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February 7th, 2005
Intel to detail dual-core Itanium at conference
International Solid State Circuits Conference, or ISSCC, a five-day event in San Francisco that began Sunday.
Nanotechnology will be another dominant issue. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., or TSMC, will describe a transistor that combines nanowires and multiple gates.
Daeje Chin, minister of information and communications in South Korea, will formally open the conference with a keynote speech on nanotechnology and Korea's plans to promote the IT industry.
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