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TI to provide foundry services to Spansion
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8/31/2010   Post a comment
Texas Instruments has agreed to provide foundry services to another semiconductor vendor, but a spokesperson for the company said TI has no designs on beefing up its presence in the foundry business long-term.
PCM scalability--Myth or realistic device projection
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8/19/2010   10 comments
If PCM devices are to be competitive with other NV memory technologies and be a commercial success, serious problems will need to be addressed. Ron Neale provides more the detail behind his rebuttal and his concerns for the commercial future of PCM.


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