Online information source for semiconductor professionals

Nantero and SVTC team on carbon nano-tube process commercialization

Popular articles

New Product: Applied Materials new EUV reticle etch system provides nanometer-level accuracy - 19 September 2011

Oberai discusses Magma’s move into solar PV yield management space - 29 August 2008

‚??Velocity‚?? the new buzzword in Intel‚??s PQS annual awards - 12 April 2012

Applied Materials adds Jim Rogers to Board of Directors - 29 April 2008

TSMC honors suppliers at annual Supply Chain Management Forum - 03 December 2008

NanteroNantero is placing its ‘CMOS-friendly’ CNT process modules at SVTC’s two development fabs in the U.S. to allow for wider collaboration with potential licensees of Nantero’s technology and the ultimate aim of full commercialization. 

“By placing our CNT process module at SVTC, we are now able to support multiple co-development relationships across a growing array of CMOS-grade CNT devices,” said Greg Schmergel, CEO of Nantero. “Our development partners now have the opportunity to develop CNT products with us in a third-party environment utilizing state-of-the-art capabilities that will transfer efficiently to their own production environments.”

“SVTC is delighted to welcome Nantero as a partner,” said Dave Bergeron, SVTC’s CEO. “We have seen interest in CNTs coming from a number of companies looking to integrate CNTs with CMOS. Together, Nantero and SVTC have the technology and experience to accelerate their efforts.”

The companies noted that there is a huge gap between the promise of carbon nanotubes as demonstrated in research labs and being manufactured in high volumes within commercial products.

Related articles

SVTC and TSMC form stronger partnership to foster emerging technologies - 15 October 2009

SVTC enters the photovoltaic industry with aggressive R&D partnership program - 28 April 2008

Tool Order: Crossing Automation enters carbon nano-tube market with design win - 14 December 2010

Tool Order: SVTC to use Tegal‚??s etcher for MEMS and other device development - 16 June 2008

Duke University to develop IP on nanotubes to replace copper interconnects - 07 November 2005

Reader comments

No comments yet!

Post your comment

Name:
Email:
Please enter the word you see in the image below: