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Nvidia to launch 40nm GPU at the end of September, says paper

Newswatch - Jul 7, 16:47

Nvidia expects to launch its new 40nm GeForce GT220 (GT216) and GeForce G210 (GT218) GPUs at the end of September 2009, according to a Chinese-language Commercial Times report...

Xilinx Virtex-5 supply issue caused by 65nm yield problems at UMC, say sources

Jul 6, 11:29

United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC) is seeing yield problems with its 65nm process, which are disrupting supply to major FPGA customer Xilinx, according to industry sources...

Acer ultra-thin notebook suffering from low panel yields, says paper

Newswatch - Apr 28, 14:50

Wistron is having trouble meeting orders for Acer's new Timeline notebooks this month due to low yield rates of ultra-thin panels, according to a Chinese-language Apply Daily...

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