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Cymer delivers 2nd gen solution for reduction of neon consumption on ArF light sources

Dec 17, 19:03

Cymer, an ASML company engaged in the development of lithography light sources used by chipmakers to pattern advanced semiconductor chips, has announced the availability of its second-generation...

Cymer extends DUV for 14nm with new products

Feb 26, 13:44

Cymer, an ASML company developing lithography light sources used by chipmakers to pattern advanced semiconductor chips, has announced the shipment of its first XLR 700ix light source...

Cymer unveils new DUV immersion light source

Dec 1, 15:54

Cymer, an ASML company, has announced its new argon fluoride (ArF) immersion light source, the XLR 700ix. Built on the XLR platform, the 700ix provides improvements in bandwidth,...

ASML lands rising EUV equipment orders; looking to expand capacity

Sep 11, 14:07

ASML's new EUV system, the NXE:3300B, has obtained 18 orders. In order to meet customer demand, the lithography tool vendor is looking to boost its production capacity for EUV tool...

ASML to acquire litho light source supplier Cymer

Oct 18, 10:25

ASML and Cymer have entered into a definitive agreement under which ASML will acquire all outstanding shares of Cymer in a cash-and-stock transaction currently valued at EUR1.95 billion...

Cymer expects revenues to double

Jul 15, 17:05

Cymer expects its business to double by 2015 from 2010 thanks to development of the company's emerging products. Specializing in excimer laser illumination sources for deep ultraviolet...

Cymer installs 60-90W light source at Nikon

Jul 23, 09:32

Cymer's XLR 600ix light source has been integrated into a scanner at Nikon, and successfully installed at the Asia-based chipmaker. The 60-90 watt (60-90W) immersion light source...

Cymer XLR 600ix

Cymer ships laser-produced plasma EUV lithography source to ASML

Jul 14, 15:15

Cymer, which specializes in excimer laser illumination sources for deep ultraviolet (DUV) photolithography systems, has kicked off shipments of what it claims is the world's first...

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