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Wednesday 27th October 2004
STMicroelectronics has reduced its capital expenditure budget for the year to $2bn, an approximate 10% reduction on previous plans. For 2005 capital spending is currently being budgeted at $1.5bn.
Wednesday 27th October 2004
The highest capacity ion beam accelerator facility in the world was officially opened at EBIS in Oxfordshire, UK.
Wednesday 27th October 2004
October 19, 2004, saw Exitech reach its 20th anniversary of pioneering work in the field of laser technology.
Wednesday 27th October 2004
The Slovak Institute of Physics has developed and constructed a scanning capacitance scanning probe microscope (SPM) technique.
Wednesday 27th October 2004
Signal integrity (SI) views have been developed for ARM's Foundry Program Partners with electronic design automation (EDA) company Cadence Design Systems.
Wednesday 27th October 2004
Philips Electronics' Handshake Solutions business and ARM announced the joint development and marketing of an ARM processor using Handshake Solutions' low-power, self-timed technology.
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Wednesday 27th October 2004
eMagin has entered into definitive agreements with new and existing accredited investors for the purchase of $10.8mn worth of common stock and warrants.
Wednesday 27th October 2004
Arch Chemicals has signed a definitive agreement to sell the majority of its Microelectronic Materials operation to Fuji Photo Film for $160mn.
Wednesday 27th October 2004
Semiconductor cleaning system producer Akrion has ordered 19 chemical blend and delivery modules from BOC Edwards.
Wednesday 27th October 2004
iSuppli estimates the excess inventory (oversupply) in the semiconductor supply chain at $1.1bn in Q3 2004, up 38% from Q2's $829mn.
Wednesday 27th October 2004
Ibis Technology claims a significant breakthrough in 300mm separation by implantation of oxygen silicon-on-insulator (SIMOX-SOI) wafer technology by substantially reducing the roughness of both the top surface of the wafer and the interface between the top-silicon and buried-oxide layers.
Wednesday 27th October 2004
Advanced Interconnect Technologies (AIT) had a new family of etched leadless packages (ELP) based upon newly confirmed patented technology.
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Wednesday 27th October 2004
Given Imaging's diagnostic system for imaging the esophagus has received marketing clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Wednesday 27th October 2004
Unaxis reports Q3 2004 Semiconductor Equipment sales at CHF166mn, a 95% increase over Q3 2003's CHF85mn.
Wednesday 27th October 2004
Renesas Technology has agreed to license Sarnoff's TakeCharge technology, which allows IC designers to create on-chip electrostatic discharge (ESD) protection circuitry.
Wednesday 27th October 2004
Shigeo Takayama, chairman of Hakuto, received the 2004 SEMI Global Leadership Award.
Monday 25th October 2004
Arch Chemicals has signed a definitive agreement to sell the majority of its Microelectronic Materials operation to Fuji Photo Film for $160mn. The operation includes facilities to manufacture and supply a wide range of products - including photoresists, formulated products, polyimides and thin film systems - to semiconductor and flat panel display manufacturers.
Monday 25th October 2004
Two companies report staff reduction plans Freescale, Motorola's IC subsidiary, is to lose 1000 jobs and Cymer, the deep ultraviolet (DUV) excimer laser producer, is to cut 14% of its workforce in Q4.
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Monday 25th October 2004
October 19, 2004, saw Exitech reach its 20th anniversary of pioneering work in the field of laser technology. The UK firm is often the first place that the semiconductor industry looks when researching new lithographic technologies.
Friday 22nd October 2004
French microsystem foundry MEMSCAP has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Optogone, a liquid crystal technology specialist based in Brittany, France, for EUR3.8mn. Optogone specialises in optical components integration for dense wave division multiplexed (DWDM) networking.
Thursday 21st October 2004
STMicroelectronics has reduced its capital expenditure budget for the year to $2bn, an approximate 10% reduction on previous plans. For 2005 capital spending is currently being budgeted at $1.5bn.
Wednesday 20th October 2004
Speed-ups look set to be a thing of the past at Intel.
Wednesday 20th October 2004
Two companies report staff reduction plans - Freescale, Motorola's IC subsidiary, is to lose 1000 jobs and Cymer, the deep ultraviolet (DUV) excimer laser producer, is to cut 14% of its workforce in Q4.
Wednesday 20th October 2004
Teseda has made deals for transportability of Standard Test Interface Language (STIL) design-for-test (DFT) data between its OpenDFT WorkBench engineering software and production test platforms supplied by Advantest and Yokogawa Electric.

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