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re: UMC looks to rebound with IBM license deal
Charles.Desassure   7/8/2012 7:04:20 PM
I strongly agree, sounds like an excellent move from UMC's point-of-view. Hat's off to the management team.

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re: UMC looks to rebound with IBM license deal
Peter Clarke   7/4/2012 3:07:03 PM
Looks like UMC got its boost. Could be that the scramble to get the IBM 20-nm process with FinFETs has been done at the behest of Qualcomm who wanted to see a roadmap they liked.

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re: UMC looks to rebound with IBM license deal
Robotics Developer   6/30/2012 10:03:34 PM
Sounds like a good move on UMC's part, but only if they can capitalize on this by rolling out silicon proof chips and provide customers with working process parameters for designing. I wonder what the cost in manpower will be to transfer the technology and bring it on-line?

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