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  • dnenni@ymail.com dnenni Oct 19, 2013 7:05 PM Flag

    TSMC 20nm is on schedule

     

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    TSMC OIP 2013 Trip Report!
    by Daniel Nenni
    Published on 10-04-2013 02:00 PM

    "20nm is ramping, exceeding expectations. We will see production 20nm FPGAs and mobile devices in Q1 2014, absolutely. This comes not only from TSMC's Jack Sun and Cliff Hou, but also from the fabless crowd: Bob Maines of Oracle, Brad Howe of Altera, VJ Janapaty of LIS Logic, Esin Torfioglu of QCOM, and Sandeep Bharathi of Xilinx. "

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    • "20nm is ramping, exceeding expectations. We will see production 20nm FPGAs and mobile devices in Q1 2014, absolutely. This comes not only from TSMC's Jack Sun and Cliff Hou, but also from the fabless crowd: Bob Maines of Oracle, Brad Howe of Altera, VJ Janapaty of LIS Logic, Esin Torfioglu of QCOM, and Sandeep Bharathi of Xilinx.""

      [Hmmm. I guess that all those guys failed to mention that there is a 9-15 month lag between production and being able to ship product. Well, that's what AMD told us today. Does that sound right to you, Nenni? LOL Because if it's not right, that means that production really isn't starting in Q1 unless it's that "oh, yeah - lets make one and then we'll make two next quarter so we can say we are in production and ramping ahead of schedule".

      So, if AMD is telling everyone that they don't really expect any 20nm production in 2014, why is it, Nenni, that you are telling everyone it's going to happen any week now???]

 
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