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Thursday 16th March 2006
Endicott Interconnect Technologies, Inc. has extended its global sales network with the appointment of sales representative firm, NovaPack Technologies, strengthening the company's European infrastructure.
Wednesday 15th March 2006
The chip equipment industry closed February in a healthy state, with a Book-to-Bill ratio of 1.24, according to VLSI Research, equipment bookings amounted to $4.67B.
Tuesday 14th March 2006
China’s recent knock back by the International Standardisation officials (ISO) has not halted plan’s for self administered standards.
Monday 13th March 2006
Pushed by the scaling limits of silicon-based devices, SEMATECH engineers have launched a project to investigate alternative materials to Si in MOSFET channels, the critical pathways that allow electrical signals to flow across transistors.
Sunday 12th March 2006
Surface Technology Systems plc (STS) provider of plasma process technologies, announced that it has received multiple orders worth over £1million for its cluster tools from a leading supplier of components for wireless communications.
Sunday 12th March 2006
AvizaTechnology, a supplier of semiconductor equipment and process technologies announced that it has received a multiple system order from Silterra Malaysia.
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Saturday 11th March 2006
As IC design technologies advance rapidly, a company's success depends upon collaboration on a global scale.
Saturday 11th March 2006
Essensium, a fabless provider of SoC ASICs (system-on-chip application-specific integrated circuits), announced that is has joined forces with Mind N.V., a provider of embedded Linux, eCos and DSP software integration services.
Friday 10th March 2006
Intelligent Micro Patterning, LLC, announced the sale of a SF-100 Auto Stage system to the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the UK University of Sheffield.
Thursday 9th March 2006
ASML Holding NV presented its latest advances in leading-edge production technology as well as its research and development (R&D) progress at SPIE Microlithography 2006 in San Jose, California.
Wednesday 8th March 2006
Cell phones have long been targeted as a major end-use application for MEMS (MicroElectroMechanical Systems) sensors, and accelerometers in particular, but widespread integration hinges on the development of device drivers, not the sensors themselves, according to Bourne Research.
Tuesday 7th March 2006
Innovations in MEMS (MicroElectroMechnical Systems), nanomaterials and other emerging technologies are making smart homes a reality for the masses, according to Bourne Research.
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Monday 6th March 2006
Freescale Semiconductor is expanding its India operations with the acquisition of a 300,000-square-foot campus in Noida.
Monday 6th March 2006
According to iSuppli the last quarter of 2008 saw the PC market slow down.
Sunday 5th March 2006
Akustica, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) technology manufacturer, announced availability of Akustica Microphone Chips, single-chip microphones to the market.
Saturday 4th March 2006
Xponent Photonics, technology innovator of FTTx optical components, announced that it has begun producing production volumes of Silicon Planar Lightwave Circuits (PLCs) at Innovative Micro Technology (IMT).
Thursday 2nd March 2006
Intel Corporation announced it will invest $300 million (US) to build a semiconductor assembly and test facility in Ho Chi Minh City.
Thursday 2nd March 2006
On the strength of its $26 million immersion tool, ASML maintained its lead in the $4.3 Billion Lithography Market, according to the report "Sub-100nm Lithography: Market Analysis and Strategic Issues," recently published by The Information Network.
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Wednesday 1st March 2006
The equipment industry posted worldwide bookings of $5.14B in January 2006, according to VLSI Research Inc. Bookings increased 2% from December 2005.
Tuesday 28th February 2006
KLA Tencor Corporation and ADE Corporation jointly announced they have signed a definitive agreement for KLA-Tencor to acquire ADE Corporation.
Tuesday 28th February 2006
The present NAND flash memory glut is not destined to last very long—but even after the overage is resolved, the excess supply will continue to have a significant negative impact on pricing for another memory type: DRAM, according to iSuppli Corp.
Monday 27th February 2006
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