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Revenue per wafer rising as demand grows for sub-7nm processes, says IC Insights
Jessie Shen, DIGITIMES, Taipei 0
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Many IC companies are now designing high-performance microprocessors, application processors, and other advanced logic devices based on 10nm and 7nm process technology, according to IC Insights.

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