"[COLOR=#1951B9]Speaking at the 2004 Symposium on VLSI Technology here on Tuesday (June 15), Fred Fishburn, a process integration manager based in Boise, Idaho, said the 6F cell size is 25 percent smaller than the 8F designs used by most DRAM makers. "F" refers to the smallest printable feature size of the lithography used in the process. In this case, Micron is using a 78-nm half pitch to create a cell size of 0.36 microns2.[/COLOR]"
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