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Semicon preview: Startup, TSV tools to emerge

7/7/2010 04:56 PM EDT
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re: Semicon preview: Startup, TSV tools to emerge
phoenixdave   7/7/2010 10:57:54 PM
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I'm excited to see the renewed energy and innovation from the fab tool vendors. Seems to show that the predictions and gloomy outlooks voiced over the last year for the market may have been premature. Hopeful signs for the future?

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re: Semicon preview: Startup, TSV tools to emerge
goafrit   7/7/2010 10:44:52 PM
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This is very excellent and interesting. It is always good to know that innovation that is taking place in the industry. LED is going to become a big deal and the industry will be transformed by it from TV to lighting. Certainly is a show to attend.

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