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TSMC to process more 12-inch wafers on 45/40nm in 4Q09 - PCstats.com TSMC to process more 12-inch wafers on 45/40nm in 4Q09
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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is expected to process more 12-inch wafers on 45/40nm processes in the fourth quarter of 2009, with monthly output to ramp up by around 33% sequentially, according to market sources. However, overall wafer shipments in the fourth quarter will likely slide 3% on quarter due to seasonality.
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