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Numonyx expects NOR flash from Elpida’s 300mm fab by mid-09

10 October 2008 | By Mark Osborne | News > Wafer Processing

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Elpida will first fabricate Numonyx’s existing 65nm NOR flash products and at a later unspecified date convert to a 45nm process, after Numonyx’s 200mm fab in Israel.

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Reader comments

And what Numonyx’s 200mm fab in Israel will do? Maybe PCM?
By apapa on 11 October 2008

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