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re: Intel, Lilliputian ink foundry deal
pixies   11/18/2010 8:01:27 PM
This company is backed by many big names in the venture community. It is a company to watch in the next few years.

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re: Intel, Lilliputian ink foundry deal
elPresidente   11/18/2010 3:25:04 PM
Intel in this segment is a feeble attempt to starve Global Foundries, IMO. What have have they done outside of CPUs has had any success in the past decade? Or two? Or three?

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re: Intel, Lilliputian ink foundry deal
GREATTerry   11/17/2010 3:31:37 PM
Having Intel backing the foundry of such emerging technology may be more like a marketing strategy for the start-up.

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re: Intel, Lilliputian ink foundry deal
rick merritt   11/17/2010 8:17:11 AM
My speculation--and it is just speculation--is that the total amount of wafers in these two deals combined on a good day with the wind at their backs is less than a drop in Intel's very big bucket. I suspect the foundry parts of the deals are incidental, not strategic. If Intel can help accelerate the development of better batteries, that is strategic.

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