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Intel investit 2,7 milliards de dollars dans une usine en Israel


Mercredi 19 Janvier 2011

Nouvel investissement d'Intel en Israël où sa présence est déjà forte. Rappelons que les processeurs Pentium et Centrino ont été conçus à Haifa.




Intel to invest $2.7 billion in Israel chip plant


The money will go to upgrading its current chip plant in southern Israel so that it can produce 22 nanometer technology, making it Intel's second plant worldwide produce these chips.

Source Haaretz / The Marker



U.S. chipmaker Intel (INTC.O) will invest $2.7 billion over the next two years upgrading its chip plant in southern Israel to produce 22 nanometer technology.
The amount includes a 740 million shekel ($210 million) grant recently approved by the Israeli government.



"We are already in preparation for hiring," Maxine Fassberg, general manager of Intel Israel, told a news conference. "We are scheduled to start production in December."
Fassberg said the Israeli plant in Kiryat Gat will be Intel's second worldwide to produce the smaller 22 nanometer chips.
Intel Israel, which employs 7,057 people, will hire 1,000 people over the coming year.
"There are no plans to build a new plant (in Israel)," Fassberg said.







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