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re: Oregon courts Azalea project, says report
chipmonk0   12/21/2012 4:01:13 PM
Both Oregon and NY are states with a large number of people involved in developing future nodes. Intel process development is done at Hillsboro, OR and IBM in NY is still a force to reckon with. Being able to hire away some of these highly qualified people w/o having them to relocate is no doubt a factor for TSMC site selection. As a corollary what does it say about TSMC transistor / process development below 28 nm ??

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re: Oregon courts Azalea project, says report
ScottenJ   12/20/2012 5:35:22 PM
TSMC has confirmed they are looking at sites for a US Fab so it is most likely them.

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