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Baolt
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re: Chip silicon shipments projected to jump 24%
Baolt   9/30/2010 9:35:50 PM
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for sure cause of IC industy. We have highest IC capacity utilization as 95,6%, and expected to face demand vs utilization shortage as SICAS indicated. Due to many closed fabs we will have further troubles which is a good sign for Si. suppliers. Their future orders till Q1 11 guaranteed. For further let see what solar would bring.

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re: Chip silicon shipments projected to jump 24%
phoenixdave   9/29/2010 9:23:20 PM
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More good news for the semiconductor industry. Is all this IC based or also solar-array industry?

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re: Chip silicon shipments projected to jump 24%
aotearoan   9/29/2010 8:25:34 PM
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Put differently: 8.9 billion square inches = 5.74 square km. This means that 2010 production will in terms of area exceed the size of Central Park (3.41 square km) for roughly 70%.

chanj0
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re: Chip silicon shipments projected to jump 24%
chanj0   9/29/2010 6:14:17 PM
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What are the end-product contributing to the jump?



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