Applied Material’s Precision 5000 changed the direction of tool architecture, lowering development cost and making it possible to bring new process technology to market faster than ever before. It was introduced twenty years ago at SEMICON Japan, so we took the opportunity to bring Dan Maydan in and ask him about how it came to be, the issues he and his team were trying to solve, and what some of the unexpected benefits were. Hear about how solving customer and budgetary issues forced a personal transformation that would ultimately take him and Applied Materials to the top. You’ll learn almost as much about personal development as you will about product development.
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