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Users could save the cost of masks which are the most expensive while keeping slow e-beam lithography to the necessary minimum. The approach would also benefit customization of high volume chips, such as the writing of an individual cryptographic key or a serial number stored on each device.

The explicit goal of the company is to position e-beam technology for volume production but Vistec wants to position e-beam lithography for both prototyping and volume and is working to create technology and infrastructure for e-beam lithography that scales, including tools, materials and data processing.

Today, e-beam tools are used in R&D and in prototyping. In the future, we will see them in production environments,” said Toelg. Missing elements for volume production, such as photoresists, process technology and logistics will be available very soon,” he said.

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Vistec introduced several new models of e-beam tools at Semicon Europa. They feature the ability to switch between 200-mm and 300-mm wafers on the fly. And their abilities are not restricted to writing wafers. The tools also can be used to produce lithography masks, to produce die for imprint lithography and nano imprints for MEMS production.

Vistec also offers wafer inspection and metrology tools. This market grows significantly faster than the semiconductor industry as a whole, Papken Der Tororssian, chairman of Vistec said. In this segment, the company achieves sales of about $90 million; Torossian estimates the total market volume to $4 billion. Vistec now is aiming for a second ranking behind market leader KLA Tencor.

The best place for future growth is the Far East, according to Gerhard Ruppik, general manager of Vistec's semiconductor division. China is especially interesting for Ruppik. This market has already reached a degree of maturity where it can absorb even very advanced tools,” said Ruppik.

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Phoenix Contact’s 802.11 a/b/g industrial radios feature 802.11i/WPA2 security with AES-CCMP and 802.1x.

The radios support three different modes—Access Point, Client, and Bridge/Repeater—and can be used in many different types of applications.

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The security software is embedded in the radio and can be configured with a web browser and proper ID.

Products are available in both wall-mount and compact DIN-rail-mount versions and supports both the 2.4GHz and 5 GHz bands. Built-in RS-232 and RS-422/485 device servers allow the integration of serial devices onto the wireless Ethernet network.

Design, not manufacturing, comprises an increasing value of the end product value in electronics,” Rhines said.

Increasingly in the automotive electronics, mobile, wireless and embedded sectors, that value is being added in Europe, not in China, Asia or Silicon Valley, Rhines noted, adding that expertise in electronics system design (ESL) is disproportionately strong in Europe, and Japan” where both industries developed and supported large clusters of system design houses for telecommunications.

To be a leader in innovation and design you do not have to have a large manufacturing facility nearby,” Rhines pointed out, noting that Scandinavian companies such as Nokia and Ericsson have achieved market success despite the absence of either large manufacturing facilities or huge local market presence.

What drives innovation and success in design engineering is new platforms” Rhines said, noting that the wireless handset, the emergence of 3G and 4G standards, and soaring demand for automotive electronics applications all provide many complex platforms for new designs.”

Increasingly, Europe is shaping up as an electronics design leader in what Rhines refers to as design creation.”

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