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resistion
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re: UMC set to beat TSMC to FinFET process
resistion   7/29/2012 9:04:39 PM
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I don't see why TSMC can't offer a FinFET option at 20 nm.

HS_SemiPro
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re: UMC set to beat TSMC to FinFET process
HS_SemiPro   7/28/2012 4:34:13 AM
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Tech cannot be fully developed yet, as IBM or its JDA partners aren't introducing it at 20nm. So more development would definitely be needed. However IBM JDA partners have been co-developing tech for many generations including ST, GF, & Samsung, so I am not too worried for IBM technology

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re: UMC set to beat TSMC to FinFET process
rick merritt   7/28/2012 3:40:11 AM
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Go UMC! I was impressed with management when I visited earlier this year. They are smart, open and engaged. But given history, a process deal with IBM is no slam dunk. Silk anyone?

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