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July 25th, 2007
Another semconductor global player has joined the research and development partnership centered around IBM Corp. It's STMicroelectronics, based in Geneva, Switzerland.
Next-generation microchip development is the goal, all the way down to 32-nanometer and 22-nanometer levels, even more powerful and faster than chips made with today's leading-edge 65-nano and more common 90-nano processes.
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