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  • stock_farmer stock_farmer Jun 6, 1999 6:44 PM Flag

    fred the loser lester --i repeat what

    10 years ago IBM had an awsume manufacturing
    capability in chips. I'm not sure they still do. They do
    tend to be among the leaders in announcing advanced
    R&D, but what are the costs behind this "new
    capability" (IE Cu interconnects), that they like to tout.
    IMHO, Intel is just as advanced but does not announce
    when the first chip functions, but rather when the
    process is both economical and the scaling requires it.

    Since IBM shut down all most of it's real
    manufacturing fabs (Fishkill etc.), does it really have the
    capability to support AMD in a cost effective way? I really
    don't know if they can do it even if the AMD process is
    robust (and I have serious doubt's about that).

    They used to be the leader, but they may end up being
    doomed if they jump on the AMD bandwagon.
    Only time
    will tell, hope you're wrong, I'm hangin' way out
    there on Intel.

 
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