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November 12th, 2004
TSMC's 65-nm process set to arrive late 2005
By the time Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd. ramps its first 65-nanometer manufacturing process technology into volume production, late in 2005, it will have cost about $1 billion to develop, according to company chairman Morris Chang.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.
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