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weVISION: New Semiconductor Challenges for Moore's Law in EUV, 450mm, interconnect & the new role for constortia . . . with Dan Armbrust

Posted on: 13-Nov-2009

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Dan Armbrust is the new President and CEO of SEMATECH, coming from IBM, where he was Vice President of Semiconductor Operations. We had a chance to sit down with him and ask what are the challenges and were he sees the world of Nanotechnology going. This video starts with a discussion of the challenges to the fundamental vectors the semiconductor industry has been built on and the fact that Moore’s Law is getting more expensive, leading to fewer, weaker suppliers. We delve into why.

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