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Commentary: Is it likely for Qualcomm to produce 28nm chips at SMIC? - comments from readers
Cage Chao, Taipei; Steve Shen, DIGITIMES [Thursday 13 March 2014]
  • Posted on Mar 14, 06:20

    No matter what reasons are behind Qualcomm's move, it will help SMIC jump start or shorten its learning curve on the 28nm node, or even below.
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