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Sony invests over $ 1 billion. in 65nm technology

Sony announced that it is going to invest about 120 billion. yen ($ 1.1 billion.) in the development of technologies, re-equipment of production lines for the production of semiconductor microcircuits according to 65-nm standards (microprocessor code-named Cell). Sony plans to master the mass production of 65-nm chips on 300-mm wafers, and is going to cooperate in the development of technologies with Toshiba (in the field of embedded DRAM) and IBM (in the field of SOI, silicon-on-insulator). Sony also claims to release the first 90nm EE + GS processor prototypes for the PlayStation X, although this message has been criticized.

So, out of nearly $ 1.1 billion. $ 500 million. will go to the equipment of the Sony Fab 2 plant in Nagasaki, $ 325 million. will be invested in the IBM East Fishkill plant, $ 292 million. will be spent on the 300 mm Toshiba plant under construction. Cell trial is expected to be released in the first half of next year.

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