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December 29th, 2006
Applied Materials growth into new nanotechnology markets, including products like flat-panel displays, solar cells, and flexible electronics are all based on a complete understanding of their core technologies.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has predicted that the market for non-IC (integrated circuit) nanotechnologies will exceed $1 trillion by 2015. Applied Materials, Inc., Santa Clara, Calif., aims to get its fair share of that pie by creating the equipment that will be used to manufacture those products.
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