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re: Intel to make 22-nm chips for Microsemi
flowcontrol   5/2/2013 8:32:58 PM
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Most likely Fab42

geekmaster
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re: Intel to make 22-nm chips for Microsemi
geekmaster   5/2/2013 7:20:13 PM
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Looks like Intel becomes more of a foundry. I wonder if they have a dedicated fab for that and which one is it?

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re: Intel to make 22-nm chips for Microsemi
skywoo   5/2/2013 12:56:13 PM
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Intel selling make believe. Market will soon see Intel's 22 nanometer is anti-competitive on with Taiwan foundry 28 nanometer. Taiwan 28 nanometer Tesmash A6-1450 wins GPU/CPU power/performance against intel's 22 nanometer Baytrail-T. Current Intel CEO already sees the Tesmash design wins (MS Surface, HP, Acer and he thinks even Apple (but not 100% sure).

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re: Intel to make 22-nm chips for Microsemi
resistion   5/2/2013 8:39:45 AM
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All of Intel's foundry cases are 22 nm, gaining more of them could risk scuttling Intel's own 22 nm ramp.

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