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March 5th, 2004

Samsung joins chip technology alliance at Fishkill

Abstract:
In agreements that would allow Samsung Electronics to share manufacturing capacity with IBM, Samsung announced Friday that it is joining an ongoing semiconductor technology alliance with IBM, Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing, and Infineon Technologies. The partners will focus on 65-nm technology initially, moving on to 45-nm process development later, in research and development work based at IBM's Advanced Semiconductor Technology Center in East Fishkill, N.Y., which began operation in July of 2003.

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