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Submission + - Intel may make chips for third parties (

angry tapir writes: "Intel is exploring whether it can branch out as a foundry by opening its chip manufacturing facilities to more third-party customers. Intel has expanded its chip-to-order business by signing up additional customers to take advantage of its 22-nanometer process facilities."
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Intel may make chips for third parties

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