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Foundries' 28-nm capacity build keeping Applied in the black

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Chipguy1
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re: Foundries' 28-nm capacity build keeping Applied in the black
Chipguy1   5/22/2012 2:06:52 AM
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Nice to see foundry spending big $$ to put in large amount of 28nm capacity.

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re: Foundries' 28-nm capacity build keeping Applied in the black
RobDinsmore   5/23/2012 1:18:44 AM
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The funny thing is that no one saw this coming in December. Management was telling us that we'd have a shutdown in February yet by the time February hit many of us didn't even get to take the weekends off. I am referring to foundries of course.

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