POWER to the people: A history of chipmaking at IBM

Posted by VISITOR on Apr 5, 2004 4:50 AM EDT
IBM developerWorks; By Nora Mikes
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In the last decade alone, IBM scientists have announced one semiconductor breakthrough after another: copper technology, silicon-on-insulator, silicon germanium, strained silicon, and low-k dielectrics. All of these technologies came out of IBM's fertile in-house research community. This prowess in modern chipmaking know-how didn't come out of a vacuum -- rather, it came out of the hermetically-sealed clean rooms of the most advanced R & D department in the semiconductor industry.

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