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March 5th, 2008
AMD Demos 45 nm Processors at CeBit
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD, Sunnyvale, Calif.) announced today that it demonstrated its first 45 nm quad-core chips at the CeBit electronics exhibition in Hannover, Germany.
The processors were produced at AMD's 300 mm Fab 36 in Dresden, Germany, using a 45 nm process co-developed with IBM Corp. (Fishkill, N.Y.). AMD said it used immersion lithography and its fourth-generation strained silicon technology, and expects to deliver the 45 nm products later this year.
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