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Tool Order: Major foundry orders US$10 million worth of Bruker metrology tools

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Bruker's InSight 3D Atomic Force MicroscopeBruker has received over US$10 million in orders for its metrology tools from an unnamed global semiconductor foundry. Bruker will supply a range of its products, including the fully automated InSight 3D atomic force microscopes (AFMs), D8 Fabline and D8 Discover X-ray diffraction systems and the S2 Picofox portable bench-top TXRF spectrometers to the company.

“These recent orders are a validation of the synergy we anticipated with our inclusion in the Bruker family,” said Dean Dawson, senior director for Product Line Management of Bruker’s AFM business. “We are pleased that the InSight 3D-AFM is continuing its acceptance in semiconductor fabs. With its accurate, inline, three-dimensional, 22-nanometer measurement capabilities, the InSight is enabling semiconductor manufacturers to reduce their process development times for advanced technology nodes and shorten their time to market.”

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