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Analyst: Applied to roll shallow trench CVD tool

8/23/2010 07:32 AM EDT
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phoenixdave
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phoenixdave   8/24/2010 3:11:13 AM
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Not bad for a process that's been around since the mid-70's. The materials and application layers may have changed, but the basic process still stands the test of time. Motorola has some great ideas back in their heyday...

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Sheetal.Pandey   8/23/2010 9:01:44 PM
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Applied being leader in chip based fab tool, its some interesting news.

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mark.lapedus   8/23/2010 7:49:38 AM
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I am surprised spin-on is back. It is making a comeback. Not in low-k apps, where it flopped. IBM pushed spin-on in low-k. IBM failed to make it work. But now, spin-on is back in STI. Interesting indeed..

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