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Powerchip and Elpida agree on 0.13-micron process technology
Powerchip announced the signing of an agreement with Japan’s Elpida Memory to expand cooperation in the development of new technologies and production of DRAM.
Under the agreement, Powerchip will supply Elpida with 0.13-micron technology instead of Mitsubishi Electric. The latter, being a joint venture between Hitachi and NEC, will also be able to purchase Powerchip DRAM chips made using Mitsubishi’s designs. In addition, following Mitsubishi’s announcement of its withdrawal from the DRAM market, Elpida has been announced as Mitsubishi’s main successor in the market, and now the company is delivering on its promise to occupy the Mitsubishi niche by March this year.
Elpida is said to have at its disposal approximately 50% of the capacity of its 300mm Powerchip plant, which provides 12,000 wafers per month, though using 0.15-micron standards. In the near future, Powerchip and Elpida plan to sign several more agreements regarding 0.10-micron and 0.09-micron technologies.
Powerchip hopes to start mass production of Elpida 0.10-micron memory chips by mid-2021, and start producing 0.09-micron prototypes in 2021.