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any1
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re: 14-nm node brings host of design challenges
any1   3/27/2013 4:47:19 PM
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Of course 14 nm node will be difficult to achieve. But it will be one more way for semiconductor industry "leaders" to differentiate themselves from their competitors. And it will likely drive yet more consolidation in the industry.

asic_pal
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re: 14-nm node brings host of design challenges
asic_pal   3/27/2013 9:09:57 PM
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I think Intel might already have a solution for 14nm.

resistion
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re: 14-nm node brings host of design challenges
resistion   3/27/2013 10:03:17 PM
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It's more difficult but is anyone slowing down or cancelling the rollout? I doubt it.

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re: 14-nm node brings host of design challenges
thuongshoo   3/28/2013 9:50:50 AM
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me too. They only show that when other companies can reach 14nm

Or_Bach
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re: 14-nm node brings host of design challenges
Or_Bach   3/28/2013 9:54:10 AM
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Clearly the dimension scaling is getting more and more challenging, for less and less benefits. Accordingly there are less and and less vendors who still doing it, it is clearly the time to consider other options - of which monolithic 3D IC would be a most compelling one

NichiconLF
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re: 14-nm node brings host of design challenges
NichiconLF   4/1/2013 2:30:11 AM
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Though it maybe difficult,intel will solve it,bring Ge into the processor,and for 10 nanometer ,III-V will be brought



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