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wilber_xbox
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good news
wilber_xbox   7/30/2014 2:16:01 PM
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This will for sure put some cheers on the face of semiconductor manufacturing industry as this will ultimately result in lower cost and complexicity. However, ASML has to go a long way to give more than 100wph that will make EUV truely production ready.

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Intel has 10nm w/o EUV
rick merritt   7/30/2014 1:48:11 PM
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This just in from Intel fellow Mark Bohr:

"Intel has a way to achieve good density and good cost-per-transistor on our 10 nm technology without the use of EUV. 

We are continuing to explore EUV and non-EUV options for our 7nm technology."

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