Nikon opening worldwide training center

February 5, 2004 – Nikon Corp. is building a worldwide training center in the US, following entrenched efforts from rivals ASML and Canon.

The $70 million facility in Belmont, CA, will house several steppers and scanners in a cleanroom set up for 90nm lithography applications, and offer more than 500 classes and computer-based training.

Equipment move-in to the facility is scheduled for December 2004, with classes starting by February 2005.


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