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Tool Order: Toshiba selects Cymer as 300mm fab laser light source supplier

08 July 2008 | By Mark Osborne | News > Lithography

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"This agreement symbolizes Cymer's strong commitment to Toshiba's business model and long-term success, as well as the rising adoption of our next-generation XLR technology among top global chipmakers," said Ed Brown, President and COO for Cymer. "We look forward to supporting Toshiba's aggressive productivity improvement objectives for years to come."

The contract also includes Cymer's ‘By the Pulse Program’ and its ‘Gas Lifetime eXtension’ (GLX) control system.

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