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Wednesday, 15 August 2007 21:32

New York AMD FAB still in the air

Written by Fudzilla staff


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Need to decide till middle 2009


The Inquirer has found out that AMD is still thinking about the generous offer of New York state to build an AMD FAB in American soil.

AMD would get $1.2 billion from the State while the company would have to find additional $1.8 billion as the whole FAB costs about $3 billion.

AMD doesn’t have to say the final answer until middle 2009 and we are certain that this would be the worst possible moment to decide about this as AMD is bleeding cash on a daily base.

If AMD decides to make the FAB in New York the birth place of Opteron, the FAB should be ready to start producing the chips in 2011 to 2012.

 

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