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ASML and Philips take hit after cyberattack on VDL

ASML and Philips take hit after cyberattack on VDL

On the night of October 7th, all went wrong at VDL. The concern became the target of an organization-wide cyber attack. Production at several VDL companies was abruptly halted. Weeks later, the situation seems largely unchanged. Chip manufacturer ASML and technology company Philips announce that th... Read more

date2 years ago
Car chip shortage ease, smartphones could be next

Car chip shortage ease, smartphones could be next

Analysts think that the 2020-21 semiconductor shortage could run well into next year and affect smartphone manufacturers next. During an Automotive Press Association event in Detroit, the CEO of Stellantis (world’s no. 4 auto manufacturer), Carlos Tavares, said that the semiconductor crisis wi... Read more

date3 years ago
ASML’s second-quarter net profits rise by 38% as demand rallies

ASML’s second-quarter net profits rise by 38% as demand rallies

One of the world's biggest semiconductors suppliers, ASML, had an optimistic 2021 sales outlook released on Wednesday, where it announced a new share buyback as sales went up. Given that we are in the middle of a chip shortage, it is not surprising that ASML is confident about the future. On ear... Read more

date3 years ago
ASML CEO warns Europe not to ban export of technology  to China

ASML CEO warns Europe not to ban export of technology to China

Peter Wennink, the CEO of the EU’s highest-valued tech company said that Europe should not block exports of high-end technology to China, because doing so will only speed up Beijing’s plans to become superior in tech. The head of the Dutch chip printing giant ASML said that the EU should get... Read more

date3 years ago
ASML’s forecasts go up amid semiconductor shortage

ASML’s forecasts go up amid semiconductor shortage

ASML Holding is the world’s major supplier to semiconductor companies and managed to beat first-quarter net income forecasts on Wednesday, raising its full-year sales expectations. The reason for this is the global chip shortage with demand for chips going up. The company forecasts that full-y... Read more

date3 years ago
EU is striving for a larger share in semiconductor production

EU is striving for a larger share in semiconductor production

The European Union has set out a set of digital goals that it wants to achieve in the next decade. In it, the body says it wants to be responsible for a significant share of semiconductor production by 2030. There are already quite a few semiconductors produced in Europe, but according to Bloomb... Read more

date3 years ago
USA tries to prevent all export of ASML machines to China

USA tries to prevent all export of ASML machines to China

The United States is trying to prevent ASML from selling its chip machines to Chinese companies. In addition to the sale of the new EUV machines, the country says the sale of the older DUV machines must also be halted. In a report, the United States proposes a series of measures to ensure its le... Read more

date3 years ago
ASML: increased chip demand will not stop

ASML: increased chip demand will not stop

Ron Kool, executive vice president at ASML, doesn't expect the increased demand for fast chips to shrink back to pre-Covid levels. Both the computer and automotive industries are currently facing tightness due to tremendously high demand. "I think all over the place…the demand to our customers... Read more

date3 years ago
ASML will be training hundreds of EUV Engineers every year

ASML will be training hundreds of EUV Engineers every year

ASML has opened a new Global EUV Training Center in Taiwan to train 360 EUV Engineers annually to work in the EUV sector. The new 1.625-square-meter EUV training center in the Tainan Science Park will offer training courses for EUV (extreme ultraviolet) Engineers, including operating EUV machine... Read more

date4 years ago
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