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Tuesday 18th September 2007
Coventor Incorporation, the leading supplier of 3D software for the MEMS and semiconductor industries, has greatly enriched its schematic-based MEMS design environment ARCHITECT.
Monday 17th September 2007
According to reports by the Financial Times and other services, Sony Corporation plans to terminate production of state-of-the-art computer microchips.
Monday 17th September 2007
Xilinx, one of the largest fabless semiconductor companies, has opened a new and expanded regional headquarters in the Changi Business Park, Singapore.
Friday 14th September 2007
Sigma-Aldrich has announced its intent to invest in a site at the Wuxi-New District Park (WND) located northwest of Shanghai, China, for its new Asia-Pacific manufacturing hub. Sigma-Aldrich has executed a memorandum of understanding with the WND authorities.
Friday 14th September 2007
Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials have introduced the EcoVision 4000 ultra-low defectivity performance CMP pad designed specifically for advanced copper barrier processes for 45 nm technology nodes and beyond.
Friday 14th September 2007
Samsung Electronics has developed the first 60 nanometer (nm)-class 2 gigabit DDR2 DRAM and will begin mass production later this year.
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Friday 14th September 2007
STMicroelectronics has announced a new family of secure microcontrollers based on a 0.13-micron state-of-the-art process technology, which are intended for banking, loyalty card and other financial applications.
Friday 14th September 2007
MAPPER Lithography has reached an important milestone in the development of its highly innovative lithography machine for advanced chip manufacturing.
Wednesday 12th September 2007
SUSS MicroTec have announced it has received the first order for its new Gamma XPress coat / develop cluster from Rohm and Haas Electronics Materials.
Wednesday 12th September 2007
ASML have announced that a Taiwanese customer using its TWINSCAN i-Line scanners has achieved an unprecedented level of 300mm productivity by processing 150 wafers per hour for 24 hours, reaching a record output of 3,596 wafers in a single day.
Tuesday 11th September 2007
Aviza Technology have announced that the Company has entered into a joint development program (JDP) with Mosel Vitelic Corporation (MVC). As part of this collaboration, Aviza and MVC will jointly develop advanced atomic layer deposition (ALD) materials for next-generation Flash applications.
Tuesday 11th September 2007
ATMI and Intermolecular have announced that ATMI has purchased Intermolecular's complete Tempus Fluids-based High-Productivity Combinatorial (HPC) workflow for accelerated research and development (R&D).
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Tuesday 11th September 2007
iSuppli Corp.'s final estimate of microprocessor market share in the second quarter reveals Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) made greater gains than originally thought.
Monday 10th September 2007
Infineon Technologies have announced it is the sole chip supplier for the largest patient healthcare card in United States. Siemens, Mount Sinai Medical Center and Elmhurst Hospital Center have formed a health smart card alliance to deploy up to 1.2 million Patient Health Smart Cards to link as many as 45 affiliated and related medical facilities in the New York metro area.
Monday 10th September 2007
Intel has broken ground on its first 300mm wafer fabrication facility in Asia. The new factory, named Fab 68, will extend Intel's manufacturing leadership, while helping cultivate engineering talent, accelerate the growth of China's information technology (IT) ecosystem, and bring Intel's culture of environmental leadership to China.
Monday 10th September 2007
The highest-resolution images ever seen in (S)TEM electron microscopy have been recorded using a new instrument developed jointly by U.S. Department of Energy national laboratories, FEI Company (Nasdaq: FEIC) and CEOS GmbH, in Heidelberg, Germany.
Monday 10th September 2007
AMD has introduced the Quad-Core AMD Opteron processor, the most advanced x86 processor designed and manufactured so far and the first native x86 quad-core microprocessor.
Monday 10th September 2007
Consumers of semiconductors often rely on the metric given as a specification to decide their purchase as they believe the metric tells them useful information regarding the semiconductor.
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Monday 10th September 2007
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. (SMIC), China's biggest chipmaker, said a U.S. court denied a preliminary injunction against it by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. on Sept. 7.
Thursday 6th September 2007
Micronic Laser Systems, has received an order for two pattern generators for the production of display photomasks from a customer in Japan.
Thursday 6th September 2007
Fairchild Semiconductor has announced that it has closed a transaction to sell selected assets of its RF Group to ANADIGICS, Inc.
Thursday 6th September 2007
Praxair, Inc. has started up a new air separation plant with a capacity of 1,300 tons per day to supply Samsung Electronics' advanced thin-film-transistor, liquid-crystal-display (TFT-LCD) factory in Tangjeong, South Korea.
Wednesday 5th September 2007
OKI Printing Solutions and Dalian Polytechnic have announced their partnership to develop paper using annual plants, instead of wooden-based paper. Leveraging their strengths, the forest-saving paper developed and manufactured will be of high quality, ideal for colour printers.
Wednesday 5th September 2007
Toshiba Corporation and SanDisk Corporation have celebrated the opening of Fab 4, the latest 300mm wafer fabrication facility at Toshiba's Yokkaichi Operations in Japan.

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