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Tool Order: Inotera Memories places multiple system order with Hitachi Kokusai

28 February 2011 | By Mark Osborne | News > Wafer Processing

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Inotera Memories, which is currently migrating from its own DDR2 processes to Micron Technologies stack DDR3 processes at the 50nm node has placed a multiple systems order with Hitachi Kokusai Electronics, worth approximately US$21.9 million. Hitachi Kokusai is a long-standing supplier of vertical furnaces to Inotera’s 300mm DRAM fabs.

Inotera has previously used several vertical furnace suppliers rather than being dependent on a single supplier. Inotera recently placed an order with TEL, which has previously been a supplier of diffusion furnaces to the Taiwan-based DRAM producer.

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