The Apple Execution Dazzle Thread

Discussion in 'Graphics and Semiconductor Industry' started by rpg.314, Oct 19, 2010.

  1. Alexko

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    I find that highly implausible.
     
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    Yeah I've seen that too, but after all the legal problems between Apple and Samsung, after making a deal with TSMC, and now perhaps some kind of investment into GloFo, Apple would just go back to Samsung?
     
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    Its seems TSMC was not ready to accept anything from Apple too, and Samsung is able to provide them enough stock with their Texas Fab..

    And for GloFo, well Samsung and Glofo are in the same boat, they have a co venture for design actual and future fabcrication process + ofc Fab Sync and the Joint developpement alliance..( well at least on the last news, dont know if something have change in their relation ).

    I really dont know if Glofo, is able to supply so much waffers, when indeed Samsung have absolutely no problem for do it.
     
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    There i aggree completely with Chai.. i dont see Apple take so much risk..
     
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