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December 1st, 2009

Semefab to spend $11 million building a CMOS fab

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Semefab (Scotland) Ltd. (Glenrothes, Scotland) has started building its CMOS3 wafer fab to support front-end processing of MEMS structures.

Semefab, with financial support from Scottish Enterprise and the United Kingdom government's Technology Strategy Board, is spending ٤.6 million (about $11 million) to create a 0.5-micron capable CMOS facility, to support its MEMS manufacturing capability.

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