In Intel’s second “Behind this Door” video, take a sneak peek into fab D1X in Oregon to see what is likely the most complicated machine humans have built. An extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography system uses radically shorter wavelengths to project circuit patterns onto silicon wafers. The #EUV machine pushes Moore’s Law forward and #chip makers cannot produce leading-edge chips without it. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
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▶ Learn more on Intel’s EUV: https://intel.ly/3AeAKwz
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