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June 2nd, 2006

AMD to rush to 65-nm technology

Abstract:
Presently, the main focus of Fab 36 is an aggressive ramp-up for 90-nm chips on 300 mm. Also we are about to complete the 65-nm technology qualification and will bring them to production in the second half of 2006. By mid-2007, we want to have the conversion to 65-nm in fab 36 done.

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