Trade association SEMI estimates North American chip equipment vendors had a book-to-bill ratio...
Trade association SEMI estimates North American chip equipment vendors had a book-to-bill ratio of just 0.80 in August, as weak DRAM demand, capex reductions from chip foundries, and uncertainty about global demand hurt orders. Applied Materials (AMAT) reported a massive drop in orders last month, though some believe the market is bottoming.
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