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GlobalFoundries charts road to 14 nm

To 20-nm and beyond
8/30/2011 03:00 PM EDT
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greenpattern
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re: GlobalFoundries charts road to 14 nm
greenpattern   8/31/2011 9:02:01 AM
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If graphics and networking require different packaging from mobile, it's a totally different game from just silicon, and Global has virtually no control in this aspect.

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SiliconAsia   8/31/2011 3:52:56 AM
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You got the point!

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resistion   8/31/2011 12:40:31 AM
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If they already made the jump to DP at 20 nm, they will re-use that at 14 nm. EUV is already late for their 14 nm development.

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gutieaphd   8/31/2011 12:38:02 AM
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Has the company presented a roadmap for making money or at least not bleeding their soul out? That would be roadmap that would shock the world; roadmaps based on dreams, delays and losses are hardly worth discussing. Keep the losses WELL hidden from the Abu Dhabians, we might be able to rebalance energy trade on account of them! Good job GloFo, make up those mammoth operating losses on wafer volume! :-(

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ANON1255185289979   8/30/2011 8:33:53 PM
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There is a real challenge in process development and control of 3D and sub-22nm structures and patterns. Metrology roadmaps have identified the need for 3D microscopy of 40 to one and better depth to width measurement and imaging which is not avaiable today. Perhaps ATIC should consider world leadership in this critical area.

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Robotics Developer   8/30/2011 5:00:54 PM
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It is nice to see the roadmap! I wonder what the future holds for the processes beyond 14nm? The concept of a 3Ghz dual core ARM 9 is really appealing. Just for now I will have to wait...

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