Intel Dalian fab put into operation, says report
Intel’s 12-inch fab in Dalian has been put into operaton for the manufacture of non-volatile random-access memory (NVRAM) chips, according to a ChinaNews website report.
Intel has invested a total of US$5.5 billion to convert the Dalian fab for memory chip production, the report indicated.
Intel in 2007 broke ground for construction of the Dalian fab, the vendor’s first 12-inch fab in Asia, which went operational in 2010 producing 65nm products. The fab was designed to originally focus on the supply of chipsets for PCs and notebooks.