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AMD Prepares to Leap Forward in Leadership Race with 5.8 Billion Investments. dollars

In the past few years, AMD’s efforts and aspirations
to strengthen its position in the market brought her
only positive results, and the name of the company is no longer associated
with the manufacturer of cheap clones of Intel processors, as once. For this
time the company has invested large sums in the development of the microprocessor business. AND
the money invested, as we can see, brings
their results.

Earlier this year, AMD invested
into production a tidy sum of 500 million. Doll. This money was
sent for retrofitting of the factory
Fab 36
in Germany. In particular, production facilities
converted to produce larger substrates with thinner
lithographic process (transition to 65nm process technology). Apparently a shortage
production capacity, tested earlier, forced the company’s management
“close” this issue, if not once and for all, then for the next couple of years for sure.

But
despite the high initial costs (the factory is completely
was recently
open), and competition in the market and innovative developments do not allow to stand still,
according to source information with reference to information from Germany, AMD
plans to make even larger investments – in the amount of 5.8 billion. Doll.
(!) Truth,
such a large amount will not be allocated immediately, but evenly spent in the period from now and
until 2021. If this information is confirmed, then this will be the largest
expansion of production capacity in history
AMD and any other semiconductor company
business.

However, in Dresden, in addition to Fab 36, there is
also Fab 30, which must also not be forgotten, part of the money for
re-equipment will be spent on it. Works at the above enterprises
on refurbishment and renovation is planned to start this summer.

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