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China's Godson processors to power servers in 2014

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2/20/2013 09:53 AM EST
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Peter Clarke
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re: China's Godson processors to power servers in 2014
Peter Clarke   2/20/2013 11:19:48 AM
So ST used to help Loongson get Godson processors made. Who is making the 32-nm version? Globalfoundries, Samsung, TSMC? And is it strictly bulk, planar CMOS? It is looking like it could be a Globalfoundries shuffle from 32-nm to 28-nm, but any body that knows for sure is welcome to chime in.

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