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re: Intel tweaks high-k stack to get GaAs on silicon
ash9   12/20/2009 3:57:51 PM
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"We have succeeded in making the quantum-well transistor's gate length shortâ??about 40 nanometersâ??but the contacts are still large," said Mike Mayberry, vice president of the Technology and Manufacturing Group and director of components research at Intel Labs. "Our challenge will be to engineer smaller contacts that minimize the barrier between the metallic contact and the quantum well." Oh, is that all? good luck with that lol



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