Mentor Graphics Corp., a leader in electronic design automation, and STMicroelectronics one of the world's leading semiconductor suppliers, today announced a broad-scoped collaboration to develop advanced design solutions at the 32-nm technology node and down to 20-nm node.
Novellus Systems today announced the establishment of a joint development program with the IBM Corporation to design a manufacturing-worthy, copper-based, three dimensional semiconductor Through-Silicon Via process using Novellus' SABRE copper electroplating and VECTOR plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition systems.
Camtek Ltd. announced today that a leading Semiconductor Foundry in Taiwan has selected the Falcon, Camtek's Automatic Optical Inspection system, for metrology and inspection solution for the 3D integration circuits process.
For a limited time, and only available online, these special web promotions include a price reduction on Zeiss's top-rated stereomicroscopy instrument and a 5 percent discount for conversion of certain existing models of Zeiss research microscopes into a 3D imaging workstation.
Seiko Instruments Inc. has succeeded in developing a high precision siliconbased MEMS resonator. In addition, it has also succeeded in the development of a new wafer level packaging technology for vacuum sealing MEMS devices.
Envia Systems announced today that it was awarded a $4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) newly formed Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) and $1 million from the California Energy Commission (CEC).
Advanced Diamond Technologies announces UNCD T30TM, a new addition to its growing UNCD family of diamond materials. UNCD T30 is specifically optimized to withstand fluid loss or dry running in mechanical seals for fluid pumps.
Illumina, Inc. today unveiled its new HumanOmniExpress+ Custom BeadChip (OmniExpress+), an enhancement to the recently announced OmniExpress BeadChip that allows for the addition of up to 200,000 custom variants for a total of >900k variants per sample.
Energy harvesting is used by the ABB R+D Centers Ladenburg, Germany and Daettwil, Switzerland, and Micropelt, Freiburg, Germany to replace the battery with an unlimited, green, sustainable, maintenance-free power supply.