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1/17/2013 10:26 AM EST
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re: TSMC gives brighter outlook as profit rises
resistion   4/3/2013 5:23:11 PM
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I'd lump 28 and 40 nm together. There's no litho advantage for 28 over 40, there could only be a device performance advantage. Or you can say, 28 nm is the 'real' 40 nm that tsmc intended.

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re: TSMC gives brighter outlook as profit rises
yalanand   1/18/2013 8:36:02 AM
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Good to see TSMC raise its expectations for the first quarter of 2013. I am sure in 2013 we will see modest recovery in semiconductor industry.

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