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resistion
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re: Report: Intel to announce new fab
resistion   10/20/2010 4:49:55 PM
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I'm just going by Intel's rhetoric. There's a good chance their tick-tock will be going rougher and more costly than before.

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re: Report: Intel to announce new fab
Semiguru   10/20/2010 3:48:53 AM
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Some visionaries such as 'resistion' seem to have all the answers. When will the 10 pm (ISO picometre) 1000mm FAB be started I would like to know.

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re: Report: Intel to announce new fab
resistion   10/20/2010 2:20:33 AM
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Actually D1X start-up in 2013 is best suited for post-11 nm architectures.

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re: Report: Intel to announce new fab
_hm   10/20/2010 2:19:00 AM
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What will be cost of this new 450 mm fab? How much time do they need to build and go to full production? I wish it will reduct price for new Intel processors.

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re: Report: Intel to announce new fab
resistion   10/20/2010 2:03:07 AM
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Speculation-based articles are too vulnerable. Fortunately this time, not too far off the mark. But nothing exciting just where the 22 nm fabs are going to be, 2 in Arizona and 3 in Oregon.

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re: Report: Intel to announce new fab
Semiguru   10/19/2010 10:39:16 PM
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This may just be an Intel smokescreen to hide their $2.5 billion FAB they built in Dalian China and starting operation this month. In addition Intel invested another $ 1.0 billion in Vietnam to build a assembly/test facility there. More job creation in far away places while Silicon Valley semiconductor industry is dying.

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re: Report: Intel to announce new fab
daleste   10/19/2010 3:53:55 PM
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I expect that Intel will be looking seriously at 450mm for their next fab. They like to take the advange in the market early and have the cash to do it.

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re: Report: Intel to announce new fab
Kaiser Silicon   10/19/2010 3:10:51 PM
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Build, baby, build!!!

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re: Report: Intel to announce new fab
Warren3   10/19/2010 3:04:55 PM
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I figure Intel feels it best not to respond to a rumor if it's a couple of days ahead of reality, several months ahead of reality, or infinitely far from reality. It's a big company and there are probably lots and lots of rumors stemming from various motivations of the rumormonger. They also could probably spend a lot of unnecessary energy responding and then they'd be stuck since NOT responding to a particular rumor (after responding to others) would, to some, be considered a response in its own right.

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re: Report: Intel to announce new fab
yalanand   10/19/2010 8:15:20 AM
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Why is Intel rejecting the claims ? Anythign wrong if they announce that they are indeed building the fab ?



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