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GREAT-Terry
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re: Maxim pledges $200M boost for U.S. chip making
GREAT-Terry   6/27/2012 3:49:29 PM
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MAXIM has a poor reputation in delivery (at least in Asia). Will this investment improve their production capability and then delivery?

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re: Maxim pledges $200M boost for U.S. chip making
Peter Clarke   6/27/2012 5:31:14 PM
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I am interested as to what a "poor reputation in delivery" means. Does it mean a reputation for long lead times but the parts get delivered? Or hearsay that they fail to deliver parts on a promised schedule? More importantly is the reality different to the reputation? Is there any evidence out there?



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