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28-nm SoC development costs doubled over previous node

6/20/2013 07:56 AM EDT
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re: 28-nm SoC development costs doubled over previous node
resistion   6/23/2013 2:33:38 PM
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Who is ST's SOI foundry?

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re: 28-nm SoC development costs doubled over previous node
Peter Clarke   6/25/2013 2:05:21 PM
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ST makes FDSOI at Crolles and has signed up Globalfoundries to make it in Dresden...

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Peter Clarke   6/25/2013 2:35:11 PM
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@DrGuru Sorry you were disappointed in your tape-out.....Can you say if that is a design for 16-nm FinFET implentation? With TSMC?

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