Intel's Director of Technology dismisses nanoimprint lithography for extreme-UV light in the semiconductor road map

We met with Paolo Gargini, Director of Technology Strategy at Intel Corporation and Chairman of the International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors (ITRS) last week. Paolo and his Intel colleagues believe that advances in strained silicon and extreme ultraviolet lithography will get Intel down t...

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