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Wednesday 10th July 2013
Wednesday 10th July 2013
The firm's SEMVision G6 system's multi-dimensional imaging is claimed to deliver the industry's highest resolution and image quality
Wednesday 10th July 2013
Wednesday 10th July 2013
The demand for flexible, high-volume manufacturing solutions in 3D-IC/advanced packaging, MEMS, power device and compound semiconductor markets is driving growth
Wednesday 10th July 2013
This new financing will enable Crocus to accelerate its go to market program, new product qualification and manufacturing ramp up
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Wednesday 10th July 2013
Embedded diodes boost Rice University invention’s potential as a robust and roomy memory
Tuesday 9th July 2013
Enhanced wafer alignment metrology capability coupled with the firm's GEMINI FB system creates a closed-loop fusion wafer bonding solution to enable high-density TSV devices
Tuesday 9th July 2013
Coupling electron-beam review with optical inspection facilitates rapid defect discovery, identification and sourcing
Tuesday 9th July 2013
The mid-year forecast for the chip equipment industry shows an improving outlook, significantly due to investment in NAND Flash
Tuesday 9th July 2013
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Tuesday 9th July 2013
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Monday 8th July 2013
The firm says its unique configurations can improve process control, lower CoO, and bring higher throughput to advance technology adoption
Monday 8th July 2013
Alchimer's wet processes can achieve aspect ratios of 20:1 while significantly reducing cost of ownership compared to current approaches
Monday 8th July 2013
The firm's new NMOS epitaxy deposition process enables faster manufacturing for transistors in next-generation mobile processor chips
Friday 5th July 2013
300mm wafer processing is forecast to rise to 70 percent of total capacity by 2017. But capacity for 450mm wafers will account for only one-tenth of a percent of global IC capacity during the same period. And for 200mm wafers, this is forecast to slip more than 10 points in December 2017
Friday 5th July 2013
The market analyst says that the next growth opportunities outside traditional IR detector markets are smart building automation and mobile phones. And companies such as Omron and Panasonic have used their MEMS technological know-how to dominate thermopile technology in the array detector market

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