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July 19th, 2005

Nanotech manufacturing could break semiconductor biz models

Abstract:
With semiconductor structures getting smaller every two years, a switch to nanotechnology manufacturing is inevitable and a matter of time. Skyrocketing cost to build nano-fabs will have dramatic effects on the semiconductor industry and force chip companies to rethink their business model, suggests a new research report.

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