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re: Top fab tool spenders for 2011
Baolt   12/24/2010 1:24:56 AM
It s easy to see who will be still in the market in following years, and who would lead it. For 2011 most impresive movements we will see from micron and toshiba is we refer spendings as they double. Where is the UMC btw?

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re: Top fab tool spenders for 2011
Charles.Desassure   12/21/2010 1:24:59 AM
Intel has been during it right for years, so why change now. During 2010, the company made some very good investments. We welcome all, but my bet is with the company I grew up with…Intel.

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re: Top fab tool spenders for 2011
wilber_xbox   12/21/2010 1:08:14 AM
The way Samsung is fluttering her wing, i will put her on the top. TSMC and globalFoundaries are also leaders as they want to keep their dominance in foundaries.

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re: Top fab tool spenders for 2011
goafrit   12/21/2010 12:49:48 AM
I go with Intel. It has the muscle and I tip Intel for 2011

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