AMD starts shipments of processors made by Chartered

Posted on Thursday, Jul 13 2006 @ 19:31 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
AMD announced it began revenue shipments of processors made at Chartered Semiconductors Manufacturing.
The company indicated that product yields at Chartered are mature and the chips are compliant with AMD’s quality requirements.

“Through successful integration of select advanced process control modules we’ve enabled an on-time start-up with the same standards of quality, efficiency and responsiveness that AMD customers have come to expect from our manufacturing operations,” said Daryl Ostrander, senior vice president, logic technology at AMD.

It is unclear, which processors are produced by Chartered Semiconductor.
Read more over at X-bit Labs.


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