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Forget fab-lite, this is fab-tight

January 18, 2011 // Philip Ling

Forget fab-lite, this is fab-tight

Over-cautiousness during the recent hard times may have left the semiconductor industry struggling to keep up with expected demand, according to industry analyst Malcolm Penn, CEO of Future Horizons, who has coined the phrase 'fab-tight' to highlight the need for more capacity across the board.


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