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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
NAND flash price rises likely.
10,000 wafers affected.
Will pay Intel $1.5bn for its share.
Forces AMD to go all-in with TSMC.
'A generation ahead' of the competition, it claims.
'No safety issues,' says the company.
On-track for 2018 opening.
Drops its orders dramatically, takes a financial hit.
Soitec claims its latest FD-3D wafers will bring 3D transistor technology to the masses.
Deal designed to safeguard AMD against 32nm production issues.
Intel has confirmed plans to upgrade to using 450mm wafers for its future chip production.
We take a look at how Intel crams so much whizz-bang in such a small space
Get DX11 gaming on your thin and light laptop, as AMD shows its new Fusion CPUs for the first time.
COMPUTEX 09: AMD, TSMC and Microsoft gave us a glimpse of DirectX 11 and Codename Evergreen, AMD's next-gen graphics chip.
After being pictured with a wafer at IDF in China, bit-tech calculates how big Pat Gelsinger's new Larrabee core will be.
Intel, Samsung Electronics and TSMC have collectively agreed to push forwards with plans to move to 450mm wafer production starting in 2012.
Yes, you guessed it: another possible future processor technology. This time it's the stuff in pencils rather than the stuff that comes out of torches that'll save us all.
At an event in California, AMD has demonstrated its upcoming Barcelona CPUs and R600 GPUs, as well as 45nm wafers for the first time.
IDF SPRING 2007: Intel technical Guru, Mooly Eden, tells all in the tales of next generation mobile computing.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company has announced that its 55nm process technology is ready for use in large scale production runs.
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