Chipmaker's chief Pat Gelsinger urges need for a more "geographically balanced" supply of processors, noting that 80% of the world's supply originates from Asia and this is "not a palatable" supply chain.
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South Korean chipmaker will build two advanced memory chip manufacturing facilities, which will begin producing NAND flash units in 2023.
Korean chipmaker is no longer held liable in any trade secret litigation after it agrees to license "certain intellectual property rights" from SanDisk, in a deal that runs until March 31, 2023.
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