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IEDM: Hynix takes NAND to 15-nm

9/16/2011 03:24 PM EDT
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re: IEDM: Hynix takes NAND to 15-nm
resistion   9/23/2011 11:03:25 PM
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Could Hynix be working on SiO2- doped GST?

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re: IEDM: Hynix takes NAND to 15-nm
double-o-nothing   9/27/2011 11:53:03 AM
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Indeed, Google "Hynix qspt"

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re: IEDM: Hynix takes NAND to 15-nm
xprmntl   9/29/2011 8:37:00 PM
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There are quite a few companies that use As (arsenic) in semiconductor devices. Market research indicates that the GaAs market was projected at $5.2B for 2011, see: http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4212649/Gallium-arsenide-on-a-roll--says-analyst ZnSe is a common in blue and white light-emitting diodes and diode lasers.

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xprmntl   9/29/2011 8:49:38 PM
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Hynix sponsored research on AgInSbTe http://iopscience.iop.org/0957-4484/21/2/025703;jsessionid=3CF12AAD9D94626CAB0D2E3790A75A60.c1

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re: IEDM: Hynix takes NAND to 15-nm
double-o-nothing   12/28/2011 3:28:21 PM
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If Hynix and now Samsung got the 15 nm QPT process going, they have to reduce the cost of it by taking it to the low teens or even 10 nm.

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