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ASML touts EUV progress, guides for better Q1 sales

1/18/2012 06:38 PM EST
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re: ASML touts EUV progress, guides for better Q1 sales
resistion   1/19/2012 1:30:25 AM
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At the conference call, Meurice had to admit EUV was more complicated than they had expected, so they could only give best case timeline and prepare in case no EUV by a certain year.

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any1   1/20/2012 6:07:24 PM
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I've read that Intel has already frozen design rules for 14 nm so no EUV insertion for them until 11 nm node at the earliest. So how many generations would be left for EUV after that? Does that make EUV a two to three node technology for Intel? Can that possibly make economic sense for them or any one else?

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