ASM International N.V. is a leading supplier of semiconductor process equipment
in both front- and back-end markets. The Company possesses a strong technological
base, state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities, a competent and qualified workforce
and a highly trained, strategically distributed support network.
Each of ASM International's major products are qualified for 300mm wafer processing.
This and other leading-edge process and equipment developments ensure ASM International
a position of strength and growth for many years.
ASM International and its subsidiaries provide production solutions for wafer
processing, assembly and packaging of semiconductor devices through their facilities
in the United States, Europe, Japan and Asia. The Company is headquartered in
Almere, The Netherlands.
ASM International Launches Two New Advanced Deposition Systems
ASM International Qualifies New PEALD Oxide Application with Different Memory Manufacturer for the 2X nm Node
ASM and Air Liquide Group Signs License and Supplier Agreement for ALOHATM Advanced Precursors
Dr. Jeffrey Dick
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