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​IEDM 2017: Intel inches closer to EUV lithography

There are many reasons why it is getting harder to produce leading-edge processors, but no roadblock is bigger than photolithography, the process of using light to transfer patterns to the wafer. The current tools are no longer capable of printing the smallest features–at least not without some time-consuming and costly extra steps–and the replacement, known as extreme ultra-violet or EUV lithography, is years behind schedule.

Lately there have been signs of progress and the indust…
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