The production facility is scheduled to be in operation in 2013 and will be capable of producing up to 500 wafers per week.
What does WPW stand for?
WPW stands for Wafers Per Week
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Expanded capacity of up to 1000 wafers per week is anticipated under a second phase of investment.
Over the last 18 years the company, based at Forge Mills Park, Station Road, Coleshill, has grown significantly and now produces in excess of 5,000 4" and 5" semiconductor wafers per week, all of which are exported to the US and Asia.
This facility is capable of processing ten thousand eight-inch wafers per week with geometries as small as 0.
As originally constructed, the facility was capable of producing DRAM chips with a maximum volume of approximately 10,000 wafers per week.
Based on its most recent technology mix, Qimonda's Sandston facility had been used for DRAM production with volumes of approximately 9,500 300mm wafers per week and approximately 12,000 200mm wafers per week.
Lubbock, Texas) and X-FAB UK (Plymouth, UK) -- three manufacturing sites with a combined capacity of 8,000 8-inch equivalent wafers per week.
At the same time, SP1 in Japan has ramped up on 300mm wafers, reaching starts of 2000 wafers per week on 65nm MirrorBit technology Flash memory products.