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March 18th, 2008

Vistec Electron Beam Lithography at Semicon China - Chinese Market gains in importance

Abstract:
Vistec Electron Beam Lithography Group presents its product portfolio of Gaussian Beam and Variable Shaped Beam systems at this year's Semicon China show. Semicon China gains in importance as China is a key area for growth in the semiconductor and microelectronics industry.

"We see a growing demand for our Gaussian Beam systems in China, especially
requests from universities have been increasing lately. Not to forget our Variable Shaped Beam systems, which also play an important role in our portfolio for the growing semiconductor industry in China. Semicon China as the premier semiconductor industry event on-site gives us the opportunity to analyze the requirements and helps us to thoroughly understand the development of the market in China", states Ines Stolberg, Manager Strategic Marketing Litho.

The company serves customers in the semiconductor industry, including compound semiconductor, mask making, advanced research, optics and emerging markets like nanotechnology. Vistec's product portfolio comprises leading-edge technology solution in all areas of advanced lithography such as production for direct write and mask making, applied research and nanotechnology. In Shanghai Vistec presents one Gaussian Beam and two Variable Shaped Beam systems.

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