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Intel & Micron Skip 40nm NAND Process - Jump to 34nm

 Jim Handy
  17th-Dec-2008
Description: Intel & Micron, in their IMFT NAND Joint Venture, have decided to skip implementation of the 4xnm process node and move directly from 52nm to 34nm. This puts a big squeeze on their competition.
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Domain: Electronics
Category: Semiconductors
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