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December 21st, 2006

Tegal Receives Order for 6500 From Skyworks Solutions, Inc.

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Tegal Corporation (Nasdaq:TGAL), a leading designer and manufacturer of plasma etch and deposition systems used in the production of integrated circuits and nanotechnology devices, today announced that it had received an order for an 6500 Advanced Etch cluster tool from Skyworks Solutions Inc. The system will be shipped to Skyworks' fab in Southern California and will be used to etch SiN and other critical thin-films on GaAs substrates. The devices produced on the 6500 system will be incorporated in a wide variety of wireless handset, automotive, broadband, cellular infrastructure, industrial and medical applications

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