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ProMOS gets 50nm DRAM stack process technology from Hynix

09 May 2008 | By Mark Osborne | News > Wafer Processing

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ProMOS Hynix Semiconductor is to provide ProMOS Technologies with its 50nm DRAM stack process technology in exchange for capacity at its 300mm fabs. The company will also make an investment in ProMOS shares of between 8-10 percent, worth approximately $180 million.

To achieve timely technology transfer, Hynix plans to commence the government filing process immediately.

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