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ASML looking to squeeze even more systems from supply chain

Scrambling to meet exploding demand, ASML is looking for ways to push down the accelerator pedal even further. The system integrator is discussing with its supply chain how many more tools can be delivered in 2025.

More than Moore litho

With back-end litho and the “More than Moore” trend, we can look forward to a long and exciting battle.

Trend 1: Getting your system requirements complete

High Tech Institute trainer Cees Michielsen highlights a handful of trends in the field of system requirements engineering.

“Doing nothing is not an option”

System engineers and architects at ASML make technical choices to create maximum value. This second article on systems engineering at the litho giant focuses on product generation – the actual development, assembly and integration of the system parts.

In other news

Programming languages professor Eelco Visser passes away at 55 (TU Delft)
Mywheels car-sharing platform to offer 5,000 Lightyear Twos per 2025 (press release)
2,200-hp Deus Vayanne eyes most powerful electric hypercar throne (New Atlas)
Musk’s Boring Company raises $675M to scale Loop projects (Techcrunch)
Samsung’s 3nm GAA process has a worse yield rate than 4nm (WCCF Tech)

Bits&Chips podcasts: Walter Baets

Our editors talk to the innovators driving the high-tech industry. Listen (in Dutch) to researchers, developers and decision-makers speak about trends, technology, business and their motivations. In this week’s edition of the Bits&Chips podcast, Eindhoven Engine’s Walter Baets on business model innovation in an exponential world.

Abstraction versus vagueness

In software engineering, abstraction proves a difficult concept to grasp. It’s often considered to be synonymous with vagueness.

Boost your digitalization: superset platform

Adopting continuous value delivery requires us to adopt DevOps as the vehicle for delivering software-based value. When adopting DevOps, a traditional product-centric approach rapidly becomes infeasible.