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Tool Order: Inotera places US$74.6 million follow-on order with ASML

27 April 2011 | By Mark Osborne | News > Lithography

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A single order worth approximately US$74.6 million has been placed by DRAM memory manufacturer, Inotera Memories with lithography equipment supplier ASML. The deal follows-on from a recent US$23.2 million tool order with the Dutch firm.

Based on ASML’s average selling prices, Inotera could have possibly purchased three ArF immersion tools or several more KrF tools, which are seen as a strong indicator of fab capacity expansions.

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