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Faster, better with smart factory tools at Micron

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Automated guided vehicles transfer silicon wafers, which are stored in specialised plastic holders, between radio-frequency identification- enabled smart racks and probe test tools.

Singapore

AMERICAN chipmaker Micron Technology, which makes most of its 3D NAND flash memory output in Singapore, can now launch products here twice as fast - while improving staff productivity by 10 per cent.

That's with the help of smart factory tools such as fully automated...

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