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Micron buys Canon's stake in Tech Semi

1/28/2011 06:09 PM EST
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re: Micron buys Canon's stake in Tech Semi
any1   1/31/2011 4:14:06 PM
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I find it interesting and heartening that Micron and Intel/Micron continue to manufacture both in the US and abroad in the very competitive IC memory market.

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goafrit   1/29/2011 9:22:30 PM
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I am getting worried that EE Times is writing about Micron a lot these days. Do they have an ex-employee working for EE times. There are other firms to write and not just Micron

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t.alex   1/29/2011 11:29:25 AM
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The statement is a bit ambiguous. It means the fab is all by Micron?

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BMN   1/29/2011 6:28:05 AM
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"Intel is not partnering"??? That's a funny (read: wrong) way of saying "Intel not participating in the latest round of funding, but reserves the right to do so at a later date, and in the event it does choose not to participate it's current 50% stake is reduced to 30%" This is it's stake/right to the output of IMFlash. It says nothing about the other aspects of the partnership (e.g. R&D, IP) - all of which remain intact... unless of course you are referencing insider information the public is not yet privy to. Are you??? I doubt it very much. Thanks for coming out.

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