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August 20th, 2004
UMC 'engaging' customers with new 65-nm process
Amid a major shift towards 90-nm technology on 300-mm wafers, Taiwan's United Microelectronics Corp. (UMC) is quietly "engaging" customers with its new and unannounced 65-nm process. UMC has been developing its 65-nm technology for some time, and now, the company appears to be talking to customers about making chips based on the process.
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