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October 6th, 2008
Russia's JSC Sitronics has some ambitious plans: It wants to leapfrog generations of semiconductor technology and spark activity that will launch Russia's modern chip industry.
Driving those plans is Mikron, a former Soviet-era fab now in Sitronics' microelectronics unit that recently upgraded to 0.18-micron manufacturing process technology with the help of Europe's leading IDM STMicroelectronics NV. Mikron began production at that node in 2007.
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