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Thursday 27th October 2005
Surface Technology Systems (STS) has announced the release of Pegasus, a new Deep Reactive Ion Etching (DRIE) system, optimised initially for silicon etch, that delivers significant improvements in etch process capability, stability and system reliability.
Thursday 27th October 2005
Innovative Micro Technology (IMT) announced that it has passed several key milestones and demonstrated integrated operation with its Rare Cell Purification System (RCPS), including sorting viable human cells at high speeds with greater than 95% purity.
Thursday 27th October 2005
Lucent Technologies' Bell Labs has announced that Vladimir Aksyuk has been listed as one of Technology Review magazine's TR35, an elite list of top innovators under the age of 35.
Tuesday 25th October 2005
The average selling price (ASP) for ICs is expected to resume growth in Q1 2006, following a 15% decline from its high in January 2005 and stagnation in August.
Tuesday 25th October 2005
IMEC's ASML XT:1250i step-and-scan system has been upgraded with state-of-the-art hardware. The first exposures show excellent performance in three key areas: improved CD uniformity across the wafer, better overlay numbers up to values comparable to dry 193nm lithography, and a reduction in patterned defectivity.
Monday 24th October 2005
STATS ChipPAC Ltd. a semiconductor test and advanced packaging service provider announced it has added a new family of extremely thin packaging solutions with profile heights of less than 0.50mm to its packaging portfolio.
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Monday 24th October 2005
The semiconductor thin-film equipment market will trend upward starting in mid-2006 and reach double-digit growth in 2007 and 2008, aided by transistor and gate processing...
Monday 24th October 2005
However, according to analyst, computer and wireless IC inventories appear under control.
Friday 21st October 2005
The front-end semiconductor equipment market will drop sequentially over the next three quarters before starting an upward track in mid-2006 that will ultimately reach double-digit growth in 2007 and 2008, according to The Information Network market research company.
Friday 21st October 2005
Strong growth in microprocessor sales contributed much improved results for AMD in the fourth quarter but the company still remains a long way behind its fierce rival Intel.
Friday 21st October 2005
The Soitec Group, manufacturer of silicon-on-insulator (SOI) wafers for the semiconductor manufacturing industry, announced a technological development using its proprietary Smart Cutô layer-transfer and wafer-bonding technology.
Thursday 20th October 2005
The MEMS Executive Congress, a meeting of leaders in the MEMS commercial and technology fields brought together by the MEMS Industry Group (MIG), today suggested that the market is seeing more rapid product development based on the availability of well tested MEMS components.
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Thursday 20th October 2005
St. Petersburg Electro-Technical Insitute still uses the acronym LETI, from the days when the city was Leningrad. Like the French research centre with the same name, the University has a strong history of research and has moved from a state controlled operation to an open house of learning and innovation.
Thursday 20th October 2005
SEMI has published eight new technical standards applicable to the semiconductor, flat panel display (FPD) and MEMS manufacturing industries.
Thursday 20th October 2005
Integrated Sensing Systems, Inc. (ISSYS) of Michigan USA, has announced that it has signed a partnership contract for ISSYS Micro Density Meter products with KEM - Kyoto Electronics Manufacturing Company, of Kyoto, Japan, The ISSYS Micro Density Meter products are based on Micro ElectroMechanical System (MEMS) technology.
Thursday 20th October 2005
STMicroelectronics a supplier of MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical System) devices, has announced that it has expanded its portfolio of three-axis accelerometers with three new models in ever smaller packages.
Wednesday 19th October 2005
Semiconductor manufacturing productivity and the resulting technological progress are being threatened by a gap in funding for research and development (R&D), according to a industry survey and white paper commissioned by SEMI and developed by Infrastructure Advisors. If current technology and economic trends continue, the funding gap could exceed $9 billion by 2010, according to the report.
Tuesday 18th October 2005
AMD has opened its latest 300mm wafer fab in Dresden in a ceremony attended by Semiconductor leaders and the cream of Germany's political world, demonstrating the strong relationship the company has with the Saxony region.
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Monday 17th October 2005
STMicroelectronics has unveiled plans for a launch venture to cover operations in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
Friday 14th October 2005
iSuppli Corp. has boosted its growth forecast for PC unit shipments in 2005 to 10.3 percent, up from 8.2 percent previously, as stellar first-half sales and soaring demand for mobile computers have brightened market prospects.
Thursday 13th October 2005
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. nearly doubled its sales of consumer-electronics oriented semiconductors in 2004, using its broad chip portfolio to vault into the market's top ranks, according to iSuppli Corp.
Wednesday 12th October 2005
STMicroelectronics semiconductor manufacturers unveil the first details of a breakthrough technology allowing capacitors to be intergrated.
Wednesday 12th October 2005
Dimatix has introduced a cartridge-based materials printer, the DMP (Dimatix Materials Printer) system to the European market.
Wednesday 12th October 2005
A University of Colorado has developed the first computer-generated model of a tiny, waterwheel-like molecular rotor that has been harnessed to rotate in one direction at different speeds in response to changes in the strength of an electrical field applied from the outside.

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