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AMD on 90nm process technology and plans to build a 65nm factory
AMD has finally unveiled the veil of secrecy over the future of its process technology. We talked about the company’s plans to release new processors yesterday, and today – some details of a more general, technological plan.
At a meeting with analysts, Bill Siegle, a lead developer at AMD, spoke for the first time about the implementation of 90nm semiconductor production lines, as well as unveiled the first prototypes of 90nm chips. According to him, the company will be ready for the production of 90 nm chips “in a couple of quarters”.
As for the samples of 90 nm chips shown at the conference, all of them were produced on the experimental line of the Fab30 factory in Dresden. Speech ? about 90nm AMD64 family processors. Unfortunately, there are no details about the new processors, it is only known that the die area of the new 64-bit chips will be 114 sq. mm.
As for the construction site of the next factory for the production of 65nm chips on 300mm wafers, an AMD spokesman declined to give a direct answer, but noted that “AMD will announce the construction site of a 65nm factory in the next few weeks. 65 nm capacity for the production of 300 mm wafers should be ready for operation in the next two years “. It is already known for sure that AMD will not build the factory alone, the capital investment will be made in conjunction with another, as yet unnamed semiconductor manufacturer. Despite the fact that the construction site of the factory is still kept secret, AMD representatives speak of its choice as a fait accompli. “…the site has been selected and the construction start-up plan has been drawn up “- said Bill Siegle.
Among the possible places for the construction of a new factory, analysts are still considering Singapore, although, as you remember, the joint venture plans with UMC were buried in the first half of 2021. Another possible place is called East Fishkill in the vicinity of New York, where IBM has its own factory, plus, IBM and AMD specialists have been working on joint projects to develop new types of flash memory since spring of this year.
In addition, China is also called the place of possible construction of a factory, however, in those parts, restrictions on the import of modern high-tech equipment have not yet been fully lifted. Two more possible construction sites ? Dresden, Germany, and Austin, Texas, where AMD already has its own working factories.
P.S. Unfortunately, there is very little information on the events of this conference on the Web so far. Let’s hope that over the weekend the analysts attending the event will “digest” what they heard and provide more detailed data. So far, as compensation for such a scanty amount of data, here are a few slides from the AMD presentation presented by The Inquirer: