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April 8th, 2005

AMD preps 65-nm process

Abstract:
"We are qualifying equipment as we speak. Fab36 was designed to be a 65-nm from the start. We are making great strides with IBM and our SRAM yields are hitting all our milestones," Sonderman told EE Times in a telephone interview. "The whole idea is to begin to process 65-nm in the middle of 2005 and bring it into production in 2006. We're certainly on schedule."

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