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Tool Order: Taiwan foundry to use Camtek‚??s Automatic Optical Inspection for 3D IC process

16 March 2010 | By Mark Osborne | News > Wafer Processing

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"This is our first penetration sale to this very important customer in Taiwan,” noted Mr. Roy Porat, Camtek's General Manager. “In addition to the potential of this customer becoming a significant customer in our future this sale further improves our position with other customers in the Taiwan Semiconductor Market."

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