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re: Report: Nikon to work with Intel to develop 450-mm wafer steppers
KarlFredrik   8/8/2012 8:20:43 AM
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Seems like Intel is hedging its bets.

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re: Report: Nikon to work with Intel to develop 450-mm wafer steppers
junko.yoshida   8/8/2012 3:27:10 PM
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Or, Nikon wants to make sure that it gets financial support from Intel.

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re: Report: Nikon to work with Intel to develop 450-mm wafer steppers
resistion   8/8/2012 3:58:50 PM
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Nikon has a longer tenure at Intel than ASML. They won't be shaken off easily. Intel was also comfortable to let Nikon solely handle the critical layers at 32 nm and 130 nm nodes.



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