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Old 9th July 2007, 23:34   #1
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In a research note, FBR said that TSMC may boost its capital spending after (winning high-end CPU biz from AMD.) Under the plan, TSMC would make 45-nm processors on a foundry basis for AMD, with (volume ramp in 2Q '08,) according to the firm.
AMD is looking to boost its chip outsourcing programs after cutting its capital spending. It could end up working with both TSMC and IBM's technology alliance on the processor front. TSMC also makes graphic processors for troubled ATI Technologies, part of AMD.

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