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VLSI: ASML was No. 1 in tool sales in 2011

3/13/2012 10:53 PM EDT
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re: VLSI: ASML was No. 1 in tool sales in 2011
eejack   6/19/2013 4:37:31 PM
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If EUV does develop to commercial viability, does anyone have an idea of what the market is - i.e. how many units are projected to be sold over, say a ten year period?

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re: VLSI: ASML was No. 1 in tool sales in 2011
anonimus   6/22/2013 8:13:51 PM
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I don't think you understand how wavelength affects lithography... the manufacturers are currently at 193 in wavelength yet are patterning 28nm (and beyond) now you say 12.5nm (which is incorrect actually) will be one node? Once EUV is up and working it will literally be able to pattern all the way down to 1 (maybe beyond?)

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