IBM To Produce Power PCs with 90nm Process

From a CNET story:

The tech giant plans to announce on Friday that it has started mass production of PowerPCs on the 90-nanometer process, which refers to the average feature size on the chips. (A nanometer is a billionth of a meter.) The PowerPC 970FX, which is used inside IBM’s blade servers and Apple Computer’s Xserve G5 server, is the first processor to be made with this manufacturing method.

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