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Monday 25th September 2000
Samsung Electronics has developed the first 60 nanometer (nm)-class 2 gigabit DDR2 DRAM and will begin mass production later this year.
Monday 25th September 2000
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.
Monday 25th September 2000
Edwards has announced the sale of multiple exhaust abatement systems to Advent Solar, Inc. Edwards Hot Oxidation Systems (HOx) will be used by Advent Solar for abatement of PECVD exhaust gases during solar cell manufacturing at its New Mexico plant.
Sunday 30th April 2000
Samsung Electronics has announced plans to begin mass producing 16 gigabit (Gb) NAND flash, the highest capacity memory chip now available. The company said it will fabricate the devices in 51 nanometres (nm), one of the finest process technology to be used in memory mass production to date.
Sunday 23rd April 2000
The company has been selected by NEC for semiconductor design services. IT major establishes dedicated engineering development centre in Bangalore, India
Saturday 15th January 2000
X-FAB Silicon Foundries has announced a major milestone in its process of transforming the X-FAB Sarawak, Malaysia, facility into an analog/mixed-signal foundry operation.
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Saturday 11th April 1998
A new transmission electron microscope (TEM) for the imaging and analysis of materials with atomic resolution has now been successfully installed at the caesar Institute in Bonn. ;;
Sunday 18th September 0208
The company will benefit from Samsung acquisition of SanDisk in big way says The Information Network.
Friday 2nd September 0208
The research centres gear up cost effective silicon photonics prototyping service.
Friday 15th April 0208
Applied Materials introduces new system for 32nm mask cleaning
Thursday 6th February 0200
Qpixel Technology has announced it has opened a new international office to better address the increasing demand for Qpixel’s products in Japan.
Thursday 6th February 0200
Veeco Instruments Inc. announced that The California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI) at The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) has purchased $1.7 million of atomic force and scanning probe microscope systems (AFM/SPMs) and optical profilers for use in the institute's multi-user core laboratories performing nanoscience research.
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Tuesday 30th November 1999
Tuesday 30th November 1999
US-India Fabless Semiconductor Company Insilica has announced US$18 million in new financing of which will enable the company to accelerate its growth in a broader range of target customers and geographies. Participants in the round included Intel Capital, Flextronics, Crossbow Ventures, Dow Ventures, and NewPath Ventures.
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Tuesday 30th November 1999
Sofinnova Partners has led a €10.6 million financing in Accent, STMicroelectronics and Cadence Design Systems joint venture company. The investment follows STMicroelectronics’ decision to divest its majority shareholding in Accent as outlined in its 2005 plan to focus its attention on its core businesses and markets. The Italian Private Equity firm CAPE Natexis and a group of business angels have also participated in this financing.
Tuesday 30th November 1999
"Microchip Technology's continuous improvement culture and systems have resulted in competitive yields across all of our fabs, and short lead times for our broad range of customers around the world,"

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