Intel's Manufacturing Strength Still Preeminent, Reports In-Stat.SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Intel continues to lead the semiconductor market in manufacturing process development and in fab capacity, reports In-Stat (http://www.in-stat.com). Intel currently has three 90nm fabs, and will have four 65nm fabs, including one retro [Latin, Back; backward; behind.] A prefix used to designate a prior condition or time. fit and one 90nm conversion, ramping in 2006, the high-tech market research firm says. But future process technologies will pose challenges as Intel and the rest of the industry struggle with rising leakage LEAKAGE. The waste which has taken place in liquids, by their escaping out of the casks or vessels in which they were kept. By the act of March 2, 1799, s. 59, 1 Story's L. U. S, 625, it is provided that there be an allowance of two per cent for leakage, on the quantity which shall appear current and limitations with current process technology. E[acute accent acute accent
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c. ]"As other semiconductor manufacturers turn towards partnerships for developing new process technologies and manufacturing capacity, Intel is one of the few vendors that can continue to push ahead alone and uses its technology and capacity as a competitive strength," said Jim McGregor, In-Stat analyst. "For example, in 2004, with a strong transition to the 90nm process node and 300mm wafers wafers
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E[acute accent]--Despite the rising cost of fabs, mask sets A mask set is a series of electronic data that define geometry for the photolithography steps of semiconductor fabrication. Each of the physical masks generated from this data are called a photomask. , and in some cases, the die size, Intel's average manufacturing cost per die will remain relatively constant at approximately $40 during 2003-2005.
E[acute accent]--Intel's continuous goal to shrink shrink Vox populi noun A psychiatrist die sizes has resulted in the ability to double on-chip cache sizes with every process generation. In the future, however, Intel will be balancing the use of this transistor budget for more memory and additional cores as a way to increase performance.
E[acute accent]--With the transition to 65nm, Intel is planning to begin moving its entire product portfolio, including logic and memory, to a single process.
E[acute accent]The report, "Intel Manufacturing and Die Cost" (#IN0501748IN), provides in-depth analysis of Intel's manufacturing capacity for mainstream microprocessors for PCs and servers, and an overall estimate of total capacity for all products. It also analyzes Intel's die cost for microprocessors. Since Intel and most semiconductor companies closely guard manufacturing data, all the information contained within this report is based on detailed In-Stat models that estimate Intel's microprocessor shipments, fab capacity, and die cost. E[acute accent]For more information on this report, please visit: http://www.instat.com/catalog/Scatalogue.asp?id=86 or contact Tina Sheltra at 480-609-4531 or email@example.com. The report price is $2,995.
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