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February 28th, 2005
Paolo Gargini kicked off the Developer Forum this afternoon by discussing how Intel regards nanotechnology.
Gargini, who directs technology strategy for Intel, said that cost was not the limited for CMOS technology. In 1993, he said a fab cost $.9 billion dollars for a 200mm wafer size, in 1998 a fab cost $2 billion and in 2003 a fab costs $3 billion. That's because of the ability to shrink the process and increase the wafer size, he said.
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