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Tuesday 18th May 2004
A small German company is seeking partners for a chip stacking technology for memory modules through the Wirtschaftsförderung Berlin International business development organisation.
Tuesday 18th May 2004
A new generation of programmable CMOS imaging chips is to be developed in a project led by University of Sheffield Professor Nigel Allinson. Among the hopes for the GBP4.5mn MI-3 project are the earlier detection of cancer, the instant analysis of medical screening tests and the ability for emergency and security services to work effectively in murky surroundings. Possible scientific applications are seen in studies of the fundamental interactions of matter, space exploration and cell biology.
Tuesday 18th May 2004
AMD held the “topping-off” ceremony for its next-generation 300mm manufacturing facility, AMD Fab 36, in Dresden, Germany. According to AMD chairman of the board, president and CEO Hector Ruiz, the facility “will help ensure we have the capacity required to meet our customers’ - and their customers’ - needs for pervasive 64bit computing solutions powered by AMD64 technology.”
Monday 17th May 2004
MEMSCAP released a pressure module transducer for high-end aeronautics applications. The TP 3100 micro-electro-mechanical system (MEMS) has received DO178B level B certification from Norway’s Civil Aviation Authority.
Monday 17th May 2004
Oki Electric Industry is acquiring an Aixtron Tricent MOCVD tool for the commercial manufacturing of high-density FeRAM non-volatile memories. The tool will be used within the framework of a three-company agreement between Aixtron, Symetrix and Oki. The initial work will produce FeRAM devices in the density range 64k-16Mbit. Engineering samples are scheduled for release by Q4 2004.
Monday 17th May 2004
DuPont Photomasks has begun commercial production at its photomask facility in Dresden, Germany. The company claims it as the world’s most advanced such plant aiming at advanced photomask technologies for semiconductor devices with design rules of 65nm and below.
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Monday 17th May 2004
Philips Electronics has developed a 13inch PolyLED TV prototype based on polymer OLED (organic light-emitting diode) technology. The equipment will be demonstrated at the Society for Information Display's International Symposium in the USA, May 23-28, 2004.
Tuesday 11th May 2004
QinetiQ of the UK and TRONIC’S Microsystems in France announced a collaboration agreement to provide customers with an enhanced technology transition roadmap from prototype to volume production of micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS).
Tuesday 11th May 2004
Unaxis Wafer Processing has partnered with the University of Central Florida (UCF) in advanced optics development. These R&D efforts will use a Unaxis SHUTTLELINE plasma etch system to fabricate complex micro-optical elements using wafer based manufacturing techniques.
Tuesday 11th May 2004
IQE Silicon Compounds has released a proprietary product with strained silicon at 20% Ge content. The company claims “best in class” for its material in terms of surface micro roughness (less than 1Angstrom on a 1micron2 field), low threading and low pile up dislocation densities, and germanium and thickness uniformity. Several wafer manufacturers and IDMs have made independent assessments, IQE reports.
Tuesday 11th May 2004
Infineon Technologies has appointed Dr Wolfgang Ziebart as president and CEO. Ziebart will assume his new responsibilities at Infineon not later than September 1, 2004.
Tuesday 11th May 2004
Philips Electronics reports achieving right-first-time 90nm silicon from its CMOS production line at Crolles2, France, and from TSMC facilities in Taiwan. Philips used the low-leakage 90nm process to produce a component that integrates an ARM processor core with SRAM, ROM and analogue signal circuitry designed for a wireless application. Philips aims to deliver production volumes of 90nm CMOS products this year.
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Tuesday 11th May 2004
IMEC inaugurated its new nanoelectronics laboratory, at the same time announcing a new core research partner in its sub-45nm CMOS research platform, Texas Instruments (TI).
Thursday 6th May 2004
Rambus has filed an anti-trust suit in the California superior court against Hynix Semiconductor, Infineon Technologies, Micron Technology and Siemens AG. The intellectual property developer says that the IC producers are engaged in a concerted and unlawful effort to eliminate competition and stifle innovation in the market for computer memory technology and computer memory chips.
Thursday 6th May 2004
Fabless company Triad Semiconductor has developed a "mixed-signal structured array" (MSSA) architecture that uses a single IC fabrication mask to configure an array of analogue and digital circuit elements into an application specific integrated circuit (ASIC).
Thursday 6th May 2004
IC fault detection and classification (FDC) technology supplier Si Automation (SiA) has signed a three-year contract with STMicroelectronics’ 200mm site in Crolles, France. The ST site consists of an integrated facility with R&D, pilot production and volume manufacturing. The leading-edge technologies developed at Crolles are deployed in ST’s other fabs.
Friday 30th April 2004
QinetiQ and TRONIC’S Microsystems announced a collaboration agreement to provide customers with an enhanced technology transition roadmap from prototype to volume production of micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS).
Friday 30th April 2004
Finisar has agreed to acquire Infineon Technologies’ Fiber Optics business unit based in Munich, Germany, for 135mn shares of Finisar common stock. The acquisition transaction implies a valuation of $263mn based on the closing share price as of April 28, 2004. Following the transaction, Infineon will hold a 38% equity interest in Finisar. The transaction is subject to approval by Finisar's shareholders, applicable regulatory approvals and other customary closing conditions.
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Thursday 29th April 2004
Unaxis Wafer Processing has partnered with the University of Central Florida (UCF) in advanced optics development. These R&D efforts will use a Unaxis SHUTTLELINE plasma etch system to fabricate complex micro-optical elements using wafer based manufacturing techniques.
Thursday 29th April 2004
Six universities and seven companies in the UK began a GBP4.5mn project to halve the cost of converting the sun's rays to electricity using solar cells. New 'thin film' solar cells will be developed that while less efficient than existing single crystal silicon cells are potentially much cheaper to make.
Wednesday 28th April 2004
ASM International has agreed to buy Genitech, an atomic-layer and chemical-vapour deposition equipment supplier based in South Korea.
Wednesday 28th April 2004
Vishay Semiconductor is licensing patented Osram technology to manufacture and sell light-emitting diodes (LEDs) for white light with conversion technology and surface-mount LEDs for high-current applications (power SMT LEDs). Typical applications include automotive interior lighting.
Tuesday 27th April 2004
The University of Hanover’s Institute for Transport and Automation is to use Muehlbauer’s FCM 6000 high-volume, low-cost flip chip mounter for its flip chip technology projects. The university is also working with Muehlbauer to characterise and develop the machine for new applications.
Tuesday 27th April 2004
UPM Rafsec will supply radio frequency identification (RFID) label transponders to the South Korean pharmaceutical company Unimed Pharm for the tagging of individual packages of over-the-counter drugs. The agreement consists of the delivery of 100,000 RFID labels during 2004.

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