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June 10th, 2008
Intel's Craig Barrett has signed an agreement with Rosnanotech, Russia's state nanotechnology organization, for co-development in several areas including sub-45 nanometer ICs.
The agreement was signed at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, held June 6 to 8.
The joint research work is in several nanotechnology areas and will include the development of new materials for the production of sub-45nm ICs, according to Rosnanotech. Additionally, Intel and Rosnanotech plan co-research in multiprocessor and multicore systems, as well as in software for modeling nanomaterials. Management training and technology commercialization are also part of the agreement, which also aims to spark Russian startup activity from the research.
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