AMD shifts Spansion memory production to 110nm

Posted on Tuesday, April 20 2004 @ 19:56 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
AMD said today that their flash memory production plant in Austin has shifted more than half of its production to the 110nm process.

According to Randy Blair, vicepresident of Spansion at Fab 25 the move to 110nm floating gate process is yielding good chips well in excess of its own forecast.
Spansion claims that 110 nano floating gate tech is the industry's "first push" away from 130 nanometres in commercial NOR flash production.

The mirrored fab in Aizu-Wakamatsu, Japan, will start producing flash at these line sizes in the second half of this year, AMD said.
Source: The Inquirer

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