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There was a period, one that ended five or more years ago, when the semiconductor equipment industry put nearly all of its attention into improving 300mm manufacturing. Then smartphone sales exploded.

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High factory yield and output are the foundation of financial performance in a semiconductor fab, and matched performance across all chambers in a fleet is a key mechanism for enhancing factory performance.
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Nanochip Express - Spring 2015

Big data configurations for streamlined data analysis and predictive solutions.

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Nanochip Express - Spring 2015

200mm semiconductor manufacturing fabs must produce parts at the absolute lowest possible cost given the highly competitive markets for the analog, power, MEMs and other widely used products they manufacture.

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Nanochip Express - Spring 2015

Demand for legacy tools remains strong, but the supply of used platforms is drying up, prompting some suppliers to build new.

The law of supply and demand is holding true in the market for equipment capable of processing 200mm and smaller wafers. Over the past few years, the brisk production of sensors, MEMS, power ICs and other devices which do not require leading-edge processes, has resulted in rising demand for 200mm tools.

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Seehack Foo, vice president of the Applied Global Services (AGS) Semiconductor Service and Components group, defines ”service” as doing what it takes to enable customers’ success with their Applied Materials equipment.
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Enhancing the capabilities and extending the useful life of existing semiconductor production equipment allows manufacturers to extend process capability, increase flexibility and lower wafer cost.
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Power semiconductors and MEMS-based sensors and actuators are fundamental to the advanced capabilities and effective power management of mobile products and advanced systems.
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Voice of the customer drives Applied’s continuous improvement initiatives. Applied Materials’ success depends on serving customers well—not just once, but over and over, as new generations of devices and production tools evolve.
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Rapidly test dispatching rules without impacting production.
Factory-wide continuous improvement programs often include efforts to improve dispatching rules for meeting cycle-time commitments and increase throughput for bottleneck tools.
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