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Peter Clarke
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re: Opinion: AMD roadmap change benefits TSMC?
Peter Clarke   11/24/2011 9:28:40 AM
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No -- I don't think the business model is folly. But if you are in the business of making chips and you are getting 0 to 1 good die per wafer then it impacts your ability to execute.

Oscar Law
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re: Opinion: AMD roadmap change benefits TSMC?
Oscar Law   11/23/2011 7:56:48 PM
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It benefits AMD for APU development with good yield. However, AMD will work hard to support design for multiple foundries migration.

Borat
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re: Opinion: AMD roadmap change benefits TSMC?
Borat   11/23/2011 7:38:40 PM
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Does this mean the Global Foundaries business model is a complete folly?

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