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TSMC skips 22 nm, rolls 20-nm process

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4/13/2010 05:00 PM EDT
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mark.lapedus
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re: TSMC skips 22 nm, rolls 20-nm process
mark.lapedus   4/13/2010 6:39:30 PM
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What are the biggest challenges for the 22- or 20-nm node for foundries?

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re: TSMC skips 22 nm, rolls 20-nm process
mark.lapedus   4/14/2010 6:55:24 AM
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What will the landscape look like at 10-nm? How many IDMs will be left? Foundries?

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re: TSMC skips 22 nm, rolls 20-nm process
Xalfredhx1   4/14/2010 8:35:05 AM
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Any IDM could arrange for addtl. foundry business internally, whereas a foundry cannot move to a IDM status... When Foundry's move to design services/design IP and contact the semiconductor customer directly this should be a warning signal for the IDM's... IDM's when managing their manufacturing capacitys correctly in general should have a cost advantage over Foundry companys (they will get the better pricing)...

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