NEC to invest $114M more in Scotland fab for 0.25 tech

July 1997
Electronic News;07/14/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2176, p6
Trade Publication
Reports that NEC Corp. is planning to invest an additional 200 million pounds in its second semiconductor wafer factory in Livingston, Scotland to ramp its 0.25-micron process technology by March 1998. Outlining of three five-layer metal ASIC families; Advantage of the 0.25 micron technology.


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