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CIMAC to sell Korean firms automation software in U.S.

26 September 2008 | By Mark Osborne | News > Fab Management

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“With the success of their products at Samsung, Hynix and LG, IT Innovation products have quickly become a very viable option for factory automation software,” commented Yezala Abayneh, President & CEO of CIMAC. “Their products are reliable and easy to integrate. We look forward to helping them continue to service the semiconductor segment and building their solar business.”

IT Innovation’s XGem equipment communication product is claimed to take 65 percent less time to integrate in a typical 300mm fab compared to rival offerings.

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