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Intel's New 45nm Factories

Sunday, October 01, 2006

When AMD is introducing its 65nm quad-core Barcelona K8L, Intel has started building 3 45nm manufacturing facilities, namely D-1D in Oregon, Fab 32 in Arizona and Fab 28 in Israel.

These 3 factories will cost Intel 9 billion dollars in investment, and this is one of the reasons for Intel's retrenchment blogally: to compress operation cost, improve R&D and manufacturing capacity.

Besides, Intel plans to convert at least 1 flash factory into 45nm factory, one of the possible targets is D2 Fab in Sata Clara


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