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When the foundry strategy doesn't work: Fablite: a halfway house to fabless.

Posted on: 01-Oct-2008

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The reason is simple: The reason behind the move to a fablite model is that the chip maker cannot afford a new fab. Yet, the strategy requires that the company keep advanced products internal and use foundries for trailing edge products. But how do you . . .

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