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Applied has introduced a new method of tungsten gap fill for logic contacts and local interconnects that will help improve the yield of next-generation devices. Learn why it’s so significant.
New materials engineering innovations significantly reduce contact resistance, making it possible to extend tungsten metallization to next-generation devices.
New solutions to building DRAMs based on innovations in materials engineering that overcome scaling challenges.
This post examines why contact resistance is becoming a major factor limiting transistor performance as logic devices continue to scale downward.
Cisco's partnership, support and continuous delivery of new innovations have earned the company the Applied Materials IT Supplier of the Year Award.
In this blog post, I discuss why RC delay is a major issue in the continued downward scaling of logic and memory devices.
A review of the integration and high-volume manufacturing challenges of new memories to be discussed at IITC this week.
Applied Materials is chairing a panel discussion with memory technology leaders including Intel, Samsung, SK hynix and Western Digital to address new types of storage class memory as part of the eighth IEEE International Memory Workshop on May 16.
Applied Materials once again placed on Corporate Responsibility Magazine’s 100 Best Corporate Citizens List for outstanding CSR performance.
Applied Materials is committed to hands-on, environmental education programs around the world.
Applied's Shirley Hemar talks about the higher inspection sensitivity requirements of manufacturing 10nm and beyond designs and how the UVision 7’s technical innovations meet the scaling challenges.
Applied Materials employees raised $1.6 million for food banks across the country. Approximately 3.2 million meals for families in need!
Applied Ventures reflects on a decade of successful investments around the globe in core technologies – and exciting new whitespace areas of opportunity.
The Applied Materials Blog Team wishes you Happy Holidays! http://bit.ly/JLX7ze
Over the past 20 years, Applied Materials employees have packed an impressive 78,000 boxes with more than 25 million pounds of food to help alleviate hunger in Silicon Valley.
The Turkey Trot has become a tradition for families, a reunion for colleagues, and a source of greatly needed funds for local charities. This year 26,000 participants raised more than $800,000.