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Founded Jan 1967
Headquarters Santa Clara, CA, USA

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AMAT Applied Materials 21:00 GMT 15.73 +0.08 +0.51% 7792323 N/A -0.322 18.901B

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  • Chipmakers plough cash into EUV

    Andrew Grenville, Inpria's chief executive told Oregon Live that Samsung Venture Investment Corp. led the round, joined by Intel Capital and Applied Ventures – the venture capital arm of equipment-maker Applied Materials.
  • 450mm wafers inch towards production

    Enable 450 has been in existence for a year and has eleven members including ASM International, Applied Materials Israel, ASML Netherlands, the French atomic energy agency (CEA-LETI), Fraunhofer IISB, market research company Future Horizons, Intel Performance Learning, Interuniversitair Micr-Electro
  • Applied Materials continues to suffer

    Troubled US chipmaker Applied Materials is continuing to suffer and said that it will cut its workforce by between six and nine percent to reduce costs.
  • Intel and Microsoft face China crisis

    AnalysisOther doom was clearer after Applied Materials, Intel's largest supplier, cut its annual targets last week, citing delayed orders for its chipmaking equipment because of weaker end-market demand for semiconductors in the same regions.
  • Tech shares are doomed

    We have already seen profit warnings from AMD, Applied Materials and Informatica and no one can see how the bigger companies can do anything better.
  • Applied Materials builds vertically stacked, 3D transistors

    Applied Materials has been showing off its new etching system which it claims can create vertically stacked, three-dimensional transistors. The Centura Avatar process is supposed to fix problems facing manufacturers who are interested in 3D NAND.
  • China upending solar tools industry

    Equipment giant Applied Materials will be the biggest beneficiary in revenues. It is accompanied by a new string of Chinese tool suppliers, according to NPD Solarbuzz, including Apollo, 48th Research Institute, Jinggong and Jingyuntong.
  • Scales fall off entrepreneurs’ eyes

    Silicon Valley comes to OxfordThe final plenary session of Silicon Valley comes to Oxford was all about “scaling”.  This is biz jargon for coping with your company as it gets bigger and bigger. And the first to speak was Tom Hayes, who works for Marvell now but has also worked for HP, Applied Materials and AMD.
  • Adverse economic winds dent Applied’s profits

    Equipment maker Applied Materials turned in its fourth quarter.
  • High efficency cells could sort solar slump

    With research labs like ECN and Fraunhofer, as well as equipment firms such as Applied Materials and Manz Automation AG, onside IHS reckons the new technology should be viable soon enough.
  • Wolfson proves that there's no cash in mobile

    Peel Hunt analyst Alex Jarvis has warned that the sharp reduction in customer orders was consistent across the industry, with Applied Materials and Novellus reporting similar patterns. This means that things are not going swimmingly in the mobile market as many had expected.
  • Varian investor cries foul play at Applied Materials deal

    LawVarian Semiconductor Equipment Associates (VSEA) is facing the wrath of one of its investors over a $5 billion merger with Applied Materials.
  • Applied shells out $5 billion to buy Varian

    Applied Materials has organised 13 buy out deals in the past five years. This is the biggest deal in the technology-equipment industry for nearly five years.
  • Solar photovoltaic industry turns aggressive

    According to Finlay Colville , Senior Analyst at Solarbuzz, fab investments during 2011 are providing opportunities for the PV equipment supply-chain.
  • Applied Materials sells more kit

    FinancialApplied Materials reported its net revenue for its first quarter of fiscal 2011 was $2.69 billion, compared to $1.85 billion in the same period of 2010 and $2.89 billion in one quarter ago. The company's net profit soared from $83 million one year ago to $506 million.
  • PV manufacturing equipment rises to $2.9 billion in Q4 10

    It is noted that leading equipment suppliers Applied Materials, Centrotherm, GT Solar and Meyer Burger are now trending with ttm PV revenues that exceed $500m.
  • PV market reaches $10bn manufacturing equipment revenues

    Solarbuzz analysis has shown that equipment revenues in total will exceed the $10 billion level during 2010, with a market leader, Applied Materials being the first equipment supplier to pass the $1 billion threshold for specific tools within a twelve month trended period.
  • Applied Materials' sales orders soared by 150 percent

    FinancialSales of manufacturing equipment for semiconductors, flat panel displays and solar kit meant Applied Materials turned in net sales of $2.89 billion and net profit of $468 million for its fourth financial quarter.

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