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September 14th, 2005

Philips ramps 90-nm production at Crolles2

Abstract:
Royal Philips Electronics has ramped three 90-nm CMOS products into volume production at the Crolles2 Alliance wafer fab in Crolles, France. Philips says one of the parts, a baseband chip for highly integrated System-in-Package (SiP) connectivity devices, is already shipping at volumes of about 1 million a month.

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