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September 17th, 2004
The semiconductor industry faces major challenges. Everything needs to get smaller, faster and more powerful - more cheaply, speakers told the 300 attendees at the fourth annual Albany Symposium, which focused on global nanotechnology.
"We would love to have any solution," said Robert Doering, a senior fellow and technology strategy manager in silicon development at Texas Instruments.
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