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geekmaster
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re: London Calling: Toshiba offers foundry services
geekmaster   9/18/2012 6:51:27 PM
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Mhhh....looks like this Toshiba's first step to enter the foundry market. As more companies pursue now fab-lite (see Japan) it appears it opens also opportunities for others to enter into foundry market (see Samsung).

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re: London Calling: Toshiba offers foundry services
resistion   9/15/2012 5:41:38 AM
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Ironically, the results of research lead to higher costs in the short term. But research is always needed to create new markets.

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re: London Calling: Toshiba offers foundry services
resistion   9/15/2012 5:40:10 AM
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Micron is trying to knock Hynix off, it seems.

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re: London Calling: Toshiba offers foundry services
agk   9/14/2012 1:43:08 PM
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Highly competitive market.To survive one need to always do research to reduce the cost of production. Intel is doing it.



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