Posts Tagged ‘Samsung’

Monday, March 21st, 2011

SPIE Advanced Lithography 2011 showed few new tools or techniques, but many new materials and integration tricks to extend 193i into double-patterning for IC HVM, while EUV and DSA developments continue according to expert Dr. M. David Levenson of BetaSights.

Friday, January 7th, 2011

IEDM 2010 showed evolutions of NAND Flash with ALD IPD and ECC to 1Xnm node processing, and embedded-DRAM (eDRAM) capacitor stacks in porous low-k, meaning mainstream memory technologies will continue to dominate commercial volumes.

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

Samsung has launched a new press release for “super-thin LED monitors” ( that are really LCDs with LED backlight units (BLU). The company’s new P2370L is just 16.5mm thick and uses white LED instead of cold cathode fluorescent lamp (CCFL) illumination. Compared to CCLF units, LED BLUs consume 30% less energy, are constructed without mercury, […]