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Toshiba, SanDisk open NAND flash wafer fab

7/15/2011 10:15 AM EDT
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resistion   7/18/2011 2:49:19 PM
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Yen exchange can't be going crazy can it?

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resistion   7/18/2011 2:45:39 PM
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Intel's 14 nm fab only half as much.

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krisi   7/18/2011 1:57:45 PM
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I never heard a number as high as this for the fab (10B). This must be the most expensive silicon fab in the world! Kris

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eewiz   7/17/2011 12:18:47 PM
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10B for one fab! How long will it take to recover the capital expenditure?

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goafrit   7/16/2011 12:30:11 PM
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This is the future. Partnership and joint venture.

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daleste   7/16/2011 1:53:00 AM
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Toshiba is a good company to work with. The joint fab with Motorola was a win for both companies. Too bad it will not run again after the quake.

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