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the semiconductor industry” note, while the semiconductor industry contributes dispropor- tionately to growth in US labor productivity and delivers tremendous value to consumers, most chip makers capture only a small percentage of the value they help create. In fact, excluding. Intel, which made handsome profits indeed,.

siteselection.com/ssinsider/bbdeal/bd000529.htm

The 300-mm. wafer offers 225 percent of the silicon surface area, double the amount for the 200-mm. (eight-inch) wafers currently used in many semiconductor plants. In addition, with 300-mm. chips, manufacturers get about 240 percent of the printed die (individual computer chips) per wafer. Intel's costs advantages with ...

electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/48738/is-it-possible-to-make-illegal-clones-of-an-intel-core-i7

Intel's chips are probably a bit too complex for something like that, and I think they 're mostly produced in America anyway. So long story short: I don't think there's another entity with the ability to produce 22nm parts as complex as Intel's CPUs right now, so I imagine these are either defective core i7s, ...

kk.org/thetechnium/was-moores-law

Jul 17, 2009 ... Even Hogan's forecast of $10 for a processed wafer was close to the mark, if you allow for inflation and make a cost-per-square-centimeter calculation. ..... Gordon Moore jokes that if the technology of air travel experienced the same kind of progress as Intel chips, a modern day commercial aircraft would ...

fortune.com/2002/11/11/intels-10-billion-gamble

Nov 11, 2002 ... Step into the sprawling subbasement of the $2.5 billion facility, and it feels like taking a fantastic voyage into the heart of a computer chip: Thousands of ... But there's a second motivation in Intel's bet on Moore's Law–a kind of nerdy idealism that includes a pure, simple faith in technological progress and a ...

www.theguardian.com/technology/2016/may/22/age-of-quantum-computing-d-wave

May 22, 2016 ... Throw it into the context of computing and let's just say you could easily make Zac Goldsmith look like an expert on Bollywood. ... The cooling apparatus enables the niobium computer chip at its core to function at a temperature of just under – 273C, or as close to absolute zero as the known universe gets.

itandtechnology.wordpress.com/tag/processors

When TSMC, Intel, or Samsung builds a wafer of chips, they don't automatically “ know” what kind of chips they have. ..... The reason that Intel and other manufacturers are so interested in building them anyway is because quantum computers can be used to solve certain problems that are so fiendishly difficult, it would ...

www.f.waseda.jp/sidoli/Supply_Chain_NYT.pdf

Mar 19, 2011 ... A disruption in silicon wafer production can then stall makers of memory chips and, ultimately, consumer ... Day in and day out, the global flow of goods routinely adapts to all kinds of glitches and setbacks. A supply ... computers of the time — were made at a single Intel factory near Jerusalem. Japan's ...

www.itechpost.com/articles/83015/20170211/intel-researches-neuromorphic-chips-quantum-computing.htm

Feb 11, 2017 ... Intel's group reported earlier this month that they can now apply the ultra-pure silicon required for a quantum computer as a layer onto the standard wafers currently used in chip manufacturing facilities. With this strategy, Intel is an outlier among industry and academic groups working on qubits. No company ...