Spansion, TSMC move MirrorBit work to 90nm

July 21, 2006 – Spansion Inc. has expanded its partnership with Taiwanese foundry TSMC to phase Spansion’s MirrorBit flash memory technology from 110nm process technologies to 90nm, with a production ramp planned for 2H07. The new capacity augments Spansion’s own 90nm internal capability at its Fab25 facility in Austin, TX, which will be transitioned to 65nm next year. The company also will be ready to produce 65nm MirrorBit technology production next year (with ramp to be determined based on market conditions) at its new SP1 facility in Aizu-Wakamatsu, Japan, which will be expanded to 45nm capacity in mid-2008. Spansion’s JV3 facility in Aizu-Wakamatsu already produces 110nm MirrorBit devices.


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