Better get those 28-nm capacity, if you're going to hit revenue goals. I wonder what's the reason for the shortage? High in demand?
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An interesting point for this discussion: AMD paid dearly for the right to have 28-nm products manufactured at other foundries, yet 28-nm capacity is constrained. I assume that before AMD took that step they made sure they could get the capacity they needed.
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