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TI buys two fabs from Spansion Japan

7/15/2010 00:15 AM EDT
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re: TI buys two fabs from Spansion Japan
pixies   7/16/2010 1:33:41 AM
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Interesting, TI has also acquired the bulk of equipment from the Qimonda's RIchmond fab. They seem to be in an expansion mode now.

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re: TI buys two fabs from Spansion Japan
Sanjib.A   7/15/2010 4:09:21 AM
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Interesting story! Early last year there was a problem related to non-availability of the memory chips from Spansion. I can relate that to the information about Spansion filing bankruptcy last year. I am interested to know the specific product lines of Spansion affected by this acquisition, if available. What are the product lines other than the data converters and power amplifiers which are also part of this deal?

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