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Japanese EUV litho consortium goes global

9/14/2011 11:04 AM EDT
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resistion
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re: Japanese EUV litho consortium goes global
resistion   9/14/2011 12:08:45 PM
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So the top five begin the pushout...

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Diogenes53   9/15/2011 4:36:34 AM
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Yet another x-ray lithography consortium. I wonder how many of these have been formed, burned millions (or more?), and died over the past 3-4 decades. Do we think renaming x-ray "EUV" will render the overwhelming technical and economic challenges mere minor engineering modifications? We've been expecting x-ray since optical was supposed to run out of gas at 1 micron. If this is incubation, a C-section or abortion is long overdue.

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resistion   11/11/2011 12:18:46 PM
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Micron and Elpida did not join EIDEC. Nor did GlobalFoundries.

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