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TSMC will soon enter production of LP 28nm chips

Posted on Friday, October 15 2010 @ 14:15:42 CEST by


Analysts claim Taiwanese foundry TSMC will soon initiate production of low-power 28nm chips, FPGAs for Altera to be more specific.
A report from China Economic News Service claims that TSMC plans to start production of Altera's field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) in Q4 2010 using a 28nm process technology, which will mostly likely be 28LP, which uses previous-generation materials, such as poly gate and silicon oxide nitrate. Interestingly, but even if optimist market watchers are to be believed, production of 28LP chips seems to be behind the schedule.

According to claims by a senior executive of TSMC back in February, the company intended to start producing chips using 28LP in Q3 2010, not sometimes in the fourth quarter.
Source: X-bit Labs


 



 

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