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VLSI: IC billings dip in 'skittish market'

4/29/2011 06:07 PM EDT
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yalanand
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yalanand   5/3/2011 6:47:45 PM
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Interesting to note that Globalfoundries could be gaining share. Is it at the cost of TSMC ? Any particular reason for this share gain for Global foundaries ?

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jhchang   5/1/2011 12:23:55 AM
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It's just one week. Doesn't mean that much. One week does not drive a trend.

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Silicon_Smith   4/30/2011 5:43:45 PM
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Understand the Automotive but cant see a reason for the industrial plateau. Skittish, more like mercurial or frivolous? Interesting choice of an Adjective!

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daleste   4/30/2011 2:39:57 PM
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"Memory is soaring. CPU is rising. Mobile leads growth. Automotive and industrial are flat." Hmm.. doesn't sound that "skittish" to me. I expect Auto to be down until Japan is back at full strength.

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