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Tech Cycles Can Change Fast. Stay Up to Speed.
By Gary Dagastine
Advanced data gathering and analysis, local and remote service and engineering expertise, global supply chains and integrated automation solutions are among the essential tools for enabling both greenfield and existing fabs to quickly achieve production goals, maximize profitability and capitalize on market opportunities.
By David Lammers
China’s initiatives to build more sophisticated greenfield semiconductor fabs come at a time when equipment and services suppliers such as Applied Materials are developing new ways to gather and analyze data.
By David Hanny & Shekar Krishnaswamy
Fully automated factory systems are fast becoming a necessity in semiconductor manufacturing, given today’s ultra-competitive markets, shorter product life-cycles, the growing use of semiconductors in new applications and the need to quickly set up greenfield fabs around the world.
By Mike Rosa, PhD.
Applied Materials will soon mark its thirty-fourth year in China, where, since 1984, its operations have grown to include more than 1,600 full-time employees supporting sales, service, and a rapidly growing Global Development Center (GDC) located in the ancient capital of Xi’an.
By Nanochip Staff
The annual Advanced Process Control Conference (APC) is the world’s leading forum for technologists in semiconductor manufacturing and related industries to discuss, debate and display the latest advanced process control trends, ideas, requirements, technical advancements and solutions.