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03/09/06 450mm wafers slated for Intel 2008 start - the inquirer
"Gargini said Intel is actively exploring the use of compound semiconductors with some materials giving vastly better performance than silicon. For example, he said that using indium antimony was likely to scale down to needing voltage of a piffling 200millivolts. Intel has already succeeded in making semiconductors that only use .3 volts."

01/25/06
Chip makers hammer out road to 450-mm wafers - EETimes
"Members of the International Sematech Manufacturing Initiative (ISMI) will take a first crack at defining 300mm-prime, a set of about 20 productivity enhancements aimed at helping today’s 300-mm fabs step gradually to next-generation wafer sizes"
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