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September 3rd, 2007

EUV Plows Ahead Regardless

Abstract:
When it comes to extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography, there have long been the never-say-die champions of the technology (with Intel leading the way), and there have been the naysayers (particularly from the nanoimprint camp). But despite the progress that has been made in EUV technology, there seem to be a quickly growing number of industry experts who are willing to speak out against EUV viability. It has become a fiercely political battle, with many of the industry's brightest minds jumping ship rather than be forced to continue to work on a technology that makes little sense to them.

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