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GLOBALFOUNDRIES Goes Straight to 28nm

GLOBALFOUNDRIES Goes Straight to 28nm

AMD’s ex foundry GLOBALFOUNDRIES has made the announcement that it is cancelling 32nm node technology using HKMG.

The move was based on a lack of demand as GLOBALFOUNDRIES has opened its doors to customers other than AMD.

““All of our efforts around next-gen graphics and wireless are focused on 28nm with HKMG and we no longer have a 32nm bulk process. We removed this off our roadmap due to lack of customer demand as most are making the jump from 40/45nm right to 28nm,” said Jon Carvill, the head of public relations at Globalfoundries.”

TSMC also has announced that it will be moving straight to 28nm node technology, citing the advanced state of the development of its 28nm node.

GLOBALFOUNDRIES will be offering 28nm-HP and 28nm-LP, with the HP process optimised for cutting edge GPU and CPU designs.

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