Thursday, March 22nd 2007

Micron Opens New Manufacturing Facility in China

Micron Technology, Inc., one of the world's leading providers of advanced semiconductor solutions, today officially opened a new manufacturing facility in Xi’an, China. The facility, Micron’s first manufacturing facility in China, is designed for assembly and test operations for Micron’s semiconductor products, including dynamic random access memory, NAND flash memory and CMOS image sensors. The facility is expected to be built-out by the end of 2008 at an investment of $250 million and support up to 2,000 employees. The plant is Micron’s second assembly and test facility in Asia, with its first being opened in Singapore in 1998. Additionally, Micron’s Xi’an facility will be one of the largest investments of the 860 foreign-invested companies operating in the Xi’an High Tech Zone in Shaanxi Province in Midwest China. Media kit information on Micron’s Xi’an grand opening can be found here.Source: Micron
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Bird of Prey
Alright. More quality memory and should be alot cheaper. Now, if they could build a few near me, and I can work for them ::Whistle::
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