Cymer expands to Silicon Valley to tap talent base

May 28, 2010
San Diego, CA--Cymer is opening a Silicon Valley office to tap the local talent pool and get closer to semiconductor leaders and partners.

San Diego, CA--Cymer, manufacturer of advanced lithography light sources used by chipmakers to create semiconductor devices, announced the opening of a Silicon Valley office, located in Santa Clara, CA. With the expansion, Cymer will have direct access to the extensive talent pool at several respected global technology companies and from the area's highly regarded universities (see job opportunities at www.cymer.com/careers).

"Our new multi-functional Silicon Valley office is a strategic addition to Cymer's global operation, allowing us to continue to fuel our growth and tap into the area's rich talent base, while further strengthening our access to local semiconductor leaders and other technology partners," said Ed Brown, president and COO for Cymer. "We value the area's dedication to the high technology marketplace and multitude of resources."

Cymer's light sources are widely used by chipmakers across the globe and pattern the majority of all chips utilized in electronic devices--including computers, MP3 players, and mobile phones. To enable the continuation of Moore's Law for several chip generations to come, the company continues to invest heavily to develop and bring to market advanced deep-ultraviolet (DUV) and extreme-ultraviolet (EUV) light sources and techniques. Additionally, Cymer says it brings added value to chipmakers through offerings such as its OnPulse program that offers the newest technology enhancements combined with support from its applications experts and IT infrastructure.

Cymer Silicon Valley is located at 3295 Scott Boulevard, Santa Clara, CA.

--Posted by Gail Overton; [email protected]; www.laserfocusworld.com

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