STM in Italy 8-in. fab plan

Cohen, Sarah
February 1997
Electronic News;2/24/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2156, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on SGS-Thomson Microelectronics' (STM) plan to build a new eight-inch fab at an undisclosed location in Italy as part of the company's strategy of opening a new eight-inch fab per year. Comments from STM president of the America region Richard Pieranunzi; Company's plans for motherboards; Challenges faced by STM in its bid to become a higher-ranking semiconductor maker.


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