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126-nm lithography seen as intriguing 'R&D curiosity' at conference
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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Hoping to extend the life of optical lithography tools, a group led by the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) is attempting to drum up support for yet another technology generation with an exposure wavelength of 126 nanometers.
IBM and Nikon hope to improve throughput for electron projection lithography
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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- While companies are scrambling to boost the performance of extreme ultraviolet (EUV) exposure tools, IBM Corp. and Nikon Corp. are looking to improve the throughput for the rival next-generation lithography (NGL) technology. In separate papers presented at the SPIE Microlithography conference, IBM and Nikon described the latest developments of an alpha tool based on electron projection lithography (EPL) technology.
Motorola MCG köper Blue Wave
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Motorola Computer Group, MCG fortsätter på vägen från komponentföretag till systemföretag. Med köpet av DSP-företaget Blue Wave Systems får man både DSP-kunnande och en utvecklingsmiljö för DSP (ComStruct) som är populär bland telekomföretag.
Singapores första 12 tums-fab
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Chartered Semiconductor räknar med att ta den första halvledarfabriken för 12 tums wafers i bruk i Singapore.
Java för Linux
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MontaVista Software, som för övrigt nyligen etablerade sig i Sverige, lanserar nu tillsammans med IBM en Java-baserad utvecklingsplattform för inbyggt Linux.
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