Takeaway chips

May 1992
New Scientist;5/2/92, Vol. 134 Issue 1819, p9
Reveals that two of Europe's largest semiconductor manufacturers have agreed to share research and production facilities to develop chip technologies for portable devices. Companies involved; They will develop a CMOS logic device using circuit lines only .5 micrometers wide.


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