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  • noun The manufacture of chips (electronic devices)

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Examples

  • Improvements in chipmaking technologies focus on all of these factors in order to bring us higher levels of integration at lower costs.

    Data Storage & Retrieval: Does Moore's Law Really Account for Better, Cheaper Technology?

  • There are broad signs of recovery in the technology sector, with bellwethers such as chipmaking giant Intel Corp (

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  • Chipmakers Intel and Advanced Micro Devices, which together dominate the chipmaking business, have been trying to develop better technology to run on devices such as Apple

    Big Quarter For Big Blue: IBM Profits Top Estimates

  • Now Forbes reports that Apple is boosting its chipmaking know-how even more, by hiring leading designers from IBM and Nintendo.

    Apple takes steps towards designing its own chips

  • That cuts costs if the waveguide can be manufactured using a standard chipmaking material such as silicon, which it is with the hybrid technology used for this research.

    How Fast Can Optical Networks Go? How About 170 Gbps?

  • That maxim, which has held true for the last 40 years, says that chipmaking advances will give processors double the transistors, and thus double the speed, every 18 months.

    A Compact Code-Breaking Powerhouse

  • That maxim, which has held true for the last 40 years, says that chipmaking advances will give processors double the transistors, and thus double the speed, every 18 months.

    A Compact Code-Breaking Powerhouse

  • Between 2003 and 2008, Intel put $50 billion to work in U.S. plant and equipment and research and development, and in 2009-2010 Intel is investing another $7 billion in U.S. manufacturing to produce silicon wafers with today's most advanced chipmaking technology.

    Paul S. Otellini: Innovation Alchemy: Turning Ideas into Gold

  • Just over a handful of years ago Intel went back to basics to wrest from archrival AMD the lead in chipmaking technology its competitor was using to clobber Intel in high-margin server processors and threatened the same in high-volume, very profitable notebook PC chips.

    Intel And The Brat Pack Riding High

  • That maxim, which has held true for the last 40 years, says that chipmaking advances will give processors double the transistors, and thus double the speed, every 18 months.

    Code-Breaking Powerhouse

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