Almere, The Netherlands
May 16, 2014

ASM International N.V. (NASDAQ: ASMI and Euronext Amsterdam: ASM) today announced that it will host a Technology seminar in San Jose, CA, US, on Wednesday May 21, 2014, the first day of the IEEE International Interconnect Technology Conference (IITC). In this Technology seminar, ASM will present on technology for advanced embedded memory applications. Our speaker will address ALD process solutions that help enable resistive RAM (ReRAM) non volatile memories.

The agenda is as follows:
- 5.30 pm          - Reception, drinks and food
- 6.00-6.15 pm  - Ivo Raaijmakers (ASM)  - Welcome and introduction
- 6.15-6.50 pm  - Jacob Woodruff (ASM) - "ALD solutions for ReRAM applications"
Following the presentations, there will be an open dialogue around the presentation topics.

The ASM Technology seminar will take place in the San Jose/Santa Clara Room at the DoubleTree Hotel, 2050 Gateway Place, San Jose, CA, 95110, US. The room will open at 5.15 pm for invited attendees. Interested parties should contact Rosanne de Vries, +31 (0)8810-08569,

About ASM International

ASM International NV, headquartered in Almere, the Netherlands, its subsidiaries and participations design and manufacture equipment and materials used to produce semiconductor devices. ASM International, its subsidiaries and participations provide production solutions for wafer processing (Front-end segment) as well as for assembly & packaging and surface mount technology (Back-end segment) through facilities in the United States, Europe, Japan and Asia. ASM International's common stock trades on NASDAQ (symbol ASMI) and the Euronext Amsterdam Stock Exchange (symbol ASM). For more information, visit ASMI's website at

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