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Tool Order: Inotera places equipment orders worth US$17 million with Applied Materials

25 January 2011 | By Mark Osborne | News > Wafer Processing

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DRAM memory manufacturer, Inotera Memories has placed equipment orders with Applied Materials to the value of approximately US$17.3 million. Inotera is currently migrating from its own DDR2 processes to Micron Technologies stack DDR 3 processes at the 50nm node. Specific equipment details were not disclosed by Inotera.

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