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Thursday 12th December 2002
DuPont Photomasks’ European production facilities in Rousset, France and Hamburg, Germany, are to be “consolidated” into the company’s site Corbeil, France, in a cost cutting effort.
Thursday 12th December 2002
Novellus Systems closed its acquisition of SpeedFam-IPEC - a supplier of CMP systems used in the fabrication of advanced copper interconnects.
Thursday 12th December 2002
Infineon Technologies and Semiconductor Manufacturing International (SMIC) of China are to co-operate on the production of standard memory chips (DRAMs).
Thursday 12th December 2002
Researchers from Agere Systems claim that electrical breakdown in thin-film dielectrics is based on an uncorrelated build-up of defects (Nature, November 28, 2002). This contrasts with thick films where the presence of defects makes it easier for new ones to form resulting in a catastrophic failure. The scientists compared measurements on 100 FETs with an uncorrelated model and found good agreement.
Thursday 12th December 2002
The draft Sixth Framework Program (FP6) information society technologies (IST) research agenda for the European Union contains plans for pushing the limits of CMOS and preparing for post-CMOS and micro and nano system development. The draft is in the process of European Commission adoption and is not a binding document.
Thursday 12th December 2002
This week is the International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM), December 8-11, in San Francisco, California. We have presented some of the research already in previous weeks. Here are some details of work at STMicroelectronics, IBM and of collaboration at Toshiba and Sony.
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Wednesday 11th December 2002
Infineon Technologies presented nine reports on technology development and new research to the 2002 International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM), December 9-11, 2002.
Tuesday 10th December 2002
SUSS MicroTec says it offers a cost-effective alternative to high-resolution electron beam lithography for printing sub-100nm geometries with three embossing tools based on its mask aligner and bonding tools.
Monday 9th December 2002
Infineon Technologies and Semiconductor Manufacturing International (SMIC) of China are to co-operate on the production of standard memory chips (DRAMs).
Friday 6th December 2002
Donaldson High Purity Products, a division of the Donaldson Company, Inc. focused on the design and manufacture of gas-phase contaminant filtration solutions for the semiconductor industry, today announced immediate availability of a new point-of-use filter. Designed in cooperation with major optical lithography tool manufacturers and employing multiple filtration mechanisms, the LITHOGUARD POU effectively controls gas-phase contamination that effects image quality and causes degradation of optical elements, thereby improving yield rates and increasing uptime of lithography exposure tools. With the capability for removing bases, acids and organic gas phase contaminants at high efficiencies, the LITHOGUARD POU is ideal for the chemical filtration of pressurized air streams in critical point-of-use applications. For more information: http://www.donaldson.com/en/semiconductor/index.html Or e-mail : [email protected]
Friday 6th December 2002
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Friday 6th December 2002
Texas Instruments topped rankings for wireless communication IC supply with forecast 2002 sales of $1.85bn, according to IC Insights.
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Thursday 5th December 2002
Agility Communications, Alcatel Optronics and Bookham Technology announced a multi-source agreement (MSA) for tunable laser sources.
Thursday 5th December 2002
IC test system supplier Credence Systems has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire US company Optonics, a supplier of emission-based optical diagnostics and failure analysis (FA).
Thursday 5th December 2002
Tokyo Electron (TEL) has announced the production and delivery schedule for its next generation 300mm coater/developer, Clean Track Lithius, to begin shipments in January 2004.
Thursday 5th December 2002
IBM and Singapore foundry Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing have made a joint development and manufacturing agreement.
Wednesday 4th December 2002
DuPont Photomasks European production facilities in Rousset, France and Hamburg, Germany, are to be "consolidated" into the companys site Corbeil, France, in a cost cutting effort.
Tuesday 3rd December 2002
Singapore foundry Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing reports improved expectations in Q4. Revenues, shipments and fab utilisation levels are all set to be higher than previous guidance (October 25, 2002) suggested.
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Tuesday 3rd December 2002
Toshiba and Sony are claiming the worlds first 65nm CMOS process technology for embedded DRAM system LSI (large scale integration) chips.
Monday 2nd December 2002
Researchers from France and the Netherlands have found that multiwalled carbon nanotubes can have a "reduced brightness" ten times larger than state-of-the-art electron sources for microscope systems (Nature, November 28, 2002).
Monday 2nd December 2002
Germanys Institut fuer Mikrotechnik Mainz (IMM) has applied for a patent on miniaturised analysis system for the detection of TNT (2,4,6-trinitrotoluene) in environmental samples. The system provides for a fast on-site analysis of TNT, its decomposition products (metabolites) and pesticides in water and soil.
Monday 2nd December 2002
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Monday 2nd December 2002
Swedish mask writing tool producer Micronic has withdrawn its forecast for 2002 and is to reduce costs. The company says that a weak semiconductor market continues to affect its customers. Micronic has been notified of a further push out in the shipment of the companys second Sigma system, planned for delivery in Q4, 2002.
Saturday 30th November 2002
Infineon has ordered a 200mm laser dicing system (LDS 200A) from Swiss company Synova.

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