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August 16th, 2004
AMD projects more cache, more features in future chips
AMD Dresdenis in a fever this morning, because not only is boss of bosses Hector Ruiz already here, but German Chancellor Gerhardt Schroeder is coming with a mass of other luminaries. The even agenda included a tour of the material analysis lab and the quality lab, which we did before, so we thought we’d listen to Dr Michael Raab, director of technology, who outlined what Fab 30 and Fab 36 will do.
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