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April 22nd, 2005
Looking to future trends semiconductor manufacturing, Sonderman sees nanotechnology playing an increasingly important role, but it will not all be about doing it smaller, it will also be about doing it smarter.
“For a long time the industry just focused on making things smaller. But the new thrust is adding more and more exotic materials to extend the life of semiconductors.
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