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IBM Develops CS Scaling Process

In response to increasing demands for smaller, more powerful and energy-efficient devices for cloud computing and high-performance servers, IBM announced the semiconductor industry's first computationally based process for production of next generation 22nm semiconductors. Known as Computational Scaling (CS) or computational lithography, a process that enables the production of complex, powerful and energy-efficient semiconductors at 22nms and beyond, the new initiative will feature support from several of IBM's key partners and directly links to IBM's Cloud Computing strategy for more energy efficient Web services.

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