Ninth Partner Joins Sub-32-nm Research

The nanotechnology research partnership deploys internal resources from core companies for long-range research. This addition benefits our research scope, said Gilbert Declerck, president and CEO, IMEC. “The partnership offers opportunities to enhance research activities and findings that align well with Micron’s future business goals. We are able to participate in a variety of research,” added Jill Thompson, media relations, Micron Technology, Inc. Previously, the partnership focused on logic with static random-access memory (SRAM) as a demonstrator cell, he added. Micron plans to engage in research with IMEC’s advanced flash memory program &#151 due to the company’s focus on memory and imaging.

(July 13, 2006) JERSEY CITY, NJ &#151 LG Electronics DS Division approved the ALPHA Vaculoy SACX lead-free alloy, from Cookson Electronics Assembly Materials, for wave solder. They will use it as their lead-free wave solder in the CD-ROM division. The alloy demonstrates faster wetting speeds and lowered bridging defects, according to the company.


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