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February 22nd, 2007

Fujitsu Introduces Progress in Carbon Nanotube Interconnect Technology

Abstract:
At "International Nanotechnology Exhibition & Conference" (nano tech 2007), Fujitsu Ltd. and Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. have introduced its interconnect technology using a carbon nanotube (CNT) being developed by a semiconductor consortium in Japan. Fujitsu aims to commercialize the technology in or beyond 32-nm node.

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