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Lfoundry to help build Malaysian wafer fab

10/15/2010 11:49 AM EDT
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Baolt
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re: Lfoundry to help build Malaysian wafer fab
Baolt   10/28/2010 12:23:19 AM
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Didnt hear about GFs and IBM? They are still American no worries ;)

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michelm   10/19/2010 2:14:27 AM
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200 mm second equipment is much cheaper than 300 mm counterpart and appropriate to 110 - 150 nm mixed signal CMOS technologies

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double-o-nothing   10/16/2010 9:23:01 AM
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What's unexpected is they are building a new 200 mm not 300 mm fab.

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goafrit   10/16/2010 12:22:38 AM
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All the foundries are going to Asia. Hard to hear any in America these days.

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