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whizkidtn
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re: Nvidia blames sales shortfall on TSMC
whizkidtn   2/22/2010 6:01:00 PM
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Hmm. "Fabulous job" - Except for that little chip defect that has killed millions of HP laptops these past two years...

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re: Nvidia blames sales shortfall on TSMC
Fab guy   2/19/2010 9:18:04 AM
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This is always one side story when capacity is not enough to go around on the good day, why no one question nVidia putting all their eggs in one basket, and not do the risk management in multiple foundries? or making investment on the manufacturing side so they would have something to say? Certainly don't hearing fabless to share the foundry risk when there the economic turning around.

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re: Nvidia blames sales shortfall on TSMC
RogerMel   2/19/2010 4:35:52 AM
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Another example of a company not being able to meet the surge due to having zero control of manufacturing. Business cannot accelerate when at the mercy of the foundaries.



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