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June 7th, 2004

Tiny tubes a big deal at LSI

Abstract:
LSI Logic hopes to speed into a future of faster, smaller and more capable computer chips through a joint research project on carbon nanotubes at its Gresham manufacturing plant. The company is providing manufacturing research and development for a Massachusetts-based startup, Nantero, that is creating a new kind of computer memory using carbon nanotubes. (more on earlier article)

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The Oregonian

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