|Type||Public (NASDAQ: ACLS)|
|Headquarters||Beverly, Massachusetts, United States|
|Key people||Mary G. Puma, Chairman and CEO|
|Revenue||$195.6 million USD (2013)|
|Operating income||-$14.6 million USD (2013)|
|Net income||-$17.1 million USD (2013)|
Axcelis Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: ACLS) is an American company engaging in the design, manufacture, and servicing of capital equipment for the semiconductor manufacturing industry worldwide. It produces ion implantation systems, including high and medium current implanters, and high energy implanters, and curing systems used in the fabrication of semiconductor chips. The company was incorporated in 1995 and is headquartered in Beverly, Massachusetts, United States.
In 2000, Eaton Corporation spun off its semiconductor manufacturing equipment business as Axcelis Technologies.
On Dec. 4, 2012 Axcelis Technologies decided "...that it will exit the dry-strip business and divest its dry-strip intellectual property and technology, including the advanced non-oxidizing process technology of its Integra product line, to Lam Research,...Axcelis will continue to ship its 300 mm dry-strip products through August 2013..."
- Advanced Micro Devices
- Micron Technology
- Samsung Electronics
- Texas Instruments
- Infineon Technologies
- Varian Semiconductor, a subsidiary of Applied Materials
- Nissin Ion Equipment Company, Ltd. (Japan)
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- "Varian Semiconductor Equipment Company official website". Retrieved 2012-12-27.
- "Nissin Ion Equipment Company official website". Retrieved 2012-12-27.