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Tool Order: Inotera purchases equipment from TEL, Lam and Novellus

04 March 2011 | By Mark Osborne | News > Wafer Processing

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This week DRAM memory manufacturer, Inotera Memories has placed a batch of equipment orders with three leading equipment suppliers, Tokyo Electron, Lam Research and Novellus Systems. Inotera is migrating technology to Micron’s stack DDR 3 50nm process. Specific equipment details were not disclosed by Inotera.

Inotera placed orders worth approximately US$28.4 million with TEL. Novellus received purchase orders amounting to approximately US$23.9 million and Lam Research received orders worth approximately US$21.2 million.

Inotera has spent approximately US$120.8 million on capital equipment so far this year.

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