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re: Analyst: Samsung hogging litho supply chain
resistion   2/21/2010 6:18:54 PM
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For those waiting on line for an immersion tool, it will pay off to practice their double patterning on a dry tool, they would get a nice resolution head start.

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re: Analyst: Samsung hogging litho supply chain
resistion   9/21/2010 4:21:35 PM
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Wonder if this is still going on. Taiwan will probably consider ordering Nikon tools, and litigating Samsung.

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re: Analyst: Samsung hogging litho supply chain
resistion   6/2/2011 9:48:28 PM
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Wonder if Samsung's orders have already been filled.

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re: Analyst: Samsung hogging litho supply chain
resistion   3/9/2012 6:47:17 PM
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They did this for 2x nm, will they repeat for 1x nm?



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