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IM Flash close to staffing levels required at Lehi fab

05 January 2007 | By Mark Osborne | Recruitment News

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According to a report in The Salt Lake Tribune, IM Flash Technologies is close to reaching the staffing levels required for the initial production ramp at its 300mm facility in Lehi, Utah.

The report highlights that the Joint Venture NAND Flash operations of Intel Corp and Micron Technology have now recruited 1,181 people with a target of 1,850 to 2,000 for full production staffing requirements.

Production is scheduled to begin by the end of this first quarter according to the report.

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