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Warren3
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re: Elpida gains on rivals with R&D partner
Warren3   11/4/2010 5:50:33 PM
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@resistion: The article points out that Samsung is already shipping 3xnm DRAM... ahead of any others. If you are refering to my comment, I was not stating that Elpida was leading on any particular node; I think it's plenty interesting for Elpida if they keep near in time to whoever is leading, particularly if they can do so on a budget.

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re: Elpida gains on rivals with R&D partner
resistion   11/4/2010 7:14:01 AM
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Thought Samsung already won 30 nm DRAM race. 35 nm to be exact. Elpida still playing catchup.

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re: Elpida gains on rivals with R&D partner
Warren3   11/4/2010 4:25:15 AM
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A common bias regarding Elpida indeed has been that they lag behind their rivals. Can they cost effectively keep things close? It'd be a big deal if they can do so in a business where it's *real* tough on you if you aren't number one.



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