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AMD to move GPU and chipset production to The Foundry Co

Posted on Wednesday, December 31 2008 @ 20:34:52 CET by


Techpowerup reports AMD has confirmed it will eventually move manufacturing of its ATI Radeon GPUs and chipsets to The Foundry Company:
Currently GPUs and chipsets are being manufactured by foundry companies such as TSMC and UMC in Taiwan. This move would send a significant chunk of manufacturing to TFC. Sources tell ATI Forum.de that at FAB38 Dresden, a major manufacturing facility, installations of the 40nm bulk manufacturing node is in full-swing (not to be confused with 45nm SOI, on which K10.5 processors are built). Also there are indications of the facility accepting orders for manufacturing chips on the new node from other fab-less companies, an attempt to bring in profitability right from the start.



 



 

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