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goafrit
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re: IBM announces process for power management
goafrit   9/20/2010 9:33:11 PM
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It is difficult to know what IBM does these days. They are into and out of many things at the same time. I am happy they have not left technology for a better planet. Because it is only technology that will create a better planet.

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elPresidente   9/20/2010 7:37:10 PM
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Good to see IBM keep up with TSMC's 60V 0.18um process.

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sak1   9/20/2010 11:40:11 AM
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DELTA Microelectronics is IBM's partner in Europe that will held a technical day regarding High Voltage IBM process technologies. Click here: http://www.madebydelta.com/delta/Business_units/ME/Specialty-foundry-ASIC-seminar.page?

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Peter Clarke   9/16/2010 6:37:26 PM
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but don't companies such as Austriamicrosysteme, X-Fab have similar capabilities?

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GREATTerry   9/16/2010 6:09:19 PM
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Just wonder if analog giants like ADI, Maxim, LTC will also proceed with similar process (or they outsource the fab to IBM). Anyone hear about it?

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GREATTerry   9/16/2010 6:08:12 PM
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Great! Higher power handling ability with fine line process is very important. Hope to see more ICs designed with such great process.

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nicolas.mokhoff   9/16/2010 4:52:17 PM
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This is good news for scaling more power efficiency in circuits that measure and compute and communicate wireless energy data; having this process available on the open market should bring focus to energy-management chips for end users and the power infrastructure.



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