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AMD says problems with 32nm SOI are now a thing of the past

Posted on Friday, November 12 2010 @ 18:41:37 CET by

AMD revealed it's no longer having issues with 32nm SOI process technology:
Advanced Micro Devices has had major issues with the 32nm silicon-on-insulator process technology. As a result of those problems, the yields of the company's code-named Llano accelerated processing units (APUs) were so low that the company had to delay them by many months. Besides, those problems affected release schedule of next-gen Bulldozer micro-processors. But the issues seem to be largely behind AMD.

"We had been having slow kind of ramp of the yield curve [with 32nm SOI]. [...] I can tell you today that we are now [on the ramp take off part] of the yield curve. Our 32nm is healthy and it is ramping up to support our product launches next year," said Chekib Akrout, senior vice president of technology group at AMD, during the company's conference with financial analysts.
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