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re: Globalfoundries looks leapfrog fab rivals with new process
techguy999   6/14/2013 2:25:54 AM
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Globalfoundries should focus on being able to make 20nm planar work before they make promises on 14nm FinFET technologies, if they can't make 20nm planar devices work then 14nm FinFETs will be nearly impossible. Lots of smoke here ...... We will see if customers can tape out early designs in 2014 in 14nm.

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