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Intel inside... China

Don Scansen
11/3/2010 09:12 PM EDT

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resistion   11/8/2010 2:09:18 AM
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With its speculated foundry direction, Intel's use of this fab at 65 nm depends on whether there are still any customers for 65 nm. Most are chasing 28 nm by now.

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VincePG   11/7/2010 7:18:27 PM
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I suppose Intel has no choice if it wants to remain cost competitive on the low end. Though it's a few billion dollars not spent in the US and it is creating jobs in China, the alternative is probably no investment at all and no jobs anywhere.

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