Wednesday, March 21, 2012

GF Yields Doubled for AMD

AMD and GlobalFoundries made a major announcement today. AMD's Roy Read commended GF for "doubling of yields on 32nm". AMD will also use GF's 28nm HKMG processes, which "are qualified and ready for design-in today."

GF's FAB1 (former Dresden FAB of AMD) can now output 80,000 wafers per month.

That kind of capacity ought to be enough quench the APU thirst of Apple, HP, Lenovo, HP, Acer and others.

2 Comments:

Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

Considering how bad the yeilds were doubling almost nothing is still almost nothing.

As usual, Shiradouche and his fake PhD are only posting little tiny bits of the truth, and leaving out the rest of the things called facts.

6:58 AM, March 23, 2012  
Blogger nECrO said...

Look on the bright side, He has all of his loyal readers like you, waiting on his every post.

Where would you be without this blog? Who would be around to be impressed by your witty replies like "Shiradouche"?

How many years have you been here hanging on his every post?

He's trolling you dude. And he's been doing it for years. I don't know which is more pathetic, your fanboy fervor or the fact that after all these years you still don't get it.

6:33 PM, May 14, 2012  

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