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January 12th, 2005
Now that it has proven immersion lithography is viable in the lab, IBM Corp.'s Microelectronics Group on Monday (Jan. 10) said it will insert the technology within its 300-mm production fab.
Many expect immersion to emerge in production fabs at the 45-nm node, which is expected in the 2007 time frame.
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