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Old 2nd June, 2009, 05:08 PM
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Global Foundaries produces 28nM chips

Fudzilla have managed to capture a pic of a Global Foundaries 28nM wafer of SRAM chips.

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That's mighty small. Can Moore's Law still apply?
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