Intel unveils Texas fab plan; Costa Rica in '98

Hardie, Crista
November 1996
Electronic News;11/18/96, Vol. 42 Issue 2143, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on Intel's plan to build its Fab 16 manufacturing facility in Fort Worth, Texas. Aim of producing Pentium Pro microprocessors; Company's plans for an assembly and test plant in San Jose, Costa Rica; Ground-breaking ceremony of a flash memory assembly and test facility in Shanghai, China.


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