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TI expects chips from Miho fab in September

3/30/2011 10:25 AM EDT
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selinz
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re: TI expects chips from Miho fab in September
selinz   3/31/2011 6:09:52 PM
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TI just recently took over the Aizu fab so it's unlikely that they are relying on it for criticall products.

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goafrit   3/30/2011 10:35:45 PM
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That is quick recovery. TI sure has a way to mitigate problems.

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Silicon_Smith   3/30/2011 3:04:15 PM
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"Assuming a stable source of electrical power." Considering the rolling blackouts in Japan, I feel it will be difficult for fabs to function to their capacities, whether or not there was a direct damage to their equipment during the quake!

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re: TI expects chips from Miho fab in September
Silicon_Smith   3/30/2011 3:02:13 PM
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TI has been very transparent with the situation post-earthquake. Good news is that they have identified alternate locations for the devices being rolled out of Miho and hence the ripple effect down to the customers should be limited.

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