Mike Splinter believes that Moore’s Law will continue, thanks on the creativity and passion of engineers who will keep it going.
Splinter has guided Applied through big transitions and a new giant merger with Tokyo Electron.
R&D for the next-generation may be so high that regulators may see this merger as good for the industry.
The mega-deal will create the behemoth in the semiconductor manufacturing equipment field.
Santa Clara University is one of the many educational institutions who have developed programs aimed at social entrepreneurs, and last Thursday, 13 social enterprises gave speed pitches to a room of impact investors as part of the Global Social Benefit Incubator (GSBI) Accelerator Showcase.
Applied Materials announces Dickerson will replace longtime boss Mike Splinter.
Applied Materials will make it easier for chip makers to bring on 20-nanometer manufacturing.
Making transistors smaller and smaller has enabled the computer revolution and the $1 trillion-plus electronics industry. But if some smart scientist doesn’t figure out how to make copper wires better, progress could grind to a halt.
Applied Materials’ new technology will make even better displays possible.
Applied Materials is the bellwether of bellwethers for the electronics industry, as it is the world’s largest maker of chip manufacturing equipment. So it’s good to know that the company beat earnings expectations today for its first fiscal quarter ended Jan. 29.
Two big chip manufacturing equipment companies are getting together so they can take on the giant of their industry. Lam Research said today that it is acquiring Novellus Systems for $3.3 billion in an all-stock deal.
Applied Materials has announced a new tool for reducing the power chips consume, enabling a new generation of powerful new gadgets with longer battery life.
Applied Materials, a provider of manufacturing equipment for solar panel manufacturers, unveiled a new manufacturing process that would give solar panel manufacturers the ability to make more efficient solar panels.
As far as electronics suppliers go, Applied Materials has pretty deep insight into the future demand for tech goods. It is the world’s largest supplier of equipment for manufacturing semiconductor chips. And today, the company said that it doesn’t really like what it sees.
The next wave of the electronic display industry will come in the form of small portable devices such as foldable 3D TVs and wall-sized displays such as interactive signs.
Applied Materials, the largest producer of chip making equipment, announced today that it has created a new generation of machines that will be able to deposit thin layers of atoms on tiny chips.
Applied Materials, the largest maker of chip making equipment, announced what it called a “breakthrough” technology in manufacturing chips that could become critical for continued technological progress in electronics for years to come.