semiconductor industry is replacing nickel silicide with titanium silicide as the connect material in chips. Applied Materials ' AMAT thermal tools, which dominate nickel silicide annealing, aren't suited for titanium silicide annealing
SAN FRANCISCO, May 16 (Reuters) - Applied Materials , a maker of equipment used to manufacture chips, said on Thursday that demand for smartphone chips will help increase its revenues
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SAN FRANCISCO, May 16 (Reuters) - Applied Materials Inc : * CEO maintains view that 2013 wafer fab equipment spending will be in the
SAN FRANCISCO, May 16 (Reuters) - Applied Materials posted fiscal second-quarter revenue of $1.97 billion and a net loss of $129 million, or 11 cents a share, as concerns about the global economy weighed against fast-growing demand for chips used in mobile gadgets.
Applied Materials AMAT reported fiscal second-quarter ..... first quarter to $1.55 billion. Applied Materials continued to see a concentration ..... particular should drive the improvement. Applied Materials should benefit from higher chipmaker
Good afternoon and welcome to the Applied Materials Earnings Conference Call. During the presentation, all participants will be in listen-only mode. Afterwards, you will be
Union WU, Expeditors International EXPD, and Applied Materials AMAT . Frankly, most of these stocks haven't performed that well during the past year. Only Applied Materials ' 22% return during the last 12 months bested
Competitors like Applied Materials and Hitachi have been trying for years to wrestle away KLA ..... demand. It also faces a number of competitors (including Applied Materials AMAT and Hitachi HIT) that have been attempting for years to penetrate
faces major competition from Applied Materials and Tokyo Electron.The firm ..... share gains, it competes with Applied Materials AMAT and Tokyo Electron, the two ..... competitive pressures from Applied Materials and Tokyo Electron over the