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resistion
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re: Intel plans to crush ARM beyond 20 nm
resistion   9/27/2012 2:18:39 PM
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Intel 32 nm SRAM is 0.17, and it would be interesting to see what TSMC 20 nm SRAM is. With double patterning, better to go aggressive.

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rfab   9/27/2012 12:42:21 PM
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YES

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re: Intel plans to crush ARM beyond 20 nm
Kresearch   9/27/2012 12:10:02 PM
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Is it SRAM cell size?

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re: Intel plans to crush ARM beyond 20 nm
rfab   9/27/2012 8:52:55 AM
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Really diligent ah, anti-INTEL counter to hysterics

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rfab   9/27/2012 8:32:04 AM
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TSMC 28 0.12 INTEL 32 SOC 0.15 INTEL 22 SOC 0.09 TSMC 20 0.08?

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Bruzzer   9/27/2012 5:02:17 AM
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Mike Bruzzone is fm IBM PC Board add on’s; Turbo, Memory, Network Card, 1st 2.5 D PC AT graphics card, 33 PC introductions including fastest 386 33 class workstation on memory write back; co host 1990 SIGGRAPH, first PC Standard MP C&T Corallary Chip set, first not Intel 387 math coprocessor, first not Intel 486SLC/486DLC, 486S Intel substitute microprocessors, first Nx586 replacement platform, first 16 bit bus 32 bit core Mini RISC, first 32 bit performance Mini RISC SOC, first I frame editor, first fast486120, some Alpha&NT, first low power C6 desktop & first less than $1,000 PC. Current research tracks include economics of fabrication; member Silicon Valley Round Table, intersection x86 & ARM, HPC/GPU/APU, resistive RAMs & advanced non volatile memory structures. Mike Bruzzone is an Intel competitive strategist specializing in not Intel product commercialization who is invited discovery technical assistant by Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Competition for FTC v Intel Docket 9288, lettered to work report Assistant AG Antitrust Division of the State of California Department of Justice for defining Sherman Act Section One violation, a EUCC domestic U.S point of contact Monti/Kroes/Martinez Commissions, SEC recognized Relator by letter, Federal False Claims Act Original Source by letter U.S. Attorney Northern California District, recognized Relator Intel monopoly procurement theft in fifty States, four territories and the District of Columbia, invited discovery technical assistant FTC Chairman Referral back into Bureau of Competition Docket 9341, FBI original source of Intel Dealing Cartel 1996. Criminal sub groups operating in Intel have in past positioned detractors as mentally ill, including their own employees up high in the enterprise who question Intel’s invented reality in pursuit of error correction, remedies, maintenance of democratic capitalism & industrial social responsibilities. For consultancy inquire campmkting@aol.com

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re: Intel plans to crush ARM beyond 20 nm
resistion   9/26/2012 5:39:18 PM
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For the time being, 28 nm foundry has closer density to Intel 22 nm than 32 nm. But the addition of the fins could offset any cost benefit initially. Foundry 20 nm vs. Intel 14 nm would be where process efficiency is really important.

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re: Intel plans to crush ARM beyond 20 nm
rfab   9/26/2012 10:55:01 AM
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The foundries 28NM BEOL than INTEL 32NM more, it low cost?

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re: Intel plans to crush ARM beyond 20 nm
rfab   9/26/2012 10:53:27 AM
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Mike Bruzzone Should be mentally ill

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rfab   9/26/2012 10:44:39 AM
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IS You are INTEL fired?

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