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Tool Order: Strasbaugh ships another CMP tool to China

15 January 2009 | By Mark Osborne | News > Wafer Processing

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Strasbaugh has said it has shipped an nSpire R&D CMP system to China's Tianjin University of Technology in December, 2008. Recently, Strasbaugh announced a US$2.85 million order from a Chinese IC manufacturer. The nSpire will be installed in one of Tianjin's high-tech research and development laboratories, expanding the University's semiconductor R&D capability.

"Tianjin's researchers are devoted to knowledge advancement," said Professor Zhang Kailiang of Tianjin University, "and seek out opportunities for better learning at home and abroad."

Strasbaugh's sales and service representative in China, the 45th Research Institute of CETC, will be responsible for providing service and support to Tianjin University.

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