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Windows NT-based Manufacturing Execution Systems

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KURT MILNE, Camstar Systems, Inc., Campbell, CA, USA
DAVID HAMU, TRW Integrated Supply Chain Solutions, Phoenix, AZ, USA


This article takes a pragmatic approach to the consideration of Windows NT as the platform of choice for a computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM) application framework for fab and assembly operations. Readers will be encouraged to look at the present state of Windows NT, specifically as it relates to business- and systems-level requirements in semiconductor manufacturing. The focus is placed on key issues that manufacturers should consider when evaluating Windows NT as the platform for a homogeneous, component-based CIM architecture with a manufacturing execution system at its core.

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