Intel opens new chip plant

Intel announced the opening of a new chipmaking plant using copper wires and the advanced 130-nanometer (.13-micron) manufacturing process, which allows smaller features to be printed on chips.

Intel announced the opening of a new chipmaking plant using copper wires and the advanced 130-nanometer (.13-micron) manufacturing process, which allows smaller features to be printed on chips. The company invested $2 billion to construct and equip the new facility, Fab 22, in Chandler, Ariz. --David Becker, Special to ZDNet News

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