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9/29/2010 04:44 PM EDT
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Sheetal.Pandey
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re: Semico: Sky not falling on ICs
Sheetal.Pandey   9/29/2010 8:01:41 PM
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well with the amount of electronics usage in our daily lives, IC manufacturers need to only smile.

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phoenixdave   9/29/2010 9:21:17 PM
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Should be interesting to see how the impending tablet computer wars will affect the IC industry. I believe the wars will begin sometime towards the end of this year, and increase in intensity going into the first quarter.

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Rudy223   9/30/2010 12:51:37 AM
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2011's growth rate is very interesting. 9.5% increase is quite high!!

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Baolt   9/30/2010 9:46:18 PM
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Question, what do you think rather current global IC production capacity would still be able to fulfill continuous demand till end of 2010 or not? Reports shows it wont (http://tinyurl.com/35hmnbg) - what do you think about?

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