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Can Communicant Succeed Where Other Foundries in Europe Have Failed?

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BY MARK OSBORNE

ABSTRACT

Although no guaranteed blueprint for success exists for a new pure play foundry! SF investigates Communicants blueprint for success and finds more reasons for Fabless and Fab-Lite companies around the world to be cheerful, while those in Europe should be ecstatic.

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