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EUV tool will cost $15-to-$20 million--not $40 million, claim EUV backers

EUV tool will cost $15-to-$20 million--not $40 million, claim EUV backers
4/12/2001 03:01 PM EDT
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resistion
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re: EUV tool will cost $15-to-$20 million--not $40 million, claim EUV backers
resistion   2/2/2013 1:34:17 AM
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This has to go down as worst call by Intel, ever.

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re: EUV tool will cost $15-to-$20 million--not $40 million, claim EUV backers
double-o-nothing   10/16/2010 9:28:46 AM
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And remember, this claim was made a decade ago.

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re: EUV tool will cost $15-to-$20 million--not $40 million, claim EUV backers
resistion   10/16/2010 6:04:04 AM
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Flashback, lol. Shows history of EUV backers' unrealistic optimism.

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