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Update 1/5/2024: Intel Oregon announced on Thursday that it has received its shipment of ASML's first-generation Twinscan EXE:5000 High-NA EUV lithography scanner. The two companies will start assembly process of the machine shortly and then Intel will start its High-NA learning curve with the aim to insert the technology into mass production with their post-18A node. The best way to start the year. 🎊 Intel Oregon welcomes major components of @ASMLcompany’s first shipped High-NA EUV technology to help enable the continued and relentless pursuit of Moore’s Law. Learn more: https://t.co/a5RVr1iWLX pic.twitter.com/NYEUozN4iM — Intel News (@intelnews) January 4, 2024 The original story follows as below: Originally Published: 12/21/2023 ASML on Thursday said that it had shipped its pilot High-NA EUV scanner to Intel. The Twinscan EXE:5000 extreme ultraviolet (EUV) scanner is AMSL's...

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