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Oxford Instruments announces InP tool orders

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Tier 1 customers move to higher automation and increased die per wafer

Oxford Instruments has announced a series of orders for its ICP InP etch processing solutions from Tier 1 European and Asian optical module and integrated device manufacturers.

Oxford Instruments is seeing a transition to higher automation and increased die per wafer, which it is supporting with its high temperature electrostatic clamping (Hot ESC) for the PlasmaPro 100 Cobra ICP etch module, part of the ICP InP etch processing solutions.

The Hot ESC capability from 75 mm wafer size and up, is a full automation-compatible solution, which reduces manual processing for increased reliability and repeatability, which is critical at larger wafer sizes and with more complex processes.

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