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NEC Electronics began shipment of 55 nm eDRAM samples in October 2007 and plans to ramp to volume production by the end of this fiscal year (ending March 31 , 2008). Volume production of 40 nm devices is scheduled to begin bythe end of the next fiscal year at NEC Electronics' 300-millimeter wafer lineat manufacturing subsidiary NEC Yamagata(http://www.necel.com/news/en/archive/0711/1601.html).
To learn more about NEC Electronics' advanced process technologies, visithttp://www.necel.com/process/en/index.html. To learn more about NECElectronics' leadership in eDRAM, visithttp://www.necel.com/process/en/edram.html.
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NEC Electronics Corporation (TSE: 6723) specializes in semiconductor products encompassing advanced technology solutions for the high-end computingand broadband networking markets, system solutions for the mobile handset, PCperipherals, automotive and digital consumer markets, and platform solutionsfor a wide range of customer applications. NEC Electronics Corporation has 25subsidiaries worldwide including NEC Electronics America, Inc.(http://www.am.necel.com) and NEC Electronics ( Europe ) GmbH(http://www.eu.necel.com). For additional information about NEC Electronicsworldwide, visit http://www.necel.com.
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