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September 9th, 2004

Samsung begins making DRAMs on 90-nm process

Abstract:
Korean electronics giant Samsung Electronics said it has started mass producing 512-Mbit double data rate synchronous DRAMs using a 90-nanometer manufacturing process and 300-mm diameter wafers.

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