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The Foundry Company won't do half nodes

Posted on Friday, October 17 2008 @ 00:11:30 CEST by

FUD Zilla heard The Foundry Company has no plans for half node processes:
Fudzilla got confirmation from Foundry executives that currently there are no plans for half nodes, so there won’t be 40nm-based graphics products coming from that facility. There will be a 32nm bulk process, so called the full node, so this might indicate that after 40nm we will see some 32nm graphics chips, probably R9x0 based.

Foundry spokesperson Jon Carvill also said that despite the fact that there are no current plans for half nodes, this doesn’t necessarily mean that they won’t pursue this idea in the future. In all fairness they first have to get their act together with the first 32nm bulk graphics chips and probably, if successful and necessary, they will go for half nodes.



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