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Building Partnerships to Compete in a Global Economy Alliance for Innovative Manufacturing Jim Doran, Executive Vice President April 6, 2004 Outline Current Events The new, broader partnership – Spansion What technology development and manufacturing looks like today

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building partnerships to compete in a global economy

Building Partnerships to Compete in a Global Economy

Alliance for Innovative Manufacturing

Jim Doran, Executive Vice President

April 6, 2004

slide2

Outline

Current Events

  • The new, broader partnership – Spansion
  • What technology development and manufacturing looks like today

Building global partnerships to compete in Flash memory

Some background

  • What does AMD make?
  • What is Flash memory and why is it so exciting?

Early partnerships

  • The original joint venture with Fujitsu
  • Early operations in Asia
what does amd make
What does AMD Make?
  • Micro Processors
    • Athlon
    • Opteron

Devices that process information

  • Flash Memory
    • Spansion

Devices that store information

  • Personal Connectivity Solutions

Devices that connect the information

cpg develops and delivers world class computing solutions
CPG – Develops and delivers world-class computing solutions…

SERVER & WORKSTATION

MOBILE

DESKTOP

Simplifying

Business

The most advanced PC processor for notebook computing

Simply the best PC Processor

provided by the industry s leading system manufacturers
…provided by the industry’s leading system manufacturers…

SERVER &

WORKSTATION

MOBILE

DESKTOP

winning awards and satisfying customers around the globe
…winning awards and satisfying customers around the globe.

SERVER &

WORKSTATION

SERVER &

WORKSTATION

MOBILE

MOBILE

DESKTOP

DESKTOP

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Flash Memory

Flash is a special technology

Flash gives products their innate intelligence

I.Q. is proportional to amount of Flash content

flash is ubiquitous
Flash is ubiquitous

Plug in the wall

Portable

Industrial

Application

Avionics and Instrument Controls

Portable Inventory System

Industrial Controller

Automotive Powertrain Control

Automotive Telematics & Infotainment

Internet Routers

Telco Switches

GPSNavigation

Enterprise Telecom

Broadband Modem

Cellular Telephone

Laptop PCs

Television Set Top Box

Handheld PCs & PDAs

GameMachines

PCs and Peripherals

Consumer

Application

early partnerships in flash memory wafer fabs
Early Partnerships in Flash Memory…Wafer Fabs

Fujitsu provided

  • Capital to build new wafer fabs
  • Manufacturing expertise

AMD provided

  • Proven technology to build Flash memory
  • Design expertise

Result

  • New “JV” fabs to produce Flash memory
  • Output split by AMD and Fujitsu
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JV1/JV2

JV2

JV1

8.24.2001

early partnerships in flash memory final manufacturing
Early Partnerships in Flash Memory…Final Manufacturing

Result

  • Assembly plants in Malaysia and Thailand

Asia provided

  • Low cost labor
  • Government support

AMD provided

  • Jobs
  • Products and technology
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$4B

FASL LLC

Combined Resources

R&D

Manufacturing

Management

Marketing

Assets >$2.5B

Employees >7K

Challenge

Increase competitiveness

by combining resources

Flash Revenue

$3B

$2B

FASL

Competition Intensifies

Cost Increasing

R&D

Capital

AMD

R&D

Process Technology

Design

Fujitsu

Manufacturing

Capital

Mfg. expertise

Competitors

Intel

Samsung

STM

Others…

Technologies

NOR

NAND

Emerging

Technologies…

$1B

1993

2003

1990

1995

2000

2005

2010

today s partnerships in flash memory
Today’s Partnerships in Flash Memory

Both AMD and Fujitsu now provide

  • Technology expertise
  • Manufacturing expertise
  • Design expertise
  • Financial support
  • Access to markets
    • Fujitsu strong in Japan and Asia
    • AMD strong in Europe, US and Asia

Asia now provides

  • Lower cost labor
  • Improved access to markets (China)
  • Engineering expertise
the operations organization
The Operations Organization

Memory Technology Development and Manufacturing

Technology Development

Sub Micron Development Center

building a leading technology
Building a Leading Technology
  • Process technology R&D starts in the SDC
    • Research in next generation process technology
      • Lithography
      • Material science
      • Interconnect
      • Analysis and diagnostic techniques
  • Focus on technologies for…
    • Flash memories
      • NOR
      • Mirror Bit
      • Future
cs79 90nm floating gate technology
CS79 90nm Floating Gate Technology
  • Stacked gate and contact 1

Contact 1

Metal2

Poly2

Poly2

Poly1

Poly1

Contact2

  • Dual damascene Cu BEOL before Cu polish
the operations organization20
The Operations Organization

Memory Technology Development and Manufacturing

Technology Development

Wafer Fab

FASL Japan

Fab 25 Austin

Sub Micron Development Center

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JV3

JV3

8.24.2001

the operations organization22
The Operations Organization

Memory Technology Development and Manufacturing

Assembly, Test, Mark and Pack

Technology Development

Wafer Fab

FASL Japan

Fab 25 Austin

Sub Micron Development Center

Penang

Bangkok

Suzhou

Kuala Lumpur

some conclusions
Some Conclusions

Good partnerships can help build global competitiveness

  • Improve access to capital
  • Provide complementary skills
    • Technology / manufacturing
    • Access to different markets

Partnerships work best when

  • Both partners provide something
  • Both partners benefit
  • Both partners
    • Have common goal
    • Build trust and relationships
    • Can evolve their partnership over time