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Globalfoundries commits to FDSOI process

2/7/2013 09:34 AM EST
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re: Globalfoundries commits to FDSOI process
the_floating_ gate   2/7/2013 6:10:27 PM
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Globalfoundries commits to FDSOI process What happened to yesterday's headline ? Gloflo racing towards 14nm FinFet Is this the backup plan for bulk 14nm/20nm FinFet? "There are multiples substrate suppliers; Soitec, MEMC and SEH," he added." Can't make up their minds? "Another good match is that both Globalfoundries bulk 28-nm and the 28-nm FDSOI process are "gate-first" processes, although there is some discussion in both bulk and FDSOI as to whether "gate-last" would be a better way to go." Here we go again - I thought one reader already commented on this. One "real" supplier (Soitec) and the rest on paper

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