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June 16th, 2004

Crolles alliance rolls 65-nm process

Abstract:
The Crolles Alliance - including Freescale Semiconductor, Philips Semiconductors and STMicroelectronics - unveiled its 65-nm process technology here at the 2004 Symposium on VLSI Technology Tuesday (June 15). The process will move into risk production in about a year. The process cuts the SRAM cell size in half, to 0.5 microns2, compared with the 90-nm process, keeping the partners on the beneficial Moore's Law curve of reduced cost per function.

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