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5/10/2013 11:42 AM EDT
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BisDevGuy   5/21/2013 9:56:59 PM
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Is the 50-75mm2 average die size something TSMC publicly makes available?

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truekop   5/12/2013 2:14:04 PM
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Any figures that point to how the yield in Intel's 22nm Tri-Gate process looks like ?

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Chipguy1   5/11/2013 12:41:36 PM
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Rk3188 is Quad core 2Ghz high k and produced good experience in Cube

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Chipguy1   5/11/2013 12:56:35 AM
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Globalfoundries is also producing production of 28nm RK3188 Rockchip which is a popular SOC found in tables here in China

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Chipguy1   5/11/2013 12:29:29 AM
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Globalfoundries and Samsung both have 28nm chips in market. Latest Exynos in Asia S4 is 28nm Limited Qualcomm LTE chips are from productions runs at Samsung and Global foundries

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SiliconAsia   5/11/2013 12:02:45 AM
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Who else producing 28nm in mass production (not 32nm)?

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Chipguy1   5/10/2013 2:15:34 PM
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Tsmc 28nm yield are now outstanding. Not true at other foundries. Tsmc on track for more than 1M 28nm wafers a year. With average die sizes of 50-70mm2 that is resulting in about 600-700 good die per wafer or 600-700M / chips per year just out of 28nm alone.

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