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March 26th, 2005

Bright Future for Obducat & Molecular Imprints

Abstract:
Jack Uldrich: Today’s news brought to my attention two interesting—and related—news items. The first was an article entitled Life beyond CMOS that noted that companies like Intel, Infineon, STMicroelectronics and Philips are developing CMOS chips with 65nm size features and, longer term, must move to the 45nm range—a development which will require a new fabrication method. The second article announced that sixteen chip makers have now joined the “elite $1 billion capital spending club.”

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