TSMC, Spansion Expand Agreement

July 2006
Electronic News;7/24/2006, Vol. 52 Issue 30, p44
Trade Publication
The article reports on the expanded foundry manufacturing agreement signed by Spansion Inc. with TSMC to include the Spansion 90 nanometer MirrorBit technology on 300 millimetre wafers. TSMC will introduce Spansion's 90 nanometer process technologies into its production lines for use in Spansion's products. Spansion COO Jim Doran, believes that the company's agreement with TSMC will provide additional flexibility in the business and adjustments to the company's manufacturing capacity.


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