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The parent company of Cymer is expanding its clean room manufacturing facilities in San Diego and elsewhere to produce the next generation of complex lasers used in semiconductor production. Netherlands company which purchased Cymer earlier this year
The Dutch firm is seen as a barometer for the health of Europe's technology sector, and its upbeat outlook suggests manufacturers are betting on continued consumer appetite for the latest mobile gadgets. "We expect the first half of 2014 will be good,
Holding NV , the largest equipment supplier to semiconductor makers such as Intel Corp. and Samsung Inc. , says its net profit fell to 221 million ($290 million) in the second quarter, from 292 in the same period last year. Sales for the quarter were
The Institute for Nanolithography will work on developing a new generation of chip machines based on extreme ultraviolet lithography...A further 50m investment is being made by other research groups.
Nevertheless, sales were down 16% and net profit 22% on 2011's performance. The company said in a statement it plans net sales for 2013 at a similar level to that of 2012, with a slow Q1 start, recovering in Q2 and a relatively large second half'.
ted Topics ASML's logo is seen on the day of the presentation of the 2011 fourth quarter and annual results in Veldhoven January 18, 2012. Credit: Reuters/Robin van Lonkhuijsen/United Photos VELDHOVEN Thu Jan 17, 2013 1:52am EST VELDHOVEN (Reuters) -
Chief Financial Officer Peter Wennink told a conference organised by Morgan Stanley that the outlook for memory chips for 2013 was "a pretty dire picture"...He said, however, that demand in the logic chip industry would remain strong, adding that
Holding NV, the biggest supplier of equipment to semiconductor manufacturers, has offered to buy Cymer Inc. of the U.S. for around $2.55 billion in cash and shares...Cymer share represents a 61 percent premium to Cymer's average closing price over
It makes lithography machines, which use intensely focused beams of light to help map out the circuitry of computer chips.
Monday said South Korea's Samsung Electronics would invest 276 million euros ($345.5 million) in its research into costly next-generation chipmaking technology.