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August 7th, 2003

Singapore's Chartered in venture to make 65-nanometre chips

Abstract:
Singapore's Chartered Semiconductor is teaming up with US tech giant IBM and Germany's Infineon Technologies to jointly develop next-generation computer chips using nanotechnology. They will work jointly on developing manufacturing techniques to produce tiny microchips measuring just 65 nanometres.

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