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Integrated Materials

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About Integrated Materials

Headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, Integrated Materials is a semiconductor manufacturer of pure All-Silicon products for several semiconductor equipment consumables applications. IMI's SiFusion product line aims to offer their customers improvements in yield, total cost of ownership, reduced chemical waste and more environmentally friendly chemical usage.

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1169 Borregas Avenue

Sunnyvale, California, 94089,

United States


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Integrated Materials Patents

Integrated Materials has filed 7 patents.

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Semiconductor device fabrication, Thin film deposition, Glass compositions, Chemical processes, Semiconductor devices


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Semiconductor device fabrication, Thin film deposition, Glass compositions, Chemical processes, Semiconductor devices



Latest Integrated Materials News

Applied Materials’ Chip Wiring Breakthrough Enables Scaling to 3nm and Beyond

Jun 23, 2021

Applied Materials' Integrated Materials Solution combines seven different process technologies in one system under high vacuum. Applied Materials Inc. has unveiled a new way to engineer the wiring of advanced logic chips that enables scaling to the 3nm node and beyond. While size reduction benefits transistor performance, the opposite is true in the interconnect wiring: smaller wires have greater electrical resistance which reduces performance and increases power consumption. Without a materials engineering breakthrough, interconnect via resistance would increase by a factor of 10 from the 7nm node to the 3nm node, negating the benefits of transistor scaling. Applied Materials has developed a new materials engineering solution called the Endura Copper Barrier Seed IMS, an Integrated Materials Solution that combines seven different process technologies in one system under high vacuum: ALD, PVD, CVD, copper reflow, surface treatment, interface engineering and metrology. The combination replaces conformal ALD with selective ALD, eliminating a high-resistivity barrier at the via interface. The solution also includes copper reflow technology that enables void free gap fill in narrow features. Electrical resistance at the via contact interface is reduced by up to 50 percent, improving chip performance and power consumption, and enabling logic scaling to continue to 3nm and beyond. An animation of the process sequence can be viewed at this link: . “A smartphone chip has tens of billions of copper interconnects, and wiring already consumes a third of the chip’s power,” said Prabu Raja, Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Semiconductor Products Group at Applied Materials. “Integrating multiple process technologies in vacuum allows us to reengineer materials and structures so that consumers can have more capable devices and longer battery life. This unique, integrated solution is designed to accelerate the performance, power and area-cost roadmaps of our customers.” The Endura Copper Barrier Seed IMS system is now being used by leading foundry-logic customers worldwide. Additional information about the system and other innovations for logic scaling will be discussed at Applied’s 2021 Logic Master Class being held today.

Integrated Materials Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Integrated Materials founded?

    Integrated Materials was founded in 1998.

  • Where is Integrated Materials's headquarters?

    Integrated Materials's headquarters is located at 1169 Borregas Avenue, Sunnyvale.

  • What is Integrated Materials's latest funding round?

    Integrated Materials's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Integrated Materials raise?

    Integrated Materials raised a total of $17.3M.

  • Who are the investors of Integrated Materials?

    Investors of Integrated Materials include Ferrotec, Alloy Ventures, Labrador Ventures, Rocket Ventures and American River Ventures.

  • Who are Integrated Materials's competitors?

    Competitors of Integrated Materials include Artificial Muscle and 1 more.

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