TSMC Expects 10% Revenue Share & HPC Products From 5nm In 2020 - Confirms Customer Shift To 2nd Gen 5nm In 2021
Wccftech reports that TSMC latest manufacturing node marketed as '7nm' has enabled Santa Clara-based application processor and graphics processing unit designer Advanced Micro Devices Inc. to compete effectively with Intel Corporation in the microprocessor arena. The post TSMC Expects 10% Revenue Share & HPC Products From 5nm In 2020 - Confirms Customer Shift To 2nd Gen 5nm In 2021 by Ramish Zafar appeared first on Wccftech.
Scaled perovskite solar modules pass three critical stability tests
Eindhoven (Netherlands), Genk (Belgium) January 23, 2020 – Solliance partners TNO, imec and the Eindhoven University of Technology, demonstrated encapsulated perovskite solar modules fabricated using industrial processes that withstand three established lifetime tests, i.e. the light soak test, the damp-heat test and the thermal cycling test. It is for the first time this milestone is passed with scaled perovskite solar modules prepared by research organizations.
Program release - EFDS ALD for Industry 2020 in Freiburg, Germany (March 31-April 1)
A topical workshop with a focus on industrialization and commercialization of ALD for current and emerging markets
Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) is used to deposit ultraconformal thin films with sub-nm film thickness control. The method is unique in the sense that it employs sequential self-limiting surface reactions for growth in the monolayer thickness regime. Today, ALD is a critical technology in leading-edge semiconductor technology, and the field of application in other industries is increasing rapidly. According to the market estimates, the equipment market alone is currently at an annual revenue of US$ 1.8-1.9 billion (2018), and it is expected to double in the next 4-5 years. In a European context, ALD was invented independently twice in Europe (Russia & Finland), and since the last 15 years, Germany has grown to become one of the strongest European markets for ALD in R&D, chemicals, equipment, and end-users.
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