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re: London Calling: Is Cisco Intel's $1 billion foundry deal?
resistion   10/11/2012 5:06:30 PM
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Intel's 22 nm transistor density won't be better than foundry 28 nm, because the fin increases minimum width to at least 90 nm. The fin pitch has to be at least halved, where double patterning is not enough. So I think cisco would still need to get on the 28 nm lines at all the foundries.

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re: London Calling: Is Cisco Intel's $1 billion foundry deal?
krisi   10/12/2012 2:32:12 PM
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1 Billion dollar silicon deal in Slovakia?! That would be truly amazing

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re: London Calling: Is Cisco Intel's $1 billion foundry deal?
Peter Clarke   10/12/2012 6:18:40 PM
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@Kris Noooo.....I heard it in Slovakia. If it is happening it will be happening in the United States. Or were you pulling my leg.



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