Analyze Intel's Manufacturing Strategy for Capacity and Technology.DUBLIN Dublin, city, Republic of Ireland
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As the world's largest and most profitable semiconductor manufacturer, Intel can account for close to a third of all capital equipment purchases in a given year to supply the three to four mega fabs it constructs or retrofits to support each new process node. Intel also invested an average of $US5 billion per year over the past several years on R&D. Much of this went into the development of new microprocessor and process technologies. As a result, Intel is a driver in the direction of semiconductor manufacturing as much as it is in future microprocessors This is a list of microprocessors. Intel
This report analyzes Intel manufacturing strategy for capacity and technology, and learn how this strategy will affect Intel's manufacturing costs for current and future microprocessors.
Microprocessor Manufacturing Capacity
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Microprocessor Manufacturing Costs
The Cost Model
Microprocessor Cost Estimates
Average Manufacturing Cost
Caveats and Uncertainties
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