Agilent Technologies In Particle Analysis
  3.21.2 Agilent Particle Analysis Target Markets
  3.21.3 Agilent Inks And Pigments
  3.21.4 Agilent Specialty Chemicals
3.22 Veeco
3.23 Asylum Research
  3.23.1 Asylum Cypher AFM Features
  3.23.2 Asylum Nanoindenting
  3.23.3 Asylum Research Atomic Force Microscope (AFM)
  3.23.4 Asylum Research Atomic Force Microscope Technical Innovations
3.24 JPK Instruments
3.25 Nanosurf FlexAFM easyScan 2
3.26 Bruker AXS
3.27 Nanonics
  3.27.1 Nanonics Confocal Microscope
  3.27.2 Nanonics Confocal Microscope
  3.27.3 Nanonics Dual Microscope
  3.27.4 Nanonics Dual Microscope Combined Upright and Inverted Systems
  3.27.5 Nanonics SPM & NSOM Systems
  3.27.6 Nanonics Transparent Correlation of Raman and SPM Imaging.
  3.27.7 Nanonics Parallel Imaging
  3.27.8 Nanonics Raman Mapping with Z-Control
  3.27.9 Nanonics Examples of the Power of Integrated Raman/AFM
  3.27.10 Nanoindentation Correlated with Material Properties
  3.27.11 Local Stress of MEMs Devices
  3.27.12 Intermittent Contact Mode in Liquids
3.28 Nanotec Electrónica
  3.28.1 Nanotec Products
3.29 Cervantes AFM System
3.30 Dulcinea Control System
3.31 Omicron Multiprobe MBE and S System For Thin Film Deposition Analysis
  3.31.1 Omicron Multiprobe MXPS Thin Film Studies With Pulsed Laser Deposition (PLD) System
  3.31.2 Omicron Multiscan LAB:
  3.31.3 Omicron Customized Solution for 2.5 – 350 K STM Operation in 3D Magnetic Fields
3.32 Veeco
  3.32.1 Veeco BioScope II Atomic Force Microscope – Combining atomic force And Optical Microscopy
  3.32.2 Veeco BioScope SZ Atomic Force Microscope Designed For Life Sciences Research
  3.32.3 Veeco Caliber Atomic Force Microscope AFM with Research-Quality Results
  3.32.4 Veeco Dimension 3100 Scanning Probe Microscope – Superior research versatility
  3.32.5 Veeco Dimension 5000 Scanning Probe Microscope Large-Sample Metrology And Imaging
  3.32.6 Veeco Dimension V Scanning Probe Microscope – Superior High-Resolution Research Performance And Versatility
  3.32.7 Veeco Electrochemical SPM Real-Time Electrochemical Processes In-Situ
  3.32.8 Veeco EnviroScope Atomic Force Microscope – Combined AFM Imaging With Sample Environmental Control
  3.32.9 Veeco Innova Scanning Probe Microscope Low Noise, High Resolution AFM
  3.32.10 Veeco MultiMode V Scanning Probe Microscope High Resolution SPM
  3.32.11 NanoMan VS Scanning Probe Microscope Enabling Advanced Nanoscale Surface Manipulation
  3.32.12 Veeco Scanning Probe Microscope Force Spectroscopy Research
3.33 Agilent
3.34 Orsay Physics S.A.
  3.34.1 Orsay Physics S.A. COBRA-FIB Column
3.35 Seiko
  3.35.1 Seiko SUPRA 55VP Versatile High Performance VP SEM
  3.35.2 Carl Zeiss NVision 40 FIB-SEM
  3.35.3 Carl Zeiss NVision DES100 1540XB CrossBeam/

4. MICROSCOPE TECHNOLOGY

4.1 IBM Microscope 100 Million Times Finer Resolution Than Current MRI
  4.1.1 IBM Research
4.2 Technological Trends in the Microscopy Business
4.3 Industry Overview
  4.3.1 Key Trends in the Laboratory Equipment Market
  4.3.2 Semiconductor Industry
4.4 Surface Science Technologies
  4.4.1 Surface Analyzers

5. MICROSCOPE COMPANY PROFILES

5.1 Alicona Imaging

5.2 Aligent
  5.2.1 Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) High-Precision Atomic Force Microscopes (AFM)
  5.2.2 Agilent Technologies Atomic Force Microscopes
  5.2.3 Agilent Buys Nano Instruments
  5.2.4 Agilent Technologies Atomic Force Microscopes Consumables
  5.2.5 Agilent Gold Mica Substrates
  5.2.6 Agilent Hydrogen Flame Annealing
  5.2.7 Agilent Net Revenue Fiscal Year 2008
  5.2.8 Agilent Electronic and Communications Measurement
  5.2.9 Agilent Bio-Analytical Measurement
  5.2.10 Agilent Laboratories
  5.2.11 Agilent Technologies Fourth Quarter 2008 Revenue
  5.2.12 Agilent Electronic Measurement
  5.2.13 Agilent Technologies Revenue
5.3 Angstrom Advanced
5.4 Asylum Research
5.5 Bausch and Lomb
5.6 Bruker
  5.6.1 Bruker Acquires S.I.S. Surface Imaging System In the AFM Market
5.7 Carl Zeiss
  5.7.1 Carl Zeiss Regional Revenue Segments
  5.7.2 Carl Zeiss Foundation Organizational Structure
  5.7.3 Carl Zeiss Reorganization of Business Units
  5.7.4 Carl Zeiss AxioVision Physiology Microscope System
  5.7.5 Carl Zeiss Meditec
  5.7.6 Carl Zeiss Revenue By Strategic Business Segment
  5.7.7 Carl Zeiss Revenue By Region
  5.7.8 Zeiss Outlook
  5.7.9 Zeiss Clinical Diagnostics ACIS III System Developed by Clarient
5.8 Danaher Corporation
  5.8.1 Danaher Revenue For Fourth Quarter And Full Year 2008
  5.8.2 Danaher Operating Segments
  5.8.3 Danaher Third Quarter Revenue
  5.8.4 Danaher / Leica Brand
  5.8.5 Danaher / Leica Microsystems
  5.8.6 Leica Microsystems’ Life Science Division
  5.8.7 Leica Professional Instrumentation
  5.8.8 Leica Industrial Technologies
  5.8.9 Danaher Tools & Components
  5.8.10 Leica Microsystems Acquires Surgipath Medical Industries, Inc.
  5.8.11 Leica Microsystems’ Life Science Division
  5.8.12 Danaher Leica Microsystems’ Industry Division
  5.8.13 Danaher Leica Microsystems’ Biosystems Division
  5.8.14 Danaher Leica Microsystems’ Surgical Division
  5.8.15 Danaher / Leica MM AF Imaging Systems and MetaMorph Software
5.9 FEI
  5.9.1 FEI Acquires Intellection Holdings
  5.9.2 FEI Suppliers
  5.9.3 FEI Technologies And Applications
  5.9.4 FEI Worldwide Presence
  5.9.5 Japan's Leading National Institute Orders Powerful Microscope from FEI
  5.9.6 FEI's Titan Krios TEM Selected by Leading Life Science Research Centers in Asia
  5.9.7 King Abdullah University of Science and Technology and FEI Company Team to Create Major Nanoscience Facility
  5.9.8 FEI Revenue
  5.9.9 FEI Strategic Positioning
  5.9.10 FEI Life Sciences Instrument Positioning
  5.9.11 FEI Three major markets – Research & Industry, Electronics and Life Sciences Segment Information
  5.9.12 FEI Electronics Segments
  5.9.13 FEI Research and Industry
  5.9.14 FEI Life Sciences
  5.9.15 FEI Service and Components
  5.9.16 FEI Electronics Market
  5.9.17 FEI Research And Industry Market
  5.9.18 FEI Life Sciences
  5.9.19 FEI Order Cancellations
  5.9.20 FEI Sales by Geographic Region
  5.9.21 FEI North America
  5.9.22 FEI Europe
  5.9.23 FEI Asia-Pacific Region
  5.9.24 FEI SEM Phenom Scope
  5.9.25 FEI Fits in the Semiconductor Microscope Equipment Supply Chain
  5.9.26 FEI Leader in Tools for Nanotechnology
  5.9.27 FEI Titan Electron Microscope (TEM) Designed By Philips Design
5.10 Hitachi
5.11 Jeol
  5.11.1 Jeol Electron Optics
  5.11.2 Jeol Analytical Instruments
  5.11.3 Jeol Semiconductor Equipment
  5.11.4 Jeol Thin Film Coating Systems
  5.11.5 Jeol Medical Equipment
5.12 JPK Instruments
  5.12.1 JPK Instruments Business units
  5.12.2 Molecular Analytics Division
5.13 Kaust
5.14 Labomed
5.15 Motic
  5.15.1 Motic Contract With Carl Zeiss
5.16 Nanotec Electronica / Nanonics
5.17 Nanosurf
  5.17.1 Nanosurf Integrated Microscopy
  5.17.2 Nanosurf Technology
5.18 NIKON
  5.18.1 Nikon Revenue
  5.18.2 Nikon Instruments Business
  5.18.3 Nikon Geographical Segments
  5.18.4 Nikon Instrument Product Line
  5.18.5 Nikon Stereoscopic Microscopes
  5.18.6 Nikon Cameras for Microscopy
  5.18.7 Nikon Bioscience Field Market Environment and Business Trends
  5.18.8 Nikon Business Strategy
  5.18.9 Nikon Instruments and Biosciences Business
5.19 Olympus
  5.19.1 Olympus Microscopes For Industrial Applications
  5.19.2 Olympus Micro-Imaging
  5.19.3 Olympus Centre Strengthens R&D In Lab Equipment
5.20 Omicron
  5.20.1 Omicron High-Performance STM Operation
  5.20.2 Omicron Customized Solution
5.21 Orsay Physics S.A.
5.22 Phase Focus
  5.22.1 Phase Focus 'Lenless' Optical Microscope
  5.22.2 Phase Focus / Fusion IP £250k Funding
5.23 Raith
  5.23.1 Raith Secure Customers Investments
5.24 Seiko Instruments Inc. (SII)
  5.24.1 Seiko Holdings
  5.24.2 Seiko Watch Corporation
  5.24.3 Seiko Clock
  5.24.4 Seiko Precision
  5.24.5 Seiko Instruments (SII)
  5.24.6 Seiko Epson
5.25 Thermo Fisher Scientific
5.26 Veecro
  5.26.1 Veeco Third Quarter and Nine Month 2008 Revenue
5.27 Westover Scientific
5.28 Selected Microscopy Vendors
  5.28.1 Atomic Force Microscope Manufacturers
  5.28.2 Grandeye
  5.28.3 BioTek
  5.28.4 Avo Photonics

LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES

Table ES-1
Microscope Market Driving Forces
Table ES-1 (Continued)
Microscope Market Driving Forces
Table ES-2
Technology Impact on Microscope Market Driving Forces
Table ES-3
Worldwide Microscope
Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Figure ES-4
Worldwide Optical and Electron Microscope Market
Forecasts, Dollars, 2009-2015
Figure ES-5
FEI From Wafer to Atomic Resolution
Figure ES-6
FEI Industry Transition in Imaging

Figure 1-1
Platinum Electrode Measuring One Hundredth
Of A Nanometer Deposited On Pyramid Shaped
AFM Tip Via Focused Ion Beam (Fib) Deposition
Table 1-2
Emerging Topics In Microscopy And Microanalysis
Table 1-3
Commercial Microscope Modules
Table 1-4
Microscope Market Segments
Table 1-5
Stereo Microscope Features
Table 1-5 (Continued)
Stereo Microscope Features

Table 2-1
Microscope Market Driving Forces
Table 2-1 (Continued)
Microscope Market Driving Forces
Table 2-2
Technology Impact on Microscope Market Driving Forces
Table 2-3
Worldwide Microscope
Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Table 2-4
Worldwide Microscope
Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Figure 2-5
Worldwide Optical and Electron Microscope
Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2009-2015
Table 2-6
Worldwide Total Optical and Electron Microscope
Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2009-2015
Figure 2-7
Worldwide Optical and Electron Microscope
Market Segments, 2008
Figure 2-8
Worldwide Optical and Electron Microscope Market Segments, 2015
Table 2-9
Worldwide Optical and Electron Microscope
Market Segments, Dollars, 2009-2015
Figure 2-10
FEI Magellan Nanoscale Characterization
Down To The Level of Atoms
Figure 2-11
Improvements in Visualization from SEM to TEM
Figure 2-12
FEI Titan Nanoscale Visualization Down To The Level Of Atoms
Table 2-13
Comparison of AFM, TEM, SEM, and Optical
Microscopy Techniques
Table 2-14
Worldwide TEM and SEM Electron Microscope Shipments
Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Table 2-15
Worldwide TEM and SEM Electron Microscope Shipments
Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Table 2-16
Worldwide Electron Microscope
Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2009-2015
Table 2-17
Worldwide Electron Microscope
Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2009-2015
Figure 2-18
Worldwide TEM and SEM Electron Microscope
Shipments, Research, Bio-Med and Life Sciences,
Clinical and Surgical, Industrial, Mining and Materials,
Electronics and Semiconductor, and Ion Beam
Market Forecasts, Units and Dollars, 2009-2015
Figure 2-19
Worldwide Research TEM and SEM Electron Microscope
Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Table 2-20
Worldwide Research TEM and SEM Electron Microscope
Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Table 2-21
JEOL Electron Microscope Products
Table 2-22
JEOL Analytical Instrument Products
Figure 2-23
Carl Zeiss ORION™ Helium Ion Microscope
Figure 2-24
Worldwide Research TEM and SEM
Electron Microscope Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2009-2015
Figure 2-25
Nanotechnology Funding of National Programs
Table 2-26
FEI Electron Microscope Research Positioning
Table 2-27
Worldwide Research TEM and SEM Electron
Microscope Shipments Market Forecasts,
Units and Dollars, 2009-2015
Table 2-28
Electron Microscope TEM and SEM Research
Segment Growth Drivers
Table 2-29
Worldwide Bio-Med and Life Science Shipments
TEM and SEM Electron Microscope Market Shares,
Dollars, 2008
Table 2-30
Worldwide Bio-Med and Life Science Shipments
TEM and SEM Electron Microscope Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Figure 2-31
Worldwide Bio-Med and Life Science TEM and SEM
Electron Microscope Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2009-2015
Figure 2-32
Worldwide Bio-Med and Life Science TEM and SEM
Electron Microscope Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2009-2015
Table 2-33
TEM and SEM Life Sciences Market Growth Factors
Table 2-33 (Continued)
TEM and SEM Life Sciences Market Growth Factors
Figure 2-34
Life Sciences Market Growth
Table 2-35
FEI Solutions For Structural Biology
Table 2-36
University and Government Lab Life Science Applications
Figure 2-37
Nanoparticles for Drug Delivery
Table 2-38
Nanotechnology Life Sciences Market Growth Factors
Table 2-39
Worldwide Electronics and Semiconductor TEM and SEM
Electron Microscope Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Table 2-40
Worldwide Electronics and Semiconductor TEM and SEM
Electron Microscope Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Figure 2-41
Worldwide Electronics TEM and SEM
Electron Microscope Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2009-2015
Table 2-42
Worldwide Electronics and Semiconductor TEM and
SEM Electron Microscope Shipments
Market Forecasts, Units and Dollars, 2009-2015
Table 2-43
Electron Microscope Semiconductor Equipment Products
Table 2-44
Electron Microscope TEM and SEM Electronics
Market Growth Drivers
Table 2-45
Electron Microscope TEM and SEM Electronics Market Tactics:
Table 2-46
Worldwide Industrial Mining and Materials TEM and SEM
Electron Microscope Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Table 2-47
Worldwide Industrial Mining and Materials TEM and SEM
Electron Microscope Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Table 2-48
Worldwide Industrial, Mining and Materials TEM and
SEM Electron Microscope Shipments
Market Forecasts, Units and Dollars, 2009-2015
Table 2-49
Worldwide Industrial, Mining and Materials TEM and
SEM Electron Microscope Shipments
Market Forecasts, Units and Dollars, 2009-2015
Table 2-50
Thin Film Coating System Products
Table 2-51
Worldwide Optical Microscopes Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Table 2-52
Worldwide Optical Microscope Shipments
Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Figure 2-53
Worldwide Optical Microscope Market Forecasts,
Dollars, 2009-2015
Figure 2-54
Worldwide Optical Microscope Market Forecasts,
Dollars, 2009-2015
Figure 2-55
Worldwide Optical Microscope Shipments, Research,
Bio-Med and Life Sciences, Clinical and Surgical,
Industrial and Semiconductor, Market Forecasts,
Units and Dollars, 2009-2015
Figure 2-56
Worldwide Optical Research Microscope Shipments,
Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Figure 2-57
Worldwide Optical Research Microscope Shipments,
Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Figure 2-57
Worldwide Optical Research Microscope Market
Forecasts, Dollars, 2009-2015
Figure 2-58
Worldwide Bio-Med and Life Science Optical
Microscope Shipments, Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Figure 2-59
Worldwide Bio-Med and Life Science Optical
Microscope Shipments, Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Figure 2-60
Worldwide Bio-Med And Life Science Optical Microscope
Forecasts, Dollars, 2009-2015
Figure 2-61
Worldwide Optical Clinical and Surgical Microscope Shipments
Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Table 2-62
Worldwide Optical Clinical and Surgical Microscope Shipments
Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Figure 2-61
Worldwide Optical Clinical and Surgical Microscope Shipments
Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2009-2015
Figure 2-62
Worldwide Optical Industrial and Semiconductor
Microscope Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Figure 2-63
Worldwide Optical Industrial and Semiconductor
Microscope Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Figure 2-64
Worldwide Optical Industrial and Semiconductor
Microscope Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2009-2015
Table 2-65
Customized Focused Ion And Electron Beam Column
Microscope Market Competitive Factors
Figure 2-66
Worldwide Customized Focused Ion and Electron Beam
Columns
Microscope Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Table 2-67
Worldwide Customized Focused Ion and Electron Beam
Columns
Microscope Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Figure 2-68
Worldwide Focused Ion Beam and Electron Beam Columns
Electron Microscope Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2009-2015
Figure 2-69
Worldwide Focused Ion Beam and Electron Beam Columns
SEM and TEM Electron Microscope Market Forecasts,
Dollars, 2009-2015
Table 2-70
Regional Microscope Shipment Analysis
Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Table 2-71
Regional Microscope Shipment Analysis
Market Shares, Dollars, 2008
Figure 5-72
FEI Growth and Regional Diversity
Table 2-73
FEI Nanotechnology Research Center Penetration

Figure 3-1
Olympus SZX16 Advanced Research Microscope
Table 3-2
Olympus SZX16 Research Microscope Benefits
Table 3-2 (Continued)
Olympus SZX16 Research Microscope Benefits
Table 3-3
Olympus SDF Objective Lenses Features
Figure 3-4
Olympus Multiphoton Microscope
Table 3-5
Olympus FV1000MPE TWIN Features
Table 3-6
Olympus Confocal Microscope Benefits
Table 3-7
Olympus Confocal Microscope Evolved Laser Light Stimulation
Table 3-8
Olympus Confocal Microscope Evolved Basic Performance
Table 3-9
Olympus Confocal Microscope Quantification
Table 3-10
Olympus Confocal Microscope High Sensitivity
Figure 3-11
Olympus Confocal Microscope
Table 3-12
Olympus Industrial Micro-Imaging Segments
Figure 3-13
Olympus Semiconductor Imaging Solutions
Table 3-14
Olympus Virtual Microscopy Applications
Table 3-15
Nikon CFI60 Features
Figure 3-16
Nikon CFI60
Figure 3-17
Nikon COOLSCOPE2 Main Screen And Controller
Table 3-18
Nikon Low Magnification Features
Table 3-19
Nikon Low Magnification Microscope Features
Table 3-19 (Continued)
Nikon Low Magnification Microscope Features
Figure 3-20
Nikon ECLIPSE E200POL
Figure 3-21
Nikon Inverted Microscopes For Research ECLIPSE Ti-E
Table 3-22
ECLIPSE L300D Episcopic Illumination Type
Figure 3-23
Nikon ECLIPSE L300D Episcopic Illumination Type
Table 3-24
Selected Nikon Industrial Microscopes and Accessories and Other
Table 3-25
Nikon Stereoscopic Zoom Microscope SMZ1500 Features
Figure 3-26
SMZ1500 With Epi-Fluorescence Attachment
Table 3-27
Stereoscopic Zoom Microscope Products
Table 3-28
Nikon Wafer Edge Bevel Inspection System
WES-3000 Major Features
Figure 3-29
Nikon Wafer Edge Bevel Inspection System WES-3000
Table 3-30
Nikon Wafer Edge Bevel Inspection System
Applications and Functions
Table 3-31
Nikon Wafer Edge Bevel Inspection System Products
Table 3-32
Nikon Inspection Equipment
Figure 3-33
Zeiss Axio
Figure 3-34
Zeiss Stereo Microscope
Figure 3-35
Zeiss SteREO Lumar
Table 3-36
Zeiss SteREO Discovery.V20
Table 3-37
Zeiss SteREO Discovery.V20 Features
Table 3-38
Zeiss SteREO Discovery.V20 Microscopic Sharper
Images Benefits
Table 3-39
Zeiss SteREO Discovery Stereomicroscope
Final Assembly Process
Figure 3-40
Zeiss Final Assembly Of The Stereomicroscope
Figure 3-41
Zeiss Benefits of Sharper Image From Computer Based Alignment
Figure 3-42
Carl Zeiss SteREO Discovery.V20 Image Quality
Table 3-43
Carl Zeiss Stereomicroscopy Benefits
Table 3-44
Carl Zeiss SteREO Discovery.V12 Stereomicroscopy Applications
Figure 3-45
Axio Observer
Table 3-46
Zeiss Live Cell Imaging under Physiological Conditions
Table 3-47
Zeiss Imaging
Figure 3-48
Zeiss Confocal Microscopes Support Fluorescence
Correlation Spectroscopy To Visualize Dynamics At
The Molecular Level
Figure 3-49
Carl Zeiss Axio CSM 700
Figure 3-50
Carl Zeiss LSM 700 Confocal Laser Scanning Microscope
3D Topography & Fluorescence Measurements
Figure 3-51
Zeiss High-End Confocal Microscope
Figure 3-52
Carl Zeiss LSM 5 Macros
Figure 3-53
Carl Zeiss AxioVision Physiology Microscope System
Figure 3-54
Carl Zeiss ORION™ Helium Ion Microscope
Table 3-55
Leica Microscope Product Positioning
Figure 3-56
Leica M80 stereomicroscope
Table 3-57
Leica M400 E Surgical Microscope Key Features
Figure 3-58
Leica M125 Trinocular Zoom Stereomicroscope
with Ergonomic Tilting
Figure 3-59
Leica Transmitted Light Darkfield Example
Table 3-60
Leica Microsystems GmbH Wetzlar, Germany
Table 3-61
Leica Optical Microscope Product Set
Figure 3-62
Leica M205 A Stereomicroscope
Table 3-63
Leica M205 A Key Features
Table 3-64
American Optical Cycloptic Stereomicroscope
Figure 3-65
American Optical Cycloptic Microscope
Table 3-66
Meiji's EMZ Stereomicroscope Models
Figure 3-67
Meiji Microscopes
Table 3-68
Meiji EMZ13TR Trinocular Zoom Stereo
Table 3-69
FEI's Phenom™ Desktop SEM Key Specifications
Figure 3-70
FEI Scanning Microscope
Table 3-71
FEI Phenom Desktop SEM Modules
Figure 3-72
FEI Broad Product Positioning
Figure 3-73
FEI Throughput Solution
Figure 3-74
Microscope Industry Transition in Imaging
Figure 3-75
FEI SEM Magellan Extreme High Resolution
Figure 3-76
FEI Magellan SEM Semi Process Development Application
Figure 3-77
FEI Magellan Nanoscale Characterization
Down To The Level Of Atoms
Figure 3-78
FEI Titan Nanoscale Visualization Down To The Level Of Atoms
Figure 3-79
FEI TEM Titan For Biology
Figure 3-80
FEI Solutions for Cellular Biology: 3D Tomography Software
Figure 3-81
FEI Emerging Solutions for Biology
Figure 3-82
FEI Solutions for Nanoparticles
Table 3-83
Hitachi Electron Microscopes
Figure 3-84
Hitachi H-9500 300kV TEM
Table 3-85
Hitachi S-5500 In-lens FE-SEM Features
Table 3-86
Hitachi S-5500 In-lens FE-SEM Product Number:S-5500 Features
Figure 3-87
Hitachi S-5500 In-lens FE-SEM
Figure 3-88
Hitachi TEM
Table 3-89
Hitachi FIB + SEM TM-1000 Tabletop Microscope Benefits
Table 3-90
Hitachi TEM System Specifications
Figure 3-91
Jeol Scanning Electron Microscope
Table 3-92
Jeol JXA-8500FThe Electron Microscope Benefits
Table 3-93
Jeol Electron Microscope Semiconductor Products
Figure 3-94
Alicona Imaging InfiniteFocus Robot
Table 3-95
Anderson Materials XPS Surface Analysis Technique
Table 3-96
Anderson Materials ESCA Samples and Materials
Figure 3-97
Westover Scientific Telecommunications Fiber Optic
Network Probe Microscope
Figure 3-98
Westover Scientific FiberChek2 Probe
Figure 3-99
Westover Scientific Fiber Probes
Table 3-100
AIST-NT Co Products
Figure 3-101
AIST-NT Images
Figure 3-102
AIST-NT Piezo Response Imaging
Figure 3-103
AIST-NT Topography image of PZT
Figure 3-104
AIST-NT Images Piezo response image (normal force).
Left - amplitude. Right - phase.
Figure 3-105
AIST-NT Polymer Images
Figure 3-106
AIST-NT Images
Figure 3-107
AIST-NT Images Nanolithography
Figure 3-108
AIST-NT Images Diamond Materials
Figure 3-109
AIST-NT MaterialsImages Kelvin Probe Microscopy image
Figure 3-110
Angstrom Advanced Atomic Force
Microscope and Scanning Probe Microscope
Figure 3-111
Angstrom Advanced Ellipsometer
Table 3-112
Agilent Atomic Force Microscopes industry segments
Table 3-113
Agilent Atomic Force Microscopes Applications
Figure 3-114
Veeco AFMs for Research
Figure 3-115
Veeco AFMs
Figure 3-116
Asylum’s MFP-3D AFM
Table 3-117
Asylum Cypher AFM Features
Figure 3-118
Asylum Research Closed loop STM Showing
Graphite Atoms, 6nm Scan
Figure 3-119
Asylum Research Automated Laser Alignment
Figure 3-120
Asylum Research Loop Image Of Domains Of
Surfactant Hemi-Micelles Surrounding A Defect On
Graphite, 200nm Scan
Figure 3-121
Asylum Research. Closed Loop Image
Of Extracellular Face Of Bacteriorhodopsin In Buffer
Table 3-122
Asylum Research Modules
Table 3-123
Asylum Types of Microscopy
Table 3-124
Asylum Cypher AFM
Table 3-125
Asylum Specifications
Table 3-126
Asylum Scanner Modules
Table 3-127
Asylum Standard View Module Specifications
Table 3-128
Asylum Research Atomic Force Microscope
Technical Innovation
Figure 3-129
Asylum Research Atomic Force Microscope
Figure 3-130
Asylum Research Atomic Force Microscope MFP-3D Head
Figure 3-131
Asylum Research Atomic Force Microscope
Nano-Positioning System
Figure 3-132
Asylum Research Atomic Force Microscope
MFP-3D XY Scanner
Figure 3-133
Asylum Research Atomic Force Microscope MFP-3D XY
Figure 3-134
Asylm Image Of A Hard Disk, 20µm scan Science Applications
Figure 3-135
Lithography Nanografting of thiols on a Au(111) surface.
1.5µm Scan
Table 3-136
JPK Instruments Solutions
Table 3-137
JPK Instruments Applications
Table 3-138
JPK Instruments Major AFM Modes
Figure 2-139
Nanosurf easyScan 2Product Lines
Figure 3-140
Nanosurf Mobile S Provides Portable, All-in-One AFM System
Figure 3-141
Nanosurf Nanite
Table 3-142
Nanosurf Nanite Features
Figure 3-143
Bruker AXS
Figure 3-144
Nanonics Confocal Microscope
Table 3-145
Nanonics Confocal Microscope Features
Table 3-146
Nanonics Dual (upright/inverted) Microscope
Table 3-147
Nanonics Dual Microscope
Figure 3-148
Nanonics Dual Microscope Combined Upright and Inverted Systems
Figure 3-149
Nanonics Dual Microscope Combined Upright and Inverted Systems
Figure 3-150
Nanonics Systems Combining AFM and Raman
Figure 3-151
Nanonics AFM without Optical Obstruction
Figure 3-152
Nanonics Parallel Imaging of a Silicon Semiconductor
Table 3-153
Nanonics Difference Between Raman Mapping With And
Without Z-Control Vibration Mode of Diamond at 1334cm-1
Figure 3-154
Raman Shift as a Function of Local Stress Location
Figure 3-155
Omicron Multiprobe MXPS System For Thin Film Studies
Figure 3-156
Omicron Multiscan LAB Combined With a
Multiprobe MXPS System
Figure 3-157
Omicron Customized Solution for 2.5 –
350 K STM Operation in 3D Magnetic Fields
Figure 3-158
Omicron Customized Microscope
Table 3-159
Veeco BioScope II Atomic Force Microscope Product Description
Table 3-160
Veeco BioScope SZ Atomic Force Microscope Product Features:
Table 3-161
Veeco Caliber Atomic Force Microscope Product Features:
Table 3-162
Veeco Dimension 3100 Scanning Probe Microscope Product Features:
Table 3-163
Veeco Dimension 5000 Scanning Probe Microscope
Product Features:
Table 3-164
Veeco Dimension V Scanning Probe Microscope Product Features:
Table 3-165
Veeco Electrochemical SPM Product Features:
Table 3-166
Veeco EnviroScope Atomic Force Microscope
Product Features & Benefits:
Table 3-167
Veeco Innova Scanning Probe Microscope Product Features:
Table 3-168
Veeco MultiMode V Scanning Probe Microscope Product Features:
Table 3-169
NanoMan VS Scanning Probe Microscope Product Features:
Table 3-170
Veeco Scanning Probe Microscope Product Features & Benefits:
Figure 3-171
Agilent 5500 AFM (N9410S)
Figure 3-172
Agilent 5500 AFM Imaging Modes
Figure 3-173
Agilent Photodetector Atomic Visualization
Figure 3-174
Agilent Region Where The Tip Approaches The Surface
Figure 3-175
Orsay Physics S.A. COBRA-FIB Column
Table 3-176
Seiko ULTRA 55 Transmission Electron Microscope Features
Figure 3-177
Zeiss NVision 40 FIB-SEM NVision 40 FIB-SEM Cross
Beam System
Table 3-178
Carl Zeiss NVision 40 FIB-SEM Features

Table 4-1
Computerization Of Microscopic Manufacturing Procedure Benefits

Table 5-1
Alicona Microscope Applications Research And Development
Table 5-2
Agilent Electronic And Bio-Analytical Measurement Positioning
Table 5-3
Agilent Nanotechnology Microscope Instruments
Table 5-3 (Continued)
Agilent Nanotechnology Microscope Instruments
Table 5-4
Agilent Nanotechnology Microscope Instruments
Agilent Applications
Table 5-4 (Continued)
Agilent Nanotechnology Microscope Instruments
Agilent Applications
Table 5-4 (Continued)
Agilent Nanotechnology Microscope Instruments
Agilent Applications
Table 5-5
Agilent Imagining Modes
Table 5-6
Agilent Technologies Atomic Force Microscopes Consumables
Figure 5-7
Agilent Revenue by Market Segment Q4 2008
Figure 5-8
Agilent Revenue by Market Segment FY 2008
Figure 5-9
Agilent Revenue by Geographical Region Q4 2008
Figure 5-10
Agilent Revenue by Geographical Region FY 2008
Table 5-11
Agilent Networks Communications Measurement Types
Table 5-12
Agilent General Purpose Test Products
Table 5-13
Agilent Communications Technology Addressed
with Test Equipment
Table 5-14
Agilent Bio-Analytical Measurement Business
Application-Focused Solutions
Table 5-15
Agilent Chemical and Segment Analysis Market Focus
Table 5-16
Agilent Key Product Categories For The
Bio-Analytical Measurements
Table 5-17
Markets In Which Carl Zeiss Participates
Figure 5-18
Carl Zeiss AxioVision Physiology Microscope System
Figure 5-19
Leica Microsystems Latest Products
Table 5-20
Life Science Division Products
Table 5-21
Danaher Leica Microsystems’ Life Science Division Products
Table 5-22
Danaher Leica Microsystems’ Industry Division Products
Table 5-23
Danaher Leica Microsystems’ Biosystems Division Products
Table 5-24
Danaher Leica Microsystems’ Surgical Division Products
Figure 5-25
FEI Growth and Regional Diversity
Table 5-26
FEI Overall Revenue Levels, Electronics vs. Other Levels
Table 5-27
FEI Nanotechnology Research Center Penetration
Figure 5-28
FEI Life Sciences Instrument Landscape
Table 5-29
FEI Strategic Positioning
Table 5-30
FEI Q3 2008 Summary Results
Table 5-31
FEI Broad Product Line That Creates And Measures Nanostructures
Figure 5-32
FEI Product Track
Table 5-33
FEI Titan –World’s Most Powerful Electron Microscope Features
Table 5-34
FEI Imago Scientific Instruments Collaboration
Figure 5-35
FEI Industry Transition in Imaging
Figure 5-36
FEI From Wafer to Atomic Resolution
Figure 5-37
FEI Life Sciences Instrument Landscape
Figure 5-38
FEI Role in Life Sciences
Figure 5-39
FEI Titan Krios and Titan Global Life Sciences Regional Activity
Figure 5-40
FEI Segment Analysis
Table 5-41
Jeol Electron Optic Products
Table 5-42
Jeol Analytical Instruments Products
Table 5-43
Jeol Semiconductor Equipment Products
Table 5-44
Jeol Thin Film Coating System Products
Table 5-45
Jeol Medical Equipment Products
Table 5-46
Jeol Priority Fields Of The Basic Plan For Scientific Technologies
Table 5-47
Selected Jeol Microscope Products
Table 5-48
Motic Products
Figure 5-49
Nikon Segment and Regional Revenue Analysis
Source: Nikon.
Figure 5-50
Nikon Imaging Segment Revenue Analysis
Figure 5-51
Nikon Imaging, Precision Equipment, and
Instruments Segment Revenue Analysis
Table 5-52
Nikon Imaging, Precision Equipment, and
Instruments Segment Revenue Analysis
Figure 5-53
Nikon Regional Segment Revenue Analysis
Table 5-54
Nikon Regional Segment Revenue Analysis
Figure 5-55
Nikon Financial Results by Quarter
Table 5-56
Nikon Financial Results by Quarter
Table 5-57
Nikon Consolidated Financial Results
Table 5-58
Nikon Instrument Product Line
Table 5-59
Nikon Biological Microscopes
Table 5-60
Nikon Industrial Microscopes
Table 5-61
Nikon Stereoscopic Microscope Products
Table 5-62
Nikon Cameras for Microscopy
Table 5-63
Nikon Microscopic Image Recording Equipment
Figure 5-64
Nikon Product Development Strategy
Table 5-65
Nikon Wafer Edge Chips And Damage Microscopes Features
Figure 5-66
Olympus Microscopes
Table 5-67
Orsay Physics S.A. Customers
Table 5-67 (Continued)
Orsay Physics S.A. Customers
Table 5-68
Veeco Instruments
Table 5- 69
Selected Microscopy Vendors
Table 5-70
Selected Atomic Force Microscope Manufacturers

COMPANIES PROFILED

Carl Zeiss
FEI
Hitachi
Jeol
Alicona Imaging
Aligent
Angstrom Advanced
Asylum Research
Bausch and Lomb
Bruker / S.I.S. Surface Imaging System
Danaher Corporation
MetaMorph Software
JPK Instruments
Kaust
Labomed
Nikon
Olympus
Danaher / Leica
Motic
Nanotec Electronica / Nanonics
Nanosurf
Omicron
Orsay Physics S.A.
Phase Focus
Raith
Seiko Instruments Inc. (SII)
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Veecro
Westover Scientific
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