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rick merritt
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re: Intel to make 14-nm FPGAs for Altera
rick merritt   2/26/2013 2:03:06 PM
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You can bet Quaqlcomm and Nvidia won't be on the list...but maybe Apple, Cisco and...?

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re: Intel to make 14-nm FPGAs for Altera
Garcia-Lasheras   2/26/2013 1:36:17 PM
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...and don't forget Tabula. Three different programmable logic devices companies are already using Intel foundry. It was hard to imagine that a couple of years ago.

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Wilco1   2/26/2013 1:25:41 PM
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Do you seriously believe Intel will fab ARM SoCs for all its competitors on its latest processes? That won't happen unless Intel spins off its expensive idling fabs, or if demand for x86 CPUs falls significantly.

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re: Intel to make 14-nm FPGAs for Altera
junko.yoshida   2/26/2013 1:05:39 PM
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So, first Achronix, then Altera!

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Kresearch   2/26/2013 8:03:25 AM
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It sounds a little step foreward for Intel. The tipping point comes when Intel gets foundry orders from Apple, Qualcomm or Nvidia. Let's wait and see then.

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eewiz   2/26/2013 6:20:49 AM
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Interesting! So Intel is going into full fledged foundry business. Get the high end customers first and then aim for mid end and leave the low end for others. TSMC/GF got a thing to worry.

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