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Lost in the Backrooms by Jamathan What is this about? You have somehow managed to clip into the Backrooms, an endless labyrinth of empty and similar looking rooms designed to lure you deeper into this mysterious space. Can you escape this labyrinth of horror?You have somehow managed to clip into the Backrooms, an endless labyrinth of empty and similar looking rooms designed. What is “loss” “Loss” is a grueling level of the backrooms, consisting of only a few entities other than yourself. The section is called lost due to making you feel much more lost than normal. The place itself is oddity in the backrooms, as it takes place in multiple different places.

 

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IM Flash: hidden details

As we recently reported, Intel and Micron are forming a NAND flash joint venture IM Flash with Apple as a client. One of the details that initially remained in the shadows was the fact that Micron, as it turns out, sold its technology and development of chips for the amount of 270 million. dollars. At the same time, having reserved for yourself a perpetual license to use and modify designs. It is important to note, however, that the designs of the flash memory chips that IM Flash will manufacture and sell will be owned by Intel.

The deal to create IM Flash, 51% owned by Micron and only 49% by Intel, was completed on January 6. Each of the parent companies will invest about 1.2 billion. dollars in a joint venture in the form of funds proper, as well as other assets. Also, over the next three years, it is planned to invest an additional 1.4 billion. dollars in the development of the enterprise.

The IM Flash chips themselves will also be manufactured at Micron’s factories in Idaho, Virginia and Utah. Given the terms of the license, Micron will be able to continue to develop new products in the same way as before, but it is only up to Intel to decide whether and to whom they will be licensed. Well, is it good or bad – we will soon find out.

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