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The new three times larger laboratory equipped with cutting-edge equipment will open in Shin-Kawasaki. Hitachi Chemical announces the relocation of its Open Laboratory (Tsukuba, Ibaraki Prefecture) to Kawasaki City (Shin-Kawasaki), Kanagawa Prefecture, in order to strengthen the laboratory’s functions.

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SK Hynix  announced it will construct a new memory semiconductor FAB in Cheongju, Chungcheongbuk-do to meet increasing NAND Flash demand. This is a part of a mid/long-term investment plan that SK Hynix declared at M14 completion ceremony in August 2015. At that time, the Company said it could spend 46 trillion won to set up 3 new FABs in Icheon and Cheongju including the M14.

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New round signals Nantero's continued strong customer support.

Nantero the nanotechnology company developing next-generation memory using carbon nanotubes, announced the closing of an over $21 million financing round. The lead investor in the round was Globespan Capital Partners and also included participation from both new and existing strategic and financial investors.

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Plasma-Therm has been selected by the ASE Group (Advanced Semiconductor Engineering) to provide plasma dicing capability at their Chung-Li, Taiwan facility. The Plasma Dicing on Tape (PDOT) production system will be available for customer demonstrations, development and prototyping in early 2017.

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Driven by rising demand for thinner wafers and stronger die, dicing technology is evolving. According to Yole Développement in its Thin Wafer Processing & Dicing Equipment Market report, the dicing equipment market reached more than US$100 million in 2015 and will double by 2020-2021.

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Qualcomm announced that its subsidiary, Qualcomm Technologies and Samsung Electronics have extended their decade-long strategic foundry collaboration to manufacture Qualcomm Technologies’ latest Snapdragon premium processor, Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 835, with Samsung’s 10-nanometer (nm) FinFET process technology.

The decision to use Samsung’s cutting edge process in the next generation premium processor highlights Qualcomm Technologies’ continued dedication in being the technology actor in mobile platforms.

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