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Dutch chip start-ups attract significant investment

Dutch chip start-ups attract significant investment

The chip industry in the Netherlands appears to be raising a lot of investment money for start-ups. The total amount of investment money for this sector is already growing for the fifth year in a row. Dutch start-ups operating in the semiconductor sector are attracting a lot of attention from i... Read more

date2 months ago
Dutch government works on strategy to keep ASML in the Netherlands

Dutch government works on strategy to keep ASML in the Netherlands

ASML's impending departure is a major concern for the outgoing Dutch administration. Consequently, the government wants to keep the chip machine manufacturer with all its might. At least that is what the secret plan 'Beethoven' reveals. Under the secret operation "Beethoven," the outgoing admin... Read more

date2 months ago
Latest ASML machine reaches “first light” milestone

Latest ASML machine reaches “first light” milestone

ASML's first shipped High-NA EUV scanner is functional. Head of Technology Development Ann Kelleher of first customer Intel confirms that "first light" has been achieved. An important milestone, although much work remains before chips with the new EUV technology are created. When the Twinscan EX... Read more

date2 months ago
Microsoft deal and ASML tech complete Intel resurgence

Microsoft deal and ASML tech complete Intel resurgence

Intel confirmed a deal worth over 15 billion dollar with Microsoft this week and is the first to receive ASML's latest equipment. Through its relaunched Foundry service, Intel will produce third-party chips, while a new roadmap also maps out Intel's resurgence in terms of its own offerings. It appe... Read more

date2 months ago
Samsung no longer holds ASML shares; puts chip production first

Samsung no longer holds ASML shares; puts chip production first

Samsung sold its entire stake in ASML late last year. The South Korean tech giant does not give a reason, but this was probably done to further boost activities surrounding its own chip production. Samsung disposed of its entire 0.4 percent stake in ASML in December 2023, Bloomberg writes. It is... Read more

date2 months ago
TU Eindhoven starts 5-day semiconductor program on Monday

TU Eindhoven starts 5-day semiconductor program on Monday

60 top talents from South Korean universities and Eindhoven University of Technology will attend the Eindhoven-South Korea Future Chips Academy program from Feb. 19 to Feb. 23. The initiative involves ASML, ASM, imec and NXP. An opening ceremony will occur on Monday morning, after which student... Read more

date2 months ago
Canon machines to become low-cost ASML alternative

Canon machines to become low-cost ASML alternative

Canon plans to deliver a new range of chip machines before the end of this year. Eventually capable of producing the world's most advanced processors, the equipment looks set to become much cheaper and more efficient than dominant market leader ASML. "We would like to start shipping this year or... Read more

date3 months ago
ASML might soon expand to other European countries

ASML might soon expand to other European countries

ASML warns it will give meaning to its "transition year" in yet another way if the Dutch government does not change its take on immigration policy. It is very clear in its wishes because the chip machine manufacturer needs foreign talent to keep developing itself. That focus on innovation has becom... Read more

date3 months ago
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